Interested in the Spot Vision Screener? First, see how it compares to GoCheck Kids.
Leading pediatric healthcare organizations love GoCheck Kids:
Hillrom Spot Vision Screener
(Formerly Welch Allyn, Pediavision Suresight)
Hillrom’s Spot Vision Screener is one of the leading photoscreeners on the market. Hillrom was established in 1915 and developed into a global medical technology leader focused on one mission: Every day, around the world, they enhance outcomes for patients and their caregivers.1 How does the Spot screener compare to GoCheck Kids?
GoCheck Kids vs. Spot Vision Screener3
The Spot Vision Screener and GoCheck Kids are both clinically effective.2
How do they compare on other key dimensions?
“Detecting [eye] issues in young kids has always been tough, [but] GoCheck Kids is very quick and efficient, which makes both the patients and their parents very happy.”
Dr. April Mattingly, Pediatrician
GoCheck Kids Is Your Complete Vision Screening Solution
“In our primary care practices, we’ve found that when we bring together clinical quality and advanced technology, we can deliver state-of-the-art healthcare more efficiently to reduce friction and create a better patient care experience. GoCheck Kids is doing that with a solution that provides exceptional clinical results with a high return on investment.”
Dr. Jonathan Miller, Medical Director of Value-Based Care
Nemours Children’s Health System
The World’s Only Pediatric Vision Screener with Bidirectional EHR Integration
Cerner and eClinicalWorks are in development and we are looking for customers to integrate.
85% of Privia Medical Group’s Referrals Confirmed as Needing Treatment5
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you have to buy iPhones?
No. We provide the iPhones which means you do not have to undergo a capital expenditure or take on large risk.
Is GoCheck Kids Trusted?
Yes. Many thousands of pediatricians trust GoCheck Kids and 99% stick with the program after their pilot.
Is GoCheck Kids Clinically Valid?
Yes. It’s FDA-registered and backed by peer reviewed literature and leading pediatric ophthalmologists.