IRIS: How We Help

IRIS retinal screening systems are installed in the primary care setting to help increase patient access to quality preventative care for diabetic retinopathy while reducing costs for patients and payers alike. We integrate seamlessness into primary care without interrupting a provider’s normal day to day workflow.

We are fully integrated with EPIC — the EMR with the largest footprint in the world.

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With IRIS, primary care providers can offer a retinal exam to any patient, in their own office. If pathology is detected, patients can be referred to a specialist for preventive or corrective action that can prevent or mitigate severe vision loss or blindness.

Healthcare Before IRIS

  • Advanced retinal screenings weren’t readily available in a primary care setting
  • Patients had to make a separate appointment for a simple retina exam
  • The majority of patients never make that appointment due to access issues: inconvenience, travel, time off work, unfamiliarity with a new physician, and numerous other reasons
  • It was never simple, realistic or profitable for healthcare providers to offer screenings to their diabetic populations

Healthcare After IRIS

  • An IRIS screening is as simple as having a patient's blood pressure or any other vital sign taken
  • The physicians, technicians and change management experts at IRIS work closely with healthcare providers to ensure their diabetic populations get screened
  • IRIS is easy to integrate, with little to no adverse impact on workflow
  • IRIS increases quality outcomes, and reduces short-term and long-term systemic healthcare costs

Read how IRIS works.

“IRIS is the first step toward truly changing the approach we have for screening diabetic retinopathy. A lot of the people who need screening the most are the least likely to do it. IRIS is an affordable procedure and doesn’t take that much training to operate or read.”

- Dr. Ron Gross, Chairman of Ophthalmology West Virginia University Healthcare

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