TECHNOLOGY: CLICK: The Practice & Exam Lane CheckedUp Adds New Features to Help ECPs With Decision Making By CLICK Staff Wednesday, October 31, 2018 9:45 AM NEW YORK—CheckedUp, a specialty point of care and patient education company, is adding several new product features to optimize their health care decision technology. With over 5,000 eyecare professionals in the CheckedUp network, the technology empowers patients during their health care journey by engaging and educating them about their care, preventions, conditions, and treatment options.Content on the platform is utilized in over 40 million patient visits annually across all eyecare specialties including glaucoma, retina, optometry, cornea and cataract. To further improve these patient visits and maintain its impact in a patient-centric health industry, CheckedUp has made several updates to both the Explorer Waiting Room TV, and CheckedUp Consult Digital Exam Room Wallboard. CheckedUp Explorer helps build awareness and provideS education to patients as they wait for their appointment. CheckedUp Consult improves the patient-physician dialogue and productivity by quickly and easily presenting conditions and educational content. Physicians can zoom, rotate, and annotate on 3D anatomical renderings and share them directly with their patients and caregivers via email.To further its engaging and interactive experience, CheckedUp Explorer now features a full screen takeover to help highlight and provide focus for patients on specific treatment and procedure options.Patients now have the opportunity to enter "text to" campaigns. This includes an opt-in to brand CRM campaigns and to download patient discussion guides to their personal devices in the moments just before they see their physician.CheckedUp Consult now delivers an augmented experience by bringing virtual specialty counselors into the exam room with 32" full-screen takeovers. The counselor helps streamline and optimize pre- and post-operation/procedure discussions. The full-size video makes the patient feel as if they are in a personalized conversation with a registered surgical counselor.