White papers and eBooks

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Over the past two years, the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted both the importance of and inequities related to accessing adequate eye care. However, consumers continue to see the importance of eye care services, and the value they place on vision care as part of their overall health is climbing. Learn more about how the perceptions of vision care and eye wellness among Americans are evolving, and how they are looking to their health plans and eye care providers to close the gaps in access to care.
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Social determinants of health (SDoH)—i.e., health-related behaviors, socioeconomic factors, and environmental factors—are major drivers of health disparities. Factors that contribute to SDoH can range from the ability to access safe and secure housing to the availability of healthy food options. In our white paper, we explore SDoH vision care disparities among ethnic groups, the impact of SDoH on vision health by age, and how health plans may choose to address the financial impact of vision care disparities.
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Vision problems can have a significant human and financial toll. Not only do eye diseases have a detrimental effect on people’s overall quality of life, their resulting disabilities also impact their ability to work. Eye disease and vision loss also cost the United States $68 billion annually. This eBook explores the most common eye diseases and their social and economic impact, including age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma.
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The second annual Vision Wellness Study looks at people’s perceptions of eye care during a landmark year for the healthcare industry, including the value of eye care services, interest in telemedicine, and concerns about eye care costs.
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During times of challenge and crisis, telemedicine is playing an increasingly important role in eye care delivery. This cultural shift to ocular telemedicine has been sped up by the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, with patients unable to easily access in-person care for non-emergencies. Our new whitepaper describes this paradigm shift but notes that in-person eye exams are still required in many cases.
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Open enrollment is an important time for your organization. It’s an opportunity to tidy up your benefits packages to ensure you’re investing in perks and promoting programs your employees will use. In this eBook you will learn five ways to maximize your open enrollment success.
Cover of an eBook about investing in vision
Learn about the critical connection between eye health and overall wellness and how investing in managed vision care can help lower your medical and health care costs in our eBook.
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