About Interactive Medicine, Inc.

Provide Patients with Better Care and Increase Your Revenue

Not only does Interactive Medicine, Inc.'s (IMI) Retinal Imaging program improve patient care, this simple in-office procedure establishes a new line of revenue for your practice:

  • Medicare, Medicaid and most payors provide reimbursement for the exam.
  • Many patients identified require additional care and treatment.

How does it work?

IMI makes the process easy. We provide your office with a complete system that includes a non-mydriatic camera as well as HIPAA compliant integrated software. Then we provide the necessary training to perform exams on all diabetic patients.

  1. Step 1

    The trained technician takes photos of each eye. No dilation is needed, and the patient feels no discomfort.

  2. Step 2

    The photos are stored on the integrated computer and sent to our readers for review.

  3. Step 3

    We select qualified, licensed ophthalmologists in your state to read the test results and return them to you and the patient within 72 hours of receipt.

  4. Step 4

    Then, if medically indicated, you determine the patient's plan for follow-up care, including specialist referral if needed.

Both the picture and reading are approved for reimbursement by Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurance companies. Your practice retains responsibility for billing. IMI collects a pre-determined monthly management fee for its services based on your total number of diabetic patients and forecasted utilization.

To learn more about how IMI's Retinal Imaging program can enhance your practice, call us at 410-630-1550 or e-mail sarogers@intemed.com.

Why choose IMI?

"IMI's turn-key tele-ophthalmology solution for patients with diabetes provides a retinal imaging platform for earlier diagnosis, better clinical treatment planning and greater access to timely care. In addition to increased practice revenues, the program also provides the physician the opportunity to meet or exceed HEDIS and NCQA compliance requirements."
- Robert Sergott, M.D.
Attending Surgeon, Wills Eye Inst.
Prof. of Ophthalmology and Neurology, Thomas Jefferson University, PA
"We developed some of the first telemedicine solutions and are now one of the longest, continuously operating telemedicine companies. I credit this success to our focus on customization. We don't take a cookie-cutter approach. Each one of our physician practice and healthcare facility clients is unique, and we personalize our products and services to meet their specific needs."
- Stephen Rogers, President & CEO, Interactive Medicine, Inc.
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