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IRIS Blog: See the Potential

How to Tackle Diabetic Eye Exams: Prisma Health

IRIS recently hosted a webinar with our client Prisma Health, based out of South Carolina. Dr. Saria Saccocio, Ambulatory Chief Medical Officer, and Katie Lawrence, Director of Ambulatory Integration & Optimization, joined IRIS' Vice President of Client Success Matt Tuck to talk through the successes and challenges of implementing an IRIS program throughout their organization.


What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence is a hot topic that’s ever-expanding. Learn more about the future of AI in medicine and get answers to your questions in this blog.

How to Choose the Right Tools for Retinal Screenings

Picking a retinal imaging camera is crucial for your company & clients. We compiled three considerations to make purchasing your tools easier. Read on, here!

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3 Resources for Diabetic Patients

A diabetes diagnosis is liable to change a life in more ways than one. Check out this guide for resources to help your diabetic patients in their daily lives.

What is Diabetic Retinopathy?

Dr. Ron Gross is a board-certified ophthalmologist. His areas of interest include eye disease screening and population health. He currently serves as Chief Medical Officer for IRIS and plays an integral role in building the reading center platform, quality assurance, clinical trials and research projects, working closely with the product and business development teams. Prior to joining IRIS, he served on the IRIS Board of Advisors and was also an IRIS customer. He served as chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology and Director of the WVU Eye Institute from 2013 through 2018 and helped bring the IRIS solution to their rural primary care clinics.

Read on to learn more about diabetic retinopathy and how it affects vision as explained by Dr. Gross!

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