Advanced Diagnosis and Care For Diabetic Patients
- Close to 40 million people in the U.S. are at risk of blindness, and diabetes is the leading cause, especially among working Americans.
- At least 50 percent of diabetics will develop diabetic retinopathy – abnormal retinal blood circulation.
- While many diabetics see their primary care physician or endocrinologist routinely, half of high-risk patients are not receiving the routine eye exams they need because of limited access to care, cost, inconvenience or non-compliance.
A New Approach
Early diagnosis and treatment of diabetic retinopathy can limit vision loss and often prevent blindness. Customized for primary care physicians and other healthcare facilities, Interactive Medicine, Inc.'s (IMI) Retinal Imaging program provides a turn-key system to offer an easily accessible, patient centric eye exam in your office that will also generate new revenue for your practice.
A pioneer in telemedicine, Interactive Medicine, Inc. (IMI) has been providing healthcare providers with tele-health solutions to increase quality of care, access to care and early intervention while also establishing innovative approaches to enhance practice revenues since 1995.