A new software update has been released for most IHS programs. This version introduces calculations of Fsp and Fmp, as well as some modifications to page labeling. For privacy regulation compliance, the programs now include automatic cleanup of electronic documents. To update to release version 5.51, do the following: Download the update zip file from: http://www.ihsys.com/SoftwareUpdates/IHS_USB_Software_Update.zip.(if your browser does not download the file when clicking the link, please copy/paste the… Read More »Software Update 5.51
Intelligent Hearing Systems invites you to participate with us, as the University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and Disorders is hosting their biennial Teaching Conference – The Art and Science of Using Simulation in Audiology Education – on Thursday June 10 and Friday June 11, 2021. Come and chat with us, and learn more about the IHS Simulator, Baby ISAO, and SmartVS simulation tools. Follow the link for more… Read More »Join us at the Pitt CSD Biennial Teaching Conference
We, at Intelligent Hearing Systems, are looking forward to meeting you at this year’s virtual conference hosted by the American Academy of Audiology. You are welcome to learn more about our products by watching our presentation videos, downloading product brochures, and chatting with one of our friendly representatives.
This update has now been superseded by update 5.51: https://ihsys.info/site/en/software-update-5-51/ A new software update has been released for most IHS programs. This version introduces some new security features including encryption of all files containing patient demographics data, among other features. Update features are listed below. To update to release version 5.50, do the following: Download the update zip file from: http://www.ihsys.com/SoftwareUpdates/IHS_USB_Software_Update.zip. Save the file to the downloads folder or any… Read More »Software Update 5.50
Intelligent Hearing Systems is partnering with researchers at the University of Miami and the Harvard Medical School for a groundbreaking study. New methods are being developed to detect early indicators of autism, some indicators may be detected as early as birth. This worldwide research study is paving the way to better identification of children at risk of developing autism, and may lead to the availability of methods for early intervention.… Read More »Hearing test may detect autism in newborns