OZ | eSP™ for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention

In little more than a decade, there has been monumental progress in early detection and early intervention services. Each year in the U.S. alone, more than 12,000 babies are born with hearing loss. Undetected or late detection of hearing loss can affect a child's ability to develop communication, or social and language skills. OZ Systems has been on the front lines of a public health push toward better, more comprehensive data collection and data management to support improved follow-up care and clinical outcomes.

OZ e-ScreenerPlus™ (eSP™) for newborn hearing screening and Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs effectively integrates newborn detection, diagnosis, follow-up and intervention. Multi-faceted, multi-modular solutions provide customization, integration with legacy systems, and maximum flexibility for public health, providers, primary care, specialty care and the medical home.

What does OZ eSP™ for EHDI accomplish?

  • Flexible, modular options for point-of-care newborn hearing screening data management public health programs
  • Fully web-based and secure data management accessible anywhere, anytime with no hardware or software required; complete audit trail of user and system changes protects programs from negligence and improves risk management and quality assurance functions
  • Easy workflows for different stages of screening — point-of-care hospital screening module provides simple electronic access and reporting with search and filter functions to create reports and automate routine tasks such as multilingual communications between parents, medical providers and sub-specialists
  • Early intervention module provides greater reach and follow-up efficiency with secure, real-time outpatient referrals and accessibility for updates by outpatient providers and audiologists
  • Provider access module is customized for the medical home, allowing pediatricians and family practitioners to provide timely care, view current status and improve follow-up care for young patients
  • Hearing screening results can be imported from more than 20 different screening devices with role-based access rights to assure privacy and security of sensitive patient information
  • Features standardized reporting mechanisms from state public health to federal agencies — HL7 electronic messaging-tested and IHE proven
  • Supports National Quality Forum (NQF) measures and new Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements for reporting from hospitals to state EHDI programs