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Medical Devices

The HCE IM team led the deployment of the Enterprise Clinical Audiology Application (ECAA) previously known as AudBase across the DoD since 2014.  We have successfully transitioned the application from being operational in a standalone environment to a networked enterprise solution.  We also understand information technology capabilities such as audiometers, tympanometers, and other medical devices readily available to the Provider is a critical component to the delivery of healthcare to our Service members.  These medical devices implemented within the ECAA operational environment must be vetted through the local Information System Security Manager (ISSM) prior to establishing a connection.  The following is a list of compatible devices for the ECAA:


AudBase-ECAA Compatible Equipment


If your device is not listed in the above document, please contact your local ISSM for the local process to initiate the risk assessment process or feel free to contact the HCE IM team at:

Quick Fact


A cochlear implant is an electronic device that provides partial hearing to patients with severe-to-profound bilateral hearing loss.

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