IbisVision, the Glasgow-based company that's leading the move to remote and over-the-Internet eyecare, has unveiled breakthrough technology, the first of its kind, that allows for optometrists to determine a prescription over the Internet, with hardware that’s a fraction of the cost of traditional eyecare systems.
To support awareness throughout National Eye Health Week (NEHW), we are highlighting some of our work with optometry and healthcare leaders, in particular the NHS as one of the key discussion themes over the next few days. Read more.
IbisVision CEO, Mark Roger, joins Andrew Aldridge on the Deepbridge Discovery Podcast to discuss his background, how IbisVision was founded, how we recently secured significant funding and what the next steps and goals are for our company.
Virtual care solutions being the first stop for appointments can make a huge difference to day-to-day practices in optometry. Remote triage is already being successfully implemented in other healthcare industries and is now trickling out into other sectors where it can and will be extremely effective.
Telemedicine has been growing in popularity for some time with more and more organisations taking it into account when planning new ways of working and interacting. And while it’s a great development and step to take in moving your business forward, it also comes with a lot of hard work and planning in order to integrate it successfully.
The demand for home eye care services is set to surge in the coming years as a result of the UK’s ageing population (aop.org.uk). Technology can massively help to support domiciliary care and access to this is growing in the sector. IbisVision is one such platform that has the tools to do this and help your business.
IbisVision, the Glasgow-based company leading the development of remote ophthalmic technology, raised £4.5 million ($5.6 million) in growth funding as it seeks to open offices across the US and sell its ground-breaking remote eye test platform into the world's richest healthcare markets.
The IbisVision team recently made the trip down to Birmingham where we completed training at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. We worked with and led training for a group of Orthoptists who will be using the IBIS-Connect platform in a comparative evaluation, comparing the assessment of children’s vision remotely versus in-person visits.
Healthy Vision Month comes around every May and was created to stress the importance of our eyes and keeping them healthy. Back in 2003, the National Eye Institute established this month to spread awareness and educate people on maintaining good eye health. Organisations and individuals spend May spreading the word via social media, hosting events, and promoting via their organisation channels and networks.