For health data management

Fast, intuitive, and easy-to-use audiometric software solutions for use within occupational health, primary care, audiology, ENT and hearing aid fitting.

Audiological software

Our audiological software solutions include Amplisuite, an intuitive and simple software application designed to process test results that have been completed with Amplivox screening and diagnostic audiometry and tympanometry equipment. In addition, we offer the full OtoAccess® data management package which consists of three integration solutions: OtoAccess® Database, OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 and OtoAccess® API.

  • amplisuite

    Amplisuite is an intuitive and simple software application designed to enable users to read and review patient results with ease, compare thresholds, explain audiograms through built-in counselling tools and process test results quickly.

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    OtoAccess® is a database management system supplied with our Amplisuite audiometry and tympanometry modules. Ideal for healthcare professionals performing screening and diagnostic hearing assessments as well as hearing aid fitting.

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Download USB Drivers

USB Drivers are available for our Audibase and Amplisuite software applications


Occupational health software

Our occupational health software solutions include Audibase, an audiometric database designed to provide and manage detailed information on hearing conservation programme performance, as well as the first Cority API, providing a secure and seamless audiometric function for hearing screening programmes.

  • audibase

    Audibase is used to manage patient data by occupational health personal around the world. The module integrates audiometry and vision test options as well as a customisable questionnaire module.

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  • cority-api

    Our Cority Integration Module is suitable for all occupational health professionals who use Amplivox audiological solutions as part of their hearing conservation programme, including the PC850 and Otosure screening audiometers.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Health Data Management (HDM), also known as Health Information Management (HIM) is the process of organising healthcare data in digital form. This can include an Electronic Medical Record (EMR), an Electronic Health Record (EHR), to handwritten medical notes scanned to a digital repository.

    Health data management is required to organise medical data for analysis to make patient care more efficient, and derive insights that can improve medical outcomes, while protecting the privacy and security of the data.


    Integrating your systems eliminates the need for manual administrative tasks. By having your software solution and Electronic Health Record (EHR) system interface, you can save time and resources on having to manually transfer data from one to the other.


    Health Level 7 (HL7) refers to a set of international standards for transferring clinical and administrative data between software applications. HL7 standards focus on the application layer (layer 7) in the OSI model and supports a variety of system integrations and interoperability, allowing software solutions and the EHR systems to interface with one another.

  • Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is the standard for the communication and management of medical imaging information and related data such as radiography, ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and radiation therapy.

    DICOM is used worldwide to store, exchange, and transmit medical images and has been central to the development of modern radiological imaging.


    An application programming interface (API) provides a unified manner to process data. This allows software applications to exchange data. REST is an architectural style, which determines how data is presented to a client in a way that is efficient for the client. RESTful API utilises HTTP requests to send, extract and delete data.


    Healthcare databases are systems which healthcare providers routinely enter clinical data. One of the most commonly used forms of healthcare databases are Electronic Health Records (EHRs).