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By kristalamb
Posted date: November 26, 2019

Tele-retina Screening test being done on patient


The latest issue of the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology features a paper from Diabetes Action Canada researcher Dr. Valeria Rac looking at the economic analysis of the tele-retina screening program for diabetic retinopathy.

Dr. Rac and her team concluded that this program is a more cost-effective means of screening for diabetic retinopathy than the current standard form of care for urban and rural individuals with diabetes who are at risk of being under-screened.

You can read the full paper on the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology website.

Learn more about Diabetes Action Canada’s Tele-Retina Screening Program here.



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