Among the plethora of benefits for practices with Premier Program status, Unity Savings is one of the most valuable. With the enhanced program set to roll out in 2020, certain aspects of Unity Savings will be changing as well.
Since much of what you may have come to expect is changing so soon, it’s critical to know what exactly is changing and how the program will continue to reward high-performing practices.
Patient education is just one of several challenges when it comes to dispensing. Patients depend on their OD and optician to make the right recommendation for their vision.
When it comes to choosing frames, lens designs, and enhancements, you are the foremost expert. The world of optics can be confusing to many patients, and no two patients are alike. Because patients don’t know which lenses and enhancements they need, it’s important to help them understand why you are recommending a given solution.
VSP recently asked eye care professionals (ECPs) nationwide for performance reviews on Unity's new task-oriented lens. According to the survey results, Unity Via OfficePro has already emerged as a top performer in the workplace. See exactly how it rated and what ECPs had to say in this infographic.
A recent survey shows that almost half of Americans do not know what digital eye strain is. Additionally, most aren’t aware that lenses and enhancements are available to help with irritated eyes or visual issues that arise from daily screen time. These and other concerning findings surfaced in recent digital eye strain research conducted by Jobson/WebMD and by The Vision Council.
Digital eye strain symptoms are surging, while awareness of their cause—and alleviation—remains low. Digital eye strain sufferers are desperate for help. This presents you with a fantastic opportunity to provide them an informative, personalized, effective, and ultimately satisfying experience.
Now you can help your patients understand the symptoms associated of too much screen time, and the lenses available to help reduce them.
The Unity Lens Matching Tool is an interactive assessment tool that helps gauge a patient’s digital eye strain symptoms and match them with their perfect lens. But before you use it with your patients, there’s probably some questions you’d like answered on it.
So, putting ourselves in your shoes, we put together five questions we’d want answered if we were eye care professionals:
In a recent VSP provider survey,* eye care professionals (ECPs) were asked for their opinions on Unity Via Progressive Lenses. From ECP and patient satisfaction to ease of dispensing and overall performance, Unity’s digital, effortless, customized progressives earned top rankings from industry pros.
Eye care professionals (ECPs) have made their voices heard and the overwhelming sentiment is that they’re extremely happy with Unity Via. A recent survey*conducted by VSP® asked ECPs to rate Unity Via against the top players in the progressive lens space, and the relatively new participant in the category more than held its own.
Here’s a look at a few standout questions and answers from the survey:
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