An IRIS retina test takes only a few minutes to complete. Patients can be screened right in their primary care physician’s office.
IRIS is the only screening service run and supervised by retina specialists, giving patients and physicians unprecedented access to the highest quality retinal care available.
IRIS provides a fully automated non-mydriatic fundus camera that requires minimal training at a very affordable price point. IRIS also provides comprehensive system training and installation services that ensure a successful program for your patients.
IRIS service quickly enhances the contrast of the image without changing its geometry with better visualization of small objects resulting in higher sensitivity, driving down cost.
IRIS technology quickly detects potential abnormalities—indicating location, size and type of pathology and presenting the results via a web-based platform to a highly-skilled human screener in the IRIS network.
Using a suite of pattern-matching detection algorithms, IRIS highlights these findings for extra attention by the screener, increasing human performance in a highly complex and critical application. Current sensitivity rates are 97% and algorithms are continuously being refined to increase their performance.
IRIS uses a simple and powerful web-based platform that requires only an internet connection and no software expertise. The IRIS integrated grading module follows the AAO classification criteria, allowing real-time reading and classification of the image. The functions include: Ability to add comments, ability to remotely interact with a specialist, production and printing of a report, interfacing with EMR, secure access management, multiple accounts and multi-user-graders.
The platform also allows any healthcare professional to generate a detailed patient report that can then be printed or e-mailed for easy referral to a specialist. Report includes:
A copy of the report is then given to the patient and emailed to the primary care doctor for his record keeping. The physician is then provided a helpful referral to a board certified retina specialist in the region