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October 25, 2012
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SYSTEMS / EQUIPMENT

Dynavision to Re-Sell Eyeport

EXAMS / DISPENSING

ABB Concise’s CL Supply Tutorial

WEB TECH

PatientCal.com Appointment Scheduling Service

TOOLS / SUPPLIES

Precision Tool Technologies’ QC²
EyeDocApp

SYSTEMS / EQUIPMENT

Dynavision to Re-Sell Eyeport Vision Training System


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Product:
Eyeport Vision Training System
Top Line: Dynavision International has announced that they will re-sell the Eyeport Vision Training System, adding a complement to their D2 vision training products. Eyeport will be resold into the Dynavision athletic, rehab and home athletic markets.
Close Up: Eyeport uses a patented system of alternating red and blue lights that trigger responses in the eye due chromatic aberration. The focusing system contracts when it sees red and relaxes looking at blue. By combining eye exercises with specific colored lights, the Eyeport strengthens vision skills.
D2 is a training device that improves reaction time, hand-eye coordination, peripheral awareness, cognitive processing, agility and other visual‐motor and movement skills for athletes, rehab patients, tactical and others.
“The cognitive challenge and physical movement aspects of the Dynavision D2 are not represented by Eyeport, which makes the product incredibly complementary to the D2 because of its own its own visual field training strengths,” said Dynavision CEO Phil Jones. “Eyeport will improve visual performance in the comfort of your home or office and will demonstrate weaknesses in the visual field and help work to correct them.”
Vital Stats: The Eyeport is priced at $239 to consumers, and can be found on the Dynavision website.
www.dynavisiond2.com

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EXAMS / DISPENSING

ABB Concise Offers New Contact Lens Annual Supply Training Tutorial for Office Staff


Product:
Annual Supply Tutorial
Top Line: ABB Concise has developed an Annual Supply Tutorial, available on abbconcise.com exclusively for ABB Concise accounts and their office staff. This 13-minute tutorial provides doctors and their staff with strategies for presenting and closing the sale on annual supplies of soft contact lenses.
Close Up: Lynda Baker, executive vice president of ABB Concise explained, "This Annual Supply Tutorial was developed to help show doctors and their office staff the importance of selling annual supplies not only for their practice’s benefits of patient retention and office efficiencies but also for the patient’s overall cost savings, comfort, and visual acuity that comes with patient compliance. The tutorial walks through scenarios on how to handle objections for purchases of annual supplies of contact lenses, in addition to providing scripts for those scenarios. It also shows doctors and their staff how to utilize the other annual supply tools that we offer exclusively for our accounts."
Vital Stats: To view the Annual Supply Tutorial, ABB Concise accounts can log onto abbconcise.com and find it on the ECP tools page. For further assistance with developing role playing scenarios and office staff training, accounts can contact their ABB Concise sales representative to schedule an appointment. Later this year, the tool will also be made into an interactive document available for use on an iPad.
www.abbconcise.com

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WEB TECH

Appointment Scheduling Service Can Boost Productivity


Product:
PatientCal.com
Top Line: PatientCal is a new online appointment scheduling service designed specifically for those in the healthcare industry.
Close Up: PatientCal allows patients to book an appointment directly from the practice’s Web site at their convenience, allowing the staff to save time and use their time more productively. The service allows patients to make appointments even when the office is closed.
PatientCal also offers automatic appointment reminders, saving the practice the cost of sending out recalls in the mail. PatientCal scans a list of patients who are due for their next appointment and sends them a series of emails encouraging them to book their next appointment online.
Additional highlights:
• Reduce no-shows with email appointment reminders
• Free website included
• View your schedule from the office, home, or from your mobile device
Vital Stats: PatientCal currently offers a free trial.
www.PatientCal.com; (888) 580-0009

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TOOLS / SUPPLIES

Precision Tool Technologies Intros QC²


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Product:
QC² lens (Quick Check/Quality Control)
Top Line: Precision Tool Technologies, Inc. is introducing the QC² lens. The QC² lens (patent pending) grid design provides a quick visual check for identifying axis and position errors as well as combination errors in the lens finishing process.
Close Up: Axis and positioning errors can occur in many different areas; tracing, layout and edging. Slip/twist during edging, wrong drill hole locations or human error are also contributing factors in axis errors. By using the QC² lens to identify and correct individual or combination errors, guesswork is eliminated at final inspection in determining where the error occurred.
The QC² lens is designed to be used every day in the lab’s set up process for checking size and axis on edgers. In addition to checking size and axis, the QC² lens validates the entire finishing process.The QC² lens Quality Control process helps to provide the lab with first-time throughput, eliminating the cost and time of redoing today’s expensive lenses.
Vital Stats: The QC² lens is designed to work in conjunction with Precision Tool Technologies’ current products: Truform Tracing Standard, Lens Alignment Gauges, Drilled Rimless Gauges and the Digi-Sizer II for digital measurement of the lens circumference.
www.precisiontooltech.com; (800) 450-8665

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