RetinaVue™ Network

Breakthrough technology makes diabetic retinal exams SIMPLE and AFFORDABLE for primary care.

See how the RetinaVue Network can help identify and reduce one of the leading causes of preventable blindness.


414 million people are living with diabetes. That number will grow to 642 million by 2040.

More than 80% of patients living with diabetes will develop diabetic retinopathy. 

On average, less than half of all diabetics receive potentially vision-saving diabetic retinal exams (DREs). 

Introducing the Welch Allyn RetinaVue Network


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RetinaVue™ 100 Imager

The world's most advanced, handheld
fundus camera captures high-quality
images in minutes.

FDA Listing #D258266

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RetinaVue™ Network Software

Secure, HIPAA-compliant server to
transfer encrypted images and review
patient results.

FDA Listing #D150615

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RetinaVue™ P.C.

        Diagnostic interpretation services via a network of board-certified, state-licensed ophthalmologists.


RetinaVue Network can help achieve up to 90% compliance in 12 months, helping to preserve vision and increase quality metrics

Improve Quality Metrics and Revenue 


Annual retinal examinations are included in the NCQA® HEDIS® ratings program, the Medicare Advantage STAR quality rating program, and Medicare quality ratings program.


“In the category of Medicare diabetes retinal screenings, [RetinaVue] helped our client, Summit Medical Group, move from a one-star quality rating to a four-star rating by one of its major insurance providers within one year.”

–Jack Kam, executive leader and chief science & innovation officer for Summit Strategic Solutions


It is like adding an eye specialist to your team.

“In addition to identifying, classifying and documenting all levels of diabetic retinopathy from very mild to vision threatening, we have also been able to diagnose a surprising assortment of important systemic diseases based on RetinaVue fundus images—including papilledema, hypertension, macular degeneration (AMD), cancer and stroke.”

Chief Medical Officer, RetinaVue P.C.

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