Automated,
Flexible, Scalable

Merge Eye Care Solutions

Demand for ophthalmic imaging solutions is increasing due to an aging population, early disease recognition and increased incidences of visual impairment.

Merge offers an ophthalmic image and informatics solutions suite that allows eye care specialists to break down silos so they can better manage clinical images, improve practice workflow to help speed the detection of eye conditions, and provide quality patient care.

eliminate silos

ELIMINATE SILOS ACROSS MODALITIES

Capture all ophthalmic images and information for every subspecialty in a single worklist and vendor neutral platform.

side by side image viewing

UTILIZE A SINGLE REVIEW PLATFORM

Compare images side-by-side for quick comparison, track eye disease progression, and treat patients faster - regardless of modality.

connect patients and providers

CONNECT PATIENTS AND PROVIDERS

Enable image sharing and a fully automated screening workflow by providing access to images captured at multiple centers and offices.

improve reading

IMPROVE READING THROUGHPUT AND EXPERIENCE

Track eye disease progression by viewing multiple longitudinal imaging studies for a single patient concurrently.

EHR Integration

MAXIMIZE INTEROPERABILITY

Support integration with leading EHR vendors and leverage industry standards of DICOM, HL7, and the cloud for maximum portability and compatibility of image records.

fundus cameras

LEVERAGE EXISTING CAMERA INVESTMENT

Convert existing fundus camera to a fully digital system.

Merge Eye Care Solutions
Provide an opportunity to meet the growing need for increased patient visits, early detection and accurate tracking of disease progression.

Supports Retinal Screening
Merge solutions can support your retinal screening program by enabling sharing, storage, and interpretation of images. Merge Eye Care PACS™, iConnect® Cloud Archive, and iConnect® Network Services support the review of ocular images and the transmission of imaging orders and results.
“The Merge Eye Care PACS interface is very much geared to the clinician. Doctors are presented with ophthalmology-specific tools that make it easy to view, diagnose and manage their patient's images.”
Rick Stratton, Senior Systems Analyst, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute