Prevent vision loss and learning disabilities
GoCheck Kids is an FDA cleared pediatric vision screener on a smartphone. You can now affordably and accurately photoscreen for amblyopia risk factors.
1 in 5 children are at risk for vision disorders that can lead to permanent vision loss and learning disabilities.²
Are you confidently screening them?
What is GoCheck Kids?
GoCheck Kids is a pediatric vision screener on a kid-friendly smartphone.
It combines photoscreening and visual acuity so that you can follow the American Academy of Pediatrics vision screening guidelines and prevent permanent vision loss.
We are on a mission to screen 20 million children by 2020. Will you join us?
GoCheck Kids has been clinically validated by leading pediatric ophthalmologists. The technology has been optimized to avoid over-referring.³
With zero upfront costs, unlimited utilization (no per test fees), and a flat, all-inclusive monthly fee, your practice is immediately cash-flow positive. Photoscreening is often eligible for third-party reimbursement.
What Your Peers Are Saying
“GoCheck Kids enabled us to stop missing kids and deliver on the AAP’s guidelines in the most cost- and time-efficient manner. To provide the best care for your kids, vision screen with GoCheck. Your parents will appreciate it.”
Dr. Natasha Burgert – Pediatrician
“As much as 80% of early learning is visual, and early vision issues can lead to learning disabilities. Pediatricians have long needed a reliable, fast, and cost-efficient way to detect vision risks affecting almost 1 in 4 children. GoCheck Kids has met this need with their innovative smartphone solution.”
Dr. Alan Greene – Pediatrician
Join 2,800 of your peers who are preventing permanent
vision loss with GoCheck Kids
How It Works
We ship you smartphones with our application pre-loaded and ready for photo and visual acuity screening. We help train your staff and monitor screens remotely to communicate screening errors.
Supports multiple digital workflows and provides 2-way EHR interfaces for larger practices.