RetinaVue™ 100 Imager – Testing for Diabetic Retinopathy
Retinol Imaging for Improving Diabetic Retinopathy Evaluation
How the RetinaVue™ 100 Imager Works
Alpharetta and Cumming Internal Medicine now offer their diabetic patients an improved way to screen for diabetic retinopathy using RetinaVue™ Network. They can now perform retinal exams in the office using a four-step process:
(1) Acquire non-mydriatic fundus images in minutes with the simple, automated Welch Allyn RetinaVue™ 100 Imager.
(2) Transfer images via secure HIPAA-compliant RetinaVue™ Network.
(3) Images are evaluated by a board-certified retinal specialist.
(4) A diagnostic report and referral/screening plan is returned to Alpharetta and Cumming Internal Medicine the same day.
Now the doctors at Alpharetta and Cumming Internal Medicine can easily and accurately screen for diabetic retinopathy as part of their patient’s routine visit.