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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




Reimbursable under new CPT 92229

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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 diabetics receive sight-saving treatment.




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Billing and Reimbursement for Diabetic Retinopathy Screening in Primary Care

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

Find out how we can work together

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

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