The health care environment is changing and technology is fueling these changes. Advances in technology now allow us to capture more information during the eye exam in order to create a customized plan for each patient.
Here at Vision Health, we take a proactive approach to your eye health. The instruments we have available make it possible to monitor various conditions to help preserve your vision for a lifetime.
Canon CR-DGI Fundus Camera
Digital Fundus Photography consists of a digital camera system that takes a photo of your retina, which is responsible for your vision. It can help to confirm a healthy eye or detect the presence of possible disease.
Carl Zeiss Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
The OCT is similar to an ultrasound, but it is for the eye. The OCT takes cross-sectional pictures of the retina. It is used to diagnose and follow treatment in certain eye conditions and diseases, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma
Our newest instrument, the Optomap, provides a wide-angle view of the retina. Previously, Dr. Miller only had a limited view inside of the eye. With this instrument, he is now able to better manage his care of patients by documenting any retinal irregularities. He strongly recommends this instrument for each patient, as it gives him a thorough look around the inside of the eye.
I Care Tonometer
Terrified of the air-puff instrument used to check pressures in the eye? You’re in luck. Vision Health has a new cutting-edge instrument that replaces the “air puff.” Our I Care Tonometer is more accurate and much less invasive than its predecessor.
Practice Director Software
Electronic Medical Records
Practice Director is a fully integrated EMR and practice management system ideal for eye care professionals. The Electronic Medical Records component expedites our patient evaluation plan so we can immediately treat and monitor our patient’s care. It also facilitates the communication and continuity of care with your primary care physician, as well as other health care providers.
With electronic medical records we have clearer, more concise records that help make us more efficient and provide our patients with a higher level of care.