eScreen enables the accurate assessment of a person’s vision function in a real world environment for corporate eye screening, school screening, and district nursing, and patient remote monitoring. eScreen is designed to offer a bank of tests, presented to the patient or person based on the configuration set by the client. This includes Visual Acuity in Log MAR, contrast sensitivity, colour perception and Amsler.
eScreen uses sophisticated algorithms for accurately measuring visual acuity. It can be used as a self-assessment tool or through an invigilated assessment with results shown on screen with the option of a printed hard copy for patients to take away. Included in the eScreen assessment are a number of tailored questions which investigates the patient’s vision capability and any problems that may not be presented by quantifiable outcome based assessments.
eScreen is ideally suited for patients with AMD by increasing the frequency of monitoring through home self-testing and reducing the number of attendances at the eye department through utilisation of our remote monitoring service eValuate and automatic referral through eRefer.
All commercial drivers in the UK have a legal requirement for regular vision checks, however it is an additional social responsibility to know that a driver who requires glasses is wearing them when they head out on the road, and those provided glasses are working to a given standard in poor light conditions and weather.
The Importance of Vision in Preventing Falls, a report which highlighted the relationship between sight loss and falls among older people recommended that falls assessments, especially of older people, should include screening for visual impairment. eScreen can be quickly and easily implemented into care homes and district nursing at a low cost for invigilated testing.
With 1 in 4 children showing reduced quality of vision and the limited resources for school screening, eScreen enables schools to increase the frequency of eye screening and reduce the number of children slipping through the screening net, especially with the assessment of binocular vision performance, programs.