Put The HealthCare Puzzle Together -See The Picture!

  • Optometric visits capture at risk patients between ages 15 –> 45 that PCPS do not see!  We see them for blurred vision. We are the Entry point to health care that is critical before it gets costly.
  • Optometric geographical distribution and office hours, makes us the ideal easy place for patients to come to, not a big central medical office that MD’s are forming for efficiency.
  • Optometric contact with leadership provides access to contacting ACO leadership for entry points.
  • Optometric technology – makes it easy to diagnose systemic disease via retina photography, cheaply, quickly and efficiently.
  • Primary Care Optometry — providing referrals to OMDs is the most efficient use of OMD surgical skills
  • Forming a Cooperative team and Branding ourselves in NY State would likely make us a sought out entry point  for MD / OD healthcare partnerships. Requiring a paradigm shift:
    • Retina Imaging Being Routine
    • Standardized reporting to pcps
    • Referring at risk patients to PCPS for consultation.
    • Taking the initiative by dispensing educational materials
    • Educating patients in our offices (as Dr Hom Suggested)
    • Connecting patients with online dietary advice such as health letters written by leading physicians who promote diet and lifestyle changes
The resultant picture:

About janrssor

Author whose Nome De Plum and main character share the same name. I am a programmer, eye doctor, holistic practitioner, student of religion, student of mysticism, student of science, business net-worker and I strongly believe that life without a challenge and daily growth is not worth living. My motto is Live Outside The Box.

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