Please watch this video to learn about what’s unique about Chart2020 Digital Charts.
Chart2020 is more than just a collection of digital tests and charts.
Even though it includes hundreds of test options and strategies, it’s designed to streamline your practice’s flow.
Here’s how it works:
• Patients start by being pre-screened for VA Thresholds, Contrast Sensitivity, Stereo Acuity, and Color Deficiencies. Tests are auto-guided, so the technician simply presses Yes on the remote controller if the patient identified the target correctly, or presses no if they didn’t.
• After the tests are complete, graphical reports are generated for the doctor to review to obtain a detailed understanding of the patient at a glance, even before seeing the patient.
• The doctor then uses Chart2020 with a remote or iPad controller for additional and specific examination. The final reports can be submitted to your EHR system.
The reports generated are standardized because
– targets are auto-generated based on algorithms
– testing protocols eliminate bias
– screen brightness in all test rooms is identical and auto-calibrated
It’s been proven that insurers approve more requests for surgery or treatments based on the electronic ETDRS and Contrast Sensitivity Reports
Now you can run your practice efficiently through:
• Spend more quality time with a patient
* Tracking trends over time
• video looping while you move between patients for marketing or education
If you already have a digital chart you can purchase the pre-screener tests separately.
We care about the small things, even though we have the big things!
Your Chart will never have an O and C or H and N on the same line of letters when randomizing or in default mode.
Just like we take care of this fine detail, we also insure that every part of your eye exam is smooth and efficient. It would be embarrassing to have to mention accuracy as feature!
Very few systems calibrate screen brightness. It might not seem important before you choose your supplier but screen luminance calibration does affect your eye exam, especially for contrast sensitivity and accurate VA thresholds. For multi lane practices a bright monitor in lane 1 and a dull monitor in lane 3 could provide confusing results, especially with retesting the same patient in a different lane. Get accurate pre-op and post-op VA and Contrast Thresholds