Practice Success Stories
In these stories, your fellow eye care professionals explain how their practices have benefited from the utilization of AdaptDx® technology.
Learn from Your Colleagues
How I Protect My Patients and Build My Business With Dark Adaptation Testing
With the help of the AdaptDx Pro dark adaptometer, Dr. Tammy Tully of Seaside Eye Associates in Myrtle Beach, SC, is able to achieve both improved patient care and increased practice revenue.
Changing the Standard of AMD Care: More than a one-device job
Dr. Gary Kirman of Kirman Eye Care in Hummelstown, PA, explains how his mission to change the standard of AMD care for his patients propelled him to acquire 3 AdaptDx Pro devices. The increased possibilities for dark adaptation testing with multiple devices led to a cultural shift within the practice, allowing every staff member to join the fight against AMD.
Increasing Revenue with Dark Adaptation
Like many other optometrists, Dr. Jordan of Rinkov Eye Centers in Westerville, OH, transitioned to a medical practice model in order to preserve revenue for his clinic. By adopting AdaptDx technology to help him diagnose and manage AMD, Dr. Jordan and his colleagues were able to increase practice revenue by $196,177 in less than a year.
Successful Integration of Dark Adaptation Testing
Dr. Krivacic of Las Colinas Vision Center in Irving, TX, explains how practice staff were able to improve patient care and increase practice revenue by working with Practice Management Consultants from MacuLogix®. Consistent utilization of a Risk and Symptom Assessment Form with patients allowed easier workflow integration of their AdaptDx device, differentiating their practice as an AMD Center of Excellence®.
Hear What Patients Have To Say
A Test Many Patients Want To Take
Many patients are comfortable with dark adaptation testing when optometrists suggest it as part of their strategy for detecting subclinical AMD.
Many Patients Want to Know
One of the toughest parts of being an eye care professional is telling patients they have a chronic progressive disease. Luckily, many patients appreciate early AMD detection and quality care.