As the world experiences unprecedented change, the ophthalmic and optometry industry must transform to meet patient expectation and a duty of care. Digital transformation is happening across the commercial world.
“Using AOS during the lockdown made it easy to interact with my specialty contact lens wearers. Now the lockdown is over, I will continue to use anterior to give priority to the most important cases to evaluate first.”
Dr Giancarlo Montani
Universita del Salento, Italy.
“AOS is a must for anyone considering dry eye & objective grading management for their patients.”
Feltham Eyecare Centre, UK
“Coming out of lockdown I will be continuing with the AOS imaging system. Whether in the clinic room or remotely, it has proven itself as a valuable asset in my consulting room.”
Park Vision, UK
“Anterior provides valuable objective quantification aiding precision, accuracy, and reproducibility to management of ocular surface disease. This is especially important in our collaborative care environment, as multiple doctors may assess a patient for improvement over time.”
John D. Gelles
Cornea and Laser Eye Institute - Hersh Vision Group, USA
“The grading allows the patient to take ownership of their condition, and work towards improving the treatment pathway given by the clinician.”
Dr Sandip Doshi
The Eyecare Centre, UK
“The images I’ve been taking for the last 30-40 years with my slit lamp are now taken to another level and it’s fantastic!”
In the second of our series of blogs focusing on healthcare subscription models we speak to Keyur Patel, Director at Tompkins Knight & Son Optometrists, to get his insight in to how they have incorporated care plans and the impact they have had on the business. Read more