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    Jun 11, 2019

    GoCheck Kids Partners with Allied Physicians Group to Protect Kids with Vision Screening Technology

    GoCheck Kids selected as photoscreening provider for one of the largest private medical partnerships in the New York metro area NASHVILLE, TN​ (June 10, 2019) – GoCheck, creator of ​GoCheck Kids​, an iPhone app used by over 4,500 pediatricians that screens for vision impairment in preverbal children, has been selected by ​Allied Physicians Group​ to be the photoscreening provider for its 150 physicians and 650 trained support staff partners.

    May 16, 2019

    GoCheck Kids Completes $6 Million Series B Investment to Fight America’s $23 Billion Vision Crisis

    The investment will add Apple’s AI capabilities and accelerate further EHR integration

    May 7, 2018

    The Top Pediatric Care (Game) Changers

    Like a massive earthquake, when someone “changes the game,” it is felt around the world. It is revolutionary, thought-provoking, and inspirational.

    Oct 10, 2017

    What Is Ocular Photoscreening And Why Are Pediatricians Adopting?

    Photoscreening is a pediatric vision screening technique wherein a camera and flash are used to determine refractive errors and identify risk factors for amblyopia. 1 A photoscreener detects amblyopic risk factors such as hyperopia, myopia, and anisometropia and estimates their severity.

    Sep 22, 2017

    Why Glen Falls Pediatrics Chose GoCheck Kids for Vision Screening

    Stephanie Messercola is a Physician’s Assistant at Glen Falls Pediatric Consultants.  Glen Falls Pediatric Consultants has 15 providers and 2 locations. Stephanie has practiced in upstate New York since 2005. Our CEO, Kevon Saber, sat down with Stephanie to discuss GoCheck Kids.

    Jul 17, 2017

    Why Did Pediatric Physicians Switch to GoCheck Kids?

    Dr. Roy Benaroch is a pediatrician at Pediatric Physicians, which has 9 providers between their two Georgia locations. Dr. Benaroch has been a practicing pediatrician since 1998 and is a published author of 2 books, a contributor to WebMD, and enjoys educating parents on Twitter.

    Jun 2, 2017

    Amblyopia: Definition, Risk Factors, and Preventing Vision Loss

    What Is Amblyopia? Amblyopia definition: one eye’s vision has been reduced because the eye and the brain have not been working together properly.  This condition usually begins when someone’s eyes have different strengths.  As the brain favors the strong eye and ignores the images coming from the weak eye, the differential strengths (and quality of nerve pathways) become larger.  Amblyopia is the medical term for lazy eye.

    May 24, 2017

    How Did Pediatric Associates Meet AAP’s Vision Screening Policy?

    Dr. Natasha Burgert is a pediatrician at Pediatric Associates’ (PA) Kansas City office. PA has 17 providers across their 2 locations. She is a national spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and enjoys educating families on Twitter.

    May 9, 2017

    Compare The Leading Pediatric Vision Screeners

    The Top Photoscreeners: Which One Is Right for You? Are you considering a photoscreener for your pediatric practice? Early detection and treatment of vision problems are critical in order to help prevent permanent vision loss, and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) now recommends photoscreening for children aged 12 months-5 years.1

    Jan 12, 2017

    Great Catches: The Value of Early and Routine Vision Screening

    Early vision screening is fundamental, but screening your patient’s early and  routinely is critical in detecting amblyopia risk factors that may cause childhood blindness. Vision often changes as children develop. By photoscreening and testing visual acuity throughout childhood—starting at age 1 per the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)— you’ll help detect vision issues and prevent permanent vision loss in your young patients.1