Integrating Teleretinal Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy Into Your Practice
This white paper outlines how teleretinal screening offers a proven, reliable and cost-effective model for improving compliance rates, mitigating long-term treatment costs while improving convenience and outcomes for patients.
Download this white paper to learn about:
The barriers to screening and how to overcome them
Integrating teleretinal screening as part of routine primary care
Closing care gaps, improving HEDIS compliance and Star Ratings
Teleophthalmology Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy Through Mobile Imaging Units in Pharmacy Settings
This study aimed to describe and measure the health results of a Category 3 teleophthalmology screening project for diabetic retinopathy (DR). Implemented through mobile screening imaging units located within pharmacies, the project had the goal of reaching unscreened diabetic patients in urban communities while lowering barriers to screening and saving medical resources.