But pricing can send small- to mid-sized practices reeling. Eye care doctors in smaller, rural areas may see only a few patients each week which makes the initial outlay of cash required to add or upgrade digital imaging equipment tough to manage because of the limited budget.
But every eye care professional’s mission is to serve his or her patients. Everyone has unique needs, and in this age of computer screens, video games, and cell phones, all of which stress and strain our eyes, the demand for eye care is growing. Doctors are treating more patients so the need for better diagnostic equipment has grown as well.
Today fundus and optic nerve imaging technology is considered standard equipment for the well-equipped eye care practice. With Fundus Photo, doctors have seen that making an investment into in-house imaging equipment has allowed them a new path to increase their profitability. Working with Fundus Photo, LLC, they acquire the equipment they need at a price point that makes sense for them.
Fundus Photo - along with its parent company, St. Louis Ophthalmologic – aids in patient care by providing equipment solutions along with excellent customer service and expert technical support after the sale.
St. Louis Ophthalmologic Equipment Company also offers refurbished equipment as an option which can help take the sting out of upgrading or adding equipment while keeping your practice competitive. Purchasing refurbished equipment from this long-standing industry leader gives you confidence along with the affordable price, because each item has been professionally reconditioned by leading experts in the field.
Another option which might appeal to some would be to share the cost and usage of equipment with another practice. Fundus Photo offers a portable option which would make sharing equipment with a nearby practice possible.
Fundus Photo understands the importance of digital imaging equipment in an eye care practice. And their newest product is Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF). This latest technological advancement allows you to extend your basic retinal diagnostic reach to better identify retinal diseases. Simple, efficient, and noninvasive, Fundus Autofluorescence offers a plethora of benefits to doctor and patient alike.
And purchasing this technology from Fundus Photo gives you zero-cost tech support for products that transfer to any EMR, New Vision Software, 21 Megapixel Imaging, as well as NV PRO, which allows you to network so that images taken in one room can be viewed in other exam rooms.
With this new instrumentation, FAF imaging can provide information about the health and function of many areas of the eye – and retina specialists, in particular, find this technology to be a time-saver, money-saver, and a must-have solution for their offices.
For the retina specialist, making Fundus Photo an integral part of your team just makes sense.
Meet your Partner in Imaging, www.FundusPhoto.com.