To facilitate a smooth integration of your AdaptDx® tabletop device into your practice, we’ve included several useful documents to help doctors and staff make the most of dark adaptation testing.
Testing Resources for Technicians
These resources are made specifically for technicians to help them optimize their use of the AdaptDx. We’ve included tips for interpreting test results, answers to frequently asked questions, as well as scripts to help guide conversations with patients regarding dark adaptation testing and provide step-by-step instructions during testing.
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.
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 tabletop.
This form is a quick and effective way for you to document recomemendations for your patients, such as lifestyle changes or implementation of nutraceutical supplements.
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 your patients.
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 automated dark adaptometer.
Letters to Partnering Doctors
This template can help you communicate with your retina specialists, regarding your treatment plans for your patients with AMD.
Recommended Supply List
A darkroom is imperative for the proper function of the AdaptDx tabletop device, as ambient light can cause an invalid test result. This document outlines some simple solutions, such as draft seals and electrical tape, to ensure your testing room stays dark.
Written by eye care professionals for eye care professionals, these e-books provide guidelines to assist optometrists in the management of age-related macular degeneration, as well as help explain the disease and treatment options.