Lens Testing Goes High-Tech
Dr. Brill has announced that Brill Eye Center has just made a major change in how the examination for glasses gets done. “We have invested in technology that makes the lens testing device called a phoropter a computerized test.
Now, all of the automated instruments will talk to each other and our electronic medical records practice management system.” Early reports from patients have been really positive that those “which is better, 1 or 2?” choices are now really easy to make and take less time.
Since the instruments all work together there is less likelihood of clerical errors, too. Come in to see the 4 Marco TRS-5100 automated refraction systems that Dr Brill has installed.