Our user-friendly technology requires little training and is accurate in diagnosing ocular eye diseases. This means a trained technician can sit with a patient to collect data before the patient ever meets the doctor. Optometrists can then seamlessly access reliable eye data through an electronic health record system.
With proper training, technicians can perform refraction in 80% of cases, allowing optometrists to focus on the remaining 10-20% of patients with more advanced symptoms. Algorithm-guided refractions and this level of data accuracy can maximize valuable staff time and allow clinicians to stay in control of the full refraction process.