Top 8 Most Commonly Asked Questions
A new process or technology prompts questions. Whether considering photoscreening in general or GoCheck Kids specifically, it’s important to get your questions answered. We've compiled a list of some of the questions that have been posed to us recently.
5 Advantages of a Photoscreener Monthly Subscription
The business of healthcare is challenging for large and small organizations alike. Cash flow and capital investments are usually ongoing concerns. Receivables like insurance payments and patient out-of-pocket fees impact cash flow.
Visual Acuity 101: Uncover vision disorders before eyes stop growing
One in four children has a vision problem. Since treatment efficacy declines as we age, early detection and treatment are critical. Left untreated, kids can experience many challenges, including blindness.
7 Screenings Every Pediatrician Should Be Doing
Annual wellness visits are essential for children and adults to live happy, healthy lives. Screenings are an invaluable part of these check-ups. They detect potential health problems that can be corrected or treated if found early. There are seven evidence-based screenings that every pediatrician should be familiar with and implement. Through these specific screenings, pediatricians can diagnose, treat, or rule out potential health problems that could be irreversible later.
GoCheck Kids: Optimizing Your Practice’s Workflow
Practitioners everywhere are finding ways to become more efficient in the workspace. GoCheck Kids’ pediatric vision screener offers many perks that will help improve workflow efficiency in your practice during well check visits and beyond! Here are a few reasons why GoCheck Kids’ vision screener should be implemented in your practice:
GoCheck Kids Names Naveen Kathuria as Chief Executive Officer
Advanced vision screening technology provider supports more than 6,500 pediatric teams in early detection of vision disorders NASHVILLE, TN (March 8, 2023) -- GoCheck Kids, the leading digital vision screening platform for children, has named Naveen Kathuria as its new Chief Executive Officer. Kathuria brings deep experience leading healthcare organizations that serve vulnerable populations to his leadership role at GoCheck Kids, which is helping children thrive and pediatricians succeed by streamlining vision screenings into one efficient solution.
Amblyopia 101: A Brief History
A brief history of amblyopia: defining it, detecting it & treating it Have you ever wondered when amblyopia was first identified? Or when vision screening began? I have. I’m not a historian, but the topic interests me, and I wanted to learn more to help put the work we’re doing today in context.
An easy way to detect pediatric vision problems early
Being able to screen children who are not yet able to use an eye chart is crucial in identifying problems early and starting treatment that, if not initiated, could result in permanent vision loss. --Lisa M. Pepka, MD, pediatrician, Phoenix Children’s Pediatrics
Photoscreening is a simple and essential tool for pediatricians
Vision loss and vision deficits are one of the most common ailments in childhood, and oftentimes there are no symptoms, and screening is the best way to detect these problems. --Michael Endris, MD, pediatrician, OSF Healthcare
Technology can’t ignore pediatric workflows & patient interactions
How can we improve child health through quality improvement and innovation when pediatrics is the smallest budget line item and the lowest priority? I left a thriving community practice in Silicon Valley after 12 years to answer this question. Game-changing health technology is being funded at record valuations, and just a small percentage of it is designed for children. As an enthusiastic early adopter, I have seen the transformative power of technology and the data it can harness for health improvement. Technology can enable thinly stretched pediatric practices to deliver higher quality care to more children for less money. But only if these tools provide data that is meaningful, timely, accessible, and actionable.