Primary Care Providers
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of vision loss in working-age adults. Approximately 37.3 million people have diabetes (11.3% of the US population). Diabetic retinopathy is treatable, if detected early. While most diabetic patients may not have an eye care provider, 75% of US adults have a primary care physician.
Non-Invasive Vision Testing
Fundus imaging that offers simple screening – even with non-ophthalmic personnel.
✓ Autofocus and autoexposure increases ease of use with minimal training required.
✓ New high-contrast optical design for state-of-the-art, digital image capture.
✓ Comprehensive study, 50 degrees field of view.
✓ Cloud connectivity to telemedicine solutions for remote consultations.
Telescreening for Diabetic Retinopathy
Telescreening for diabetic retinopathy in primary care offices increases screening rates by approximately 15% for rural and underserved patients. Our comprehensive diabetic retinopathy screening product portfolio includes everything that is needed in a screening program:
- Comprehensive, end-to-end platform
- HIPAA-compliant and secure
- Highly configurable – Flexible
- Workflow-based solution
- Compatible with DICOM standards and PACS integration
- Several CPT codes applicable to diabetes screening and anterior segment
- Works in Fee-for-service or value-based care settings
- Most commercial and Medicare (Part C) plans cover routine diabetic fundus exams
- Medicare Part B: Many MAC’s have issued Local Coverage Determinations
- Software modules work seamlessly in combination with the Aurora Fundus Camera
Return on Investment for You and Your Patients
The Aurora pricing makes this portable fundus camera readily accessible in more practice and urgent care environments without requiring an on-premises ophthalmologist for testing or diagnosis. The patient’s test results can be quickly transmitted to a specialist for assessment and provide any needed treatment recommendations.