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:
1. How does the Unity lens matching tool work?
It asks the patient a series of questions about their digital lifestyle, current symptoms, and age, then uses an advanced algorithm to recommend an ideal Unity lens based on their responses.
2. How does the tool help with dispensing Unity Relieve specifically?
3. How else does the tool help in the practice?
4. Does the tool only match the patient to a Unity Relieve lens?
No. While it’s a great aid in the making 50 or 70 decision, the lens matching tool – as the name implies – connects your patient with their most appropriate lens. If their responses identify them as a progressive wearer, it’ll return a recommendation for Unity Via Progressives or Unity Via OfficePro based on symptoms and needs. If they’re single vision wearers, it’ll steer them in the right direction for Unity Relieve or standard Unity Single Vision Lenses.
5. What’s the most effective way to use the tool with your patients?|
As they say, there’s always more than one way to skin a cat. So, we recommend taking one of the following two approaches to get the most value out of the tool.
How to share the link with your patients.
Simply hit the button below at any time. Once the tool opens, copy the url (that is the page’s web address) in the browser window at the top of your screen. Paste it in the email to your patient. That’s it!
If you’re having them take the assessment at check-in, we highly recommend bookmarking the page by clicking on the appropriate button of your preferred internet browser (it’s usually right next to the url). That way it’s only one click away at all times.
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