How much does Optos Daytona cost?

How much does Optos Daytona cost?

ROI: The full purchase price of the Optos Daytona is $85,000. Initially, we paid per image saved with a monthly minimum.

What does Optos Daytona do?

Daytona Optos Retinal Imaging Camera Daytona is a scanning retinal imaging instrument that is able to take ultra-wide images of a patient’s retina. This device can take around a 200-degree image of the retina in one image and can capture the picture in less than one second.

How much does an Optos California cost?

The full-purchase price is about $85,000.

Is Optos the same as optomap?

What is an optomap? The optomap is a digital image of the retina produced by Optos scanning laser technology. It is the only technology that can capture 82% view of your retina at one time.

What is optos California?

Optos is Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging. California has three versions available to be customizable for use in multiple eyecare settings and the new hardware and software technology will enable practitioners to see more, discover more and effectively treat more ocular pathology thus promoting patient health.

How do I clean my optos machine?

– Use a soft, slightly damp cloth to clean the plastic surfaces. – Ensure debris does NOT fall inside the device. – Use a glass-cleaning agent to clean the PC monitor and touch screen.

Is optos covered by insurance?

Optomap is usually not covered by insurance unless it’s medically necessary to diagnose an internal eye problem. Our office charges a minimal fee of $39 for a digital retinal image for all adults and offer it to all students at $29.

How much does an optomap cost?

How much does optomap cost? Only $39!

What kind of software does the Daytona come with?

In addition, the Daytona device comes with the Optos Advance ™ browser-based image review software, which allows for simple documentation, monitoring and referral processing to assist in patient management and improved patient flow.

What is OPTOS Daytona?

The next generation of Optos technology, Daytona has been scaled to accommodate smaller office spaces while providing ultra-high resolution imaging, and adding new ultra-widefield autofluorescence capabilities.

What is eyeonly OPTOS® technology?

Only Optos ultra-widefield technology can capture a 200° view (or 82%) of the retina in a single, high resolution optomap ® image in less than ½ second. Daytona offers autofluorescence imaging with green laser light and 3-in-1 Color Depth imaging ™ .

What is Daytona?

Daytona produces a 200° single-capture opto map retinal image of unrivaled clarity in less than ½ second. This fast, easy, patient-friendly, ultra-widefield imaging technology was designed for healthy eye screening and has been shown to improve practice flow and patient engagement. Why Daytona?