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Expand your brand easily while providing quality care

Our equipment is so user-friendly there’s no need for an onsite optometrist at every optical store.
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Implementing new technologies will allow you to grow the number of offices you have and make your businesses run more efficiently. Visionix’s technologies allow you to communicate with your offices and your team so you can achieve consistent patient care.
The modified workflow with Visionix’s Eye Refract allows cold start practices to start seeing patients without the need for an onsite optometrist. It automates the traditional features of a phoropter so you can be in one office and consult with a patient in another office. This allows you to expand the number of offices you have without sacrificing quality data or time with your patients. It enables you to standardize the patient experience due to test efficiency, accuracy, and consistency of the refraction results.
The EMR/EHR-ready Eye Refract allows clinicians to access recommended final prescription data from a secured computer interface in another room or office. This is an ideal solution for optical retail chain owners who are interested in a remote-ready model. With an effective delegation process in place for up to 80% of the patient load, practices can free up more doctors to focus on patients who need advanced eye exams.
Refraction results can be seen immediately and seamlessly via electronic medical records. If a doctor is not onsite, they can log onto Zoom, review the data, and then consult the patient. Often a patient just wants reassurance that their prescriptions are up to date. In some cases, the doctor will need to meet the patient for follow-up care.
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Optometrists can oversee multiple offices using our integrated Visionix platform. If a doctor wants to double-check a refraction, they can remotely connect to the Eye Refract. Along with examining the refraction data, they can integrate it with data from the OCT screenings, wide-field retinal imaging, and pressure reading. This allows you to assess the patient in a more comprehensive way than a traditional eye exam.