What is Amblyopia and why should every pediatrician screen for vision impairments?
Amblyopia is the medical term for decreased vision in one or both eyes due to abnormal vision development in the brain. With amblyopia, there is a disconnect between the brain and a child’s eye. Over time, the brain relies on…READ MORE »
Webinar Recap: Transitioning Pediatric Vision Care to Telemedicine
Missed last week’s webinar? Don't sweat it. Watch the recording where a few of the nation’s leading pediatric ophthalmologists came together to help pediatricians transition vision-related care to telemedicine during and beyond the pandemic. On May 7th, 2020, Drs. Deborah...READ MORE »
GoCheck Kids Screens One Million Kids For Vision Impairment
GoCheck Kids iPhone App makes children’s vision screening cost-effective, improves the patient experience and drives significant clinical and financial value for leading health systems NASHVILLE, TN – GoCheck, creator of GoCheck Kids, an iPhone app used by over 6,500 pediatric…READ MORE »
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. What game-changers come to your mind? For me, it was Michael Jordan changing the way basketball teams operate, Henry…READ MORE »