The retinal fundus image plays an important role in the diagnosis of retinal diseases. Detailed information of the retinal fundus image, such as small vessels, microaneurysms, and exudates, may be of low contrast, and retinal image enhancement often helps to analyze retinal fundus image-related diseases.
Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest nonprofit healthcare plans in the United States, having over 12 million members. Kaiser Permanente has preferred New Vision Fundus to drive their fundus cameras during eye exams. Thank you Kaiser Permanente for choosing us… We are excited to delivery this week!
New Vision Fundus is a retina medical imaging program that captures and archives digital photos of the retina, creates reports and allows images/videos to be transferred to internal or external drives. The integrated, comprehensive platform improves the clinical care provided by eye care professionals, as well as streamlines efficiency. Retina Associates of Cleveland and its […]
The University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center is a nationally recognized center for vision care and research. The eye care team consists of distinguished optometrists, ophthalmologists and researchers that lead the way in the development of new therapies for blinding eye diseases. The New Vision Fundus program facilitates improved eye exams with simple and useful […]
Florida Retina Institute, whose experienced specialists manage and treat a host of complex retinal diseases, have selected to bring on New Vision Fundus to complement their expertise. New Vision Fundus is focused on working with retinal specialists to enhance clinical outcomes and provide the best individual treatment plans for patients. We look forward to our […]
Maternal–fetal medicine (MFM), also known as perinatology, is a branch of medicine that focuses on managing health concerns of the mother and fetus prior to, during, and shortly after pregnancy. New Vision Ultrasound Software is a solution that facilitates baby follow-up of both mother and doctor during pregnancy. With New Vision Ultrasound;