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Allied Media average salary is $41,600, median salary is $41,600 with a salary range from $41,600 to $41,600.
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Technical Applications Engineer 2 41,600-41,600 Chester, PA, 19013 2010 Allied Media Technical Applications Engineer 2 Salaries (1)
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  • Industry: Other
  • City: Los Angeles, CA
  • We actually design a custom interface between our audiometer and the facility's EMR/EHR system. So, when we export the information, it goes as "pure data" that can be used for any future purpose. For example, if you own ABC facility, and one of your hearing aid manufacturers designs a new device to specifically treat patients with a hearing threshold above 50 dB at 2,000 Hz, it would clearly be a benefit to be able to immediately query your entire patient database for people with that exact situation. With almost any other audiometer, the research to create that query would be...