I’ve heard about Hearing Health News Network (HHN), but I’m not sure how it actually works. Can you explain how the subscription works and how I can actually set it up in my waiting room?

HHN is a completely customizable patient experience engine that can be adjusted at any point to suit your marketing or branding initiatives. HHN is a billboard of educational and contextually relevant information, designed by CDM and coordinated by you, delivered via a wired or wireless internet connection to a tiny computer on or next to your TV.

This cloud based service revolutionizes the antiquated DVD approach and allows you to manipulate a playlist of your choice to suit any patient demographic that you serve. It’s also delivered in real time which means it’s organic and you can make adjustments instantaneously to cater to your patients’ needs. In other words it evolves as your practice evolves.

HHN is a monthly subscription service that can be catered to suit individual practice owners or scaled to accommodate controlled objective messaging across multiple locations.

All you need is an HD TV and an Internet connection. CDM will do the rest. If you’ve plugged in a DVD player before, getting setup is a breeze. If not, we can have a tech in any zip code in North America to get you going.

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