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AEYE for Primary Care

Point of Care Screening

Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy Using AI Instead of Referring to a Specialist

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Attain Insurers'
Quality Measures

through the performance of recommended annual screenings


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under new CPT code

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Practical to

Requires a single image per eye; rarely requires dilation

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Real-time Diagnosis

On-the-spot image quality analysis and diagnosic result in under a minute

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Expand Services

for more comprehensive patient care and disease management

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Improve Patient Outcomes

Point-of-care screening ensures adherence to screening protocols


Why It Matters

Screening prevents blindness

Accessible and affordable screening for Diabetic Retinopathy is vital to help ensure patients with diabetes receive sight-saving treatment.



Visual representation of the existing diabetic retinopathy diagnosis process, where patients are annually referred for a dilated eye exam. Unfortunately, less than 50% of patients adhere to this screening, leading to limited access to the eye exam at the ophthalmologist's office. Those who can access the exam either receive a clear status for 12 months if negative for diabetic retinopathy or initiate treatment if the condition is detected.
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Billing and Reimbursement for Diabetic Retinopathy Screening in Primary Care

Visual depiction of the billing and reimbursement process, featuring a central icon representing the exam with three outcomes: reimbursement for primary care providers using CPT 92229, improvement in HEDIS scores, and enhancement of Star-ratings. Additionally, the illustration highlights the addressing of point-of-care screening payment programs.

Reimbursable by Primary Care Providers

CPT code 92229 was created for primary care providers and covers retinal imaging for detection or monitoring of DR, point-of-care automated analysis, and report.

Improves HEDIS scores and Star-ratings

Diabetic Eye Exams performed in primary care can be reported using CPT Category II codes and credited in various HEDIS measurements.

Addresses point-of-care screening payment programs

Screening for diabetic retinopathy addresses MIPS measure 117 and may qualify PCPs for additional payer incentives

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Point-of-care screening improves adherence to screening protocols, which directly benefits patient outcomes and quality of care measures

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