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AdaptDx Pro Testing Resources for Technicians

These resources are made specifically for technicians to help them optimize their use of the AdaptDx Pro.

AdaptDx Pro Testing Protocol

Adding dark adaptation testing to detect signs of age-related macular degeneration can be done seamlessly. In this resource, we outline how to assess clinical workflow and designate specific roles to staff that will allow you to easily incorporate dark adaptation testing into your practice.

When To Perform AdaptDx Testing

A key component to the successful implementation of dark adaptation testing is understanding when to perform it during the exam, whether that is during the pretest, dilation, or at the end of the examination. Here are answers to frequently asked questions for implementing dark adaptation testing into your practice flow around other procedures that may or may not impact the results of the test.

Symptom and Risk Assessment Form

It isn’t always easy to identify patients who should be tested for AMD. Our Symptom and Risk Assessment Form helps patients evaluate their symptoms and risks of developing AMD, allowing your staff to determine who is a good candidate for testing with the AdaptDx Pro headset.

Treatment Plan

This form offers a quick and effective way for you to document recommendations for your patients, such as lifestyle changes or implementation of nutraceutical supplements.

Implementation Guides

We’ve created these implementation guides to help you integrate dark adaptation testing into your clinical workflow. Choose from several options to determine your preferred flow for testing patients with your AdaptDx Pro headset.

Reimbursement Overview

This reimbursement overview is intended to provide information to health care providers regarding appropriate third-party payer coding, coverage, and reimbursement for testing performed with the AdaptDx Pro headset dark adaptometer.

Letters to Partnering Doctors

These templates can help you communicate with various partners, including other medical professionals, regarding your treatment plans for patients with AMD.