COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way clinicians deliver eye care,and we see that as an enduring change
DUNEDIN, Fla. (PRWEB) September 17, 2020
iViews Imaging System and Oculo announce partnership to enhance communication for better eye care
iViews Imaging System and Oculo today announced a North American partnership to bring an integrated solution to enhance clinical collaboration and improve models of eye care.
“We are delighted to work with the iViews team, who so clearly share Oculo’s passion to improve eyecare for patients by providing superior solutions for clinicians. Oculo will bring comprehensive teleophthalmology tools that enhance both the clinical practice and business performance for our optometry and ophthalmology customers,” said Dr Kate Taylor, CEO and Founder of Oculo.
Mr Paul Chace III, CEO and Founder of iViews added, “Oculo takes iViews’ clinical images and seamlessly shares them between clinicians and with patients. Our customers love how this improves their referral management, triage capabilities and ability to connect with fellow clinicians and patients outside their practice or clinical setting. Being able to link images captured with virtual review means they can optimize clinic productivity with hybrid models of teleophthalmology.”
Dr Taylor continued, “COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way clinicians deliver eye care, and we see that as an enduring change. The acceleration of teleophthalmology creates opportunities to maximize clinic capacity and utilization. This is important, given how many patients have stayed away from clinical settings over the past months, and the need for care this backlog of patients represents. That’s why Oculo’s HIPAA-compliant video consultation and referral management solution that deepens relationships with referring doctors is more important than ever.”
Mr Chace concluded, “With ophthalmology, high quality, high fidelity images and scans are critical for clinical decision making. iViews works across a practice with tools to help doctors seamlessly manage clinical images. With Oculo, it will be easier than ever to share them with colleagues who are not on the same EMR or practice management system and with your patients.”
iViews Imaging System, LLC has provided innovative digital imaging and data management solutions throughout North America for over a decade. iViews has partnered with eye car professionals at teaching hospitals, universities, private clinics, and the VA hospitals to simplify the clinical imaging digital workflow. The iViews’ teleophthalmology applications work with the advanced iViews PACS system for Ophthalmology. This allows for diagnostic reviewing from any desktop or tablet no matter where the HD imaging, data and electronic reports are needed. The iViews Imaging Solution seamlessly incorporates images and data from over 170 instruments and allows HD digital Regional or Global Collaboration for the possibility of better eye care outcomes.
The innovative staff at iViews Imaging System are exclusively dedicated to the integration of individual Ophthalmic Instruments on Local/Wide Area networks or Cloud networks to enable patient data and images to be stored in a centralized PACS System for AI or manual review. The unique iViews applications allow eye care professionals to provide the best possible care to their patients through a comprehensive centralized Ophthalmic patient imaging database. For more information, contact Paul Chace at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.iviewsimaging.net/
Oculo is a secure, clinical communications and teleophthalmology platform. The Oculo platform facilitates the secure, instant transfer of clinical imaging for referrals, screening and shared eye care. Oculo’s HIPAA-compliant cloud-based solution connects providers to each other and to their patients to improve clinical outcomes and practice performance.
Oculo was co-founded by Professor Jonathan Crowston and Dr Kate Taylor in conjunction with the Centre for Eye Research Australia and is based in Melbourne, Australia. Since launching in 2015, Oculo has grown a user base of over 4000 clinicians in Australia and New Zealand and has managed almost 1,000,000 patients. Oculo is the technology partner for KeepSight, a Australian Government’s first-ever national diabetes eye care program. For more information, see https://www.oculo.co or contact email@example.com.