Three Easy Steps to Implement Tele-Optometry into Your Practice

May 4, 2020 | Trends & Perspective | 0 Comments

Say the word “Telemedicine” in a room full of eye doctors and you’ll get a variety of responses – from trepidation and uncertainty to acceptance and embrace. Tele-Optometry solutions may have been in the back of your mind for the past few years with the idea that “someday” you implement into your practice. The global pandemic has forever changed the art and science of practicing Optometry and it is time to adapt now. Once you experience the flexibility and freedom Tele-Optometry provides, you’ll never want to go back.

As the inventor and industry leader in tele-optometry, 20/20NOW is poised and positioned to partner with your practice to help you flourish. Implementing telehealth into your practice can seem daunting and confusing.  The 20/20NOW Leadership team have put together their top recommendations for growing a profitable practice by using telemedicine.

But first, let’s review the three easy steps for evaluating 20/20NOW’s remote eye exams.


Schedule a call or online demo Lacey Mielcarek, our Customer Liaison, will review your practice philosophy and discuss how synchronous Telehealth can enhance your ability to practice Optometry efficiently while keeping your personalized approached to caring for your patients. During the demo you can see the entire exam process firsthand and ask any and all questions you still have.


Current Equipment Assessment
Send us a list of the make and model of your current exam lane equipment.  Our industry experts will review your equipment and asses which, if any, of your current equipment can be integrated with the patented 20/20NOW software.  We will compile a quote with any necessary equipment upgrades needed.

 

Install, Train, and GO!  Fear not, once we decide to partner together our installation and training experts will visit you on-site to install the required ophthalmic hardware, proprietary software, and train your team.After our extensive five day training you and your staff will feel comfortable with the process so you can start providing tele-optometry to current and new patients!
 

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