path Track

reliably tracks children with suspected hearing disorders for your quality controlled screening

Children who did not pass hearing screening tests need reliable follow-up. Without tracking, newborn hearing screening will not reach the goal!

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Tracking software should be implemented within hearing screening programs in order to assure early intervention. Overall quality measures of a screening program strongly depend on the effectiveness of tracking.

 

In 2008, PATH medical purchased all IP for the tracking solution introduced by Nenaserv, Ltd. Since then, PATH is enabled to offer proven solutions in hearing screening tracking. A small, but important part of this solution is the unique Screening ID for newborn screening which is now used nearly all over Germany. Regional adaptions and modifications for the international use of UNHS programs are supported by PATH medical.

Since 2009, PATH medical focuses on tracking for hearing screening while Nenaserv Ltd. was given the exclusive license for use tracking in metabolic screening in Germany.   

 

Some references and facts on Tracking and pathTrack’s performance is given here:

Facts on Tracking (pdf)

 

How to increase the quality of a Universal Newborn Screening Program (UNHS), what are the quality indicators and what are the economical aspects of UNHS (if done in the wrong way) can be read here:

Facts on Specificity (pdf)

 

more product informations

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Facts on Tracking (pdf)

Facts on Specificity (pdf)