Investigators use the SightBook app by DigiSight to track eye disease and coordinate care.
A team demonstrates the use of an iPhone-connected slit lamp that enable remote complex eye exams.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has announced the Ocular Imaging Developer Contest, a new Investing in Innovation Initiative (i2) developer challenge, focused on ending the fragmentation of ophthalmological imaging and patient record-keeping technologies. Ophthalmology specialists use a variety of measurement and imaging devices during exams to produce data and images in […]
mHealth Research Digest by Tim Bredrup Teleophthalmology, the electronic exchange of ophthalmic information to provide remote eye care services, has conventionally been executed on a standard office computer workstation. However, ophthalmologists in Pittsburgh, PA recently compared the diagnostic capability of an iPhone against a typical computer workstation for remote photographic evaluation of the fundus in […]
An app review of Cornea Atlas, a collection of cornea and external eye disease images
Imagine a rural screening center that has a technician taking snapshots of retinas and then uploading those pictures to a server that allows them to be viewed through an iPhone App for ophthalmologists to see. The ophthalmologist can comment on the picture, diagnose, and then formulate a plan if follow up treatment is necessary. This […]