Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-61] Information Technology in the Ophthalmic Clinic - An Overview
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
10:30 - 12:00
Room
Room 19 - Imperial Hotel 2F Botan
Topic
Teleophthalmology and Computers
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Anthony Vipin Das
Description
Technology is an integral part of our daily lives and extends into the clinical environment as well. Find out how cutting-edge information and communication technologies (ICT) can help you deliver the best eye care for your patients. Topics range from Electronic Medical Records, Imaging tips for clinical use, real-time consults with Video and the role of computers in Ophthalmic Life! The adoption of other ICT tools pose unique challenges in different locations around the world. This Symposium will offer lessons learned from one of the world's largest provider of eye care with over 3,000,000 check-ins in EMRs deployed in 21 centers. Implementation process in small to large-size centers will be showcased, including the spectrum from rural to urban settings in the developing world scenario. Practical and ingenious solutions in using technology in the clinic will be shared. The symposium targets audiences who are interested in taking the next big step with technology and being EyeSmart!

Duration 15min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = Last 10min

IS-TH-61-1 / 

Teleophthalmology and Computers

Computers in Ophthalmic Life

Rishi Swarup

Computers in Ophthalmic Life

Duration 15min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = Last 10min

IS-TH-61-2 / 

Teleophthalmology and Computers

EyeSmart Electronic Medical Records - Experience in the Developing World

Anthony Vipin Das

EyeSmart Electronic Medical Records - Experience in the Developing World

Duration 15min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = Last 10min

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Teleophthalmology and Computers

Imaging Tips in the Ophthalmic Clinic

Rajesh Fogla

Imaging Tips in the Ophthalmic Clinic

Duration 15min, Q&A 5min, Panel Discussion = Last 10min

IS-TH-61-4 / 

Teleophthalmology and Computers

Virtual Consults: Communicating Visually with Your Patients

Giselle Ricur

Virtual Consults: Communicating Visually with Your Patients

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