August 18th 2014 – Returning for another year at AAO, Firefly brings its award winning Wireless Video Otoscope back to Orlando. The Boston based company, which has been selling its cameras to some of the most prestigious organizations around the globe for over 2 years, is thrilled to once again show the ENT community why so many clinics and physicians have already brought the Firefly system on board.
The Firefly Wireless Video Otoscope is the best tool available for ENT’s and ENT nursing staff to educate patients on why they need to move forward with various procedures, get them to understand the importance of recommended care, and demonstrating the effectiveness of treatments by reviewing before and after pictures. Incredibly versatile and easy to use, the learning curve for using one of these devices is virtually nonexistent, creating immediate value for an organization. A quote from Firefly Global’s Manager of Business Development, Dan Lucet, illustrates the company’s mindset when developing their devices –
“One of the biggest challenges we have overcome is developing a device that increases patient satisfaction while not putting a burden on ENT staff. As far as easy to use, highly effective, inexpensive communication devices go – We considers ourselves to at the front of the pack.”
Along with their Wireless Video Otoscope, Firefly Global will also be showcasing a new cerumen removal specula prototype, designed to give this communication tool a way to also remove ear wax. The prototype comes in 2 sizes and Dan Lucey, manager of business development for Firefly, will be there looking for feedback from attendees.
Firefly Global is in the business of making high quality, affordable, video otoscopes and digital dermatoscopes for organizations worldwide. Firefly wireless and wired cameras are small, easy to use and standards-based, making integration with video conferencing solutions quick and easy. Already popular in Ear-Nose-Throat, Primary Care, Telemedicine and Dermatology, the number of Audiologists using Firefly are multiplying rapidly.