Close Diabetes Care Gaps in Your Communities

Intercepting patients during routine retail health visits with the RetinaVue care delivery model can help close care gaps, increase service offerings and improve payor partnerships. Learn more in our eBook, The Solution is in Sight, The Complete Guide to a Successful Teleretinal Program

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See the RetinaVue 700 Imager in Action

The world's most advanced handheld retinal camera* and a breakthrough patient-centered retinal imaging technology made for retail health.

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Turnkey Diabetic Retinal Solution for Retail

60% of patients living with diabetes comply with annual retinal exams3
80% of patients will eventually develop some stage of diabetic retinopathy3
95 Percent

Saving Vision for Patients Living with Diabetes in Your Communities

Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in working-age adults.1


95% of vision loss due to diabetic retinopathy can be prevented with early detection.2


Before It’s Too Late

Watch Monica’s story of losing her vision after diabetic retinopathy was detected too late.

RetinaVue Care Delivery Model

Help preserve the vision of your patients living with diabetes with a simple, five-minute eye exam during routine primary care visits. Only Hillrom delivers the three keys to a successful teleretinal program:

Simple and Affordable Hardware

Easy-to-use Hardware

Secure Software Network

Secure Software Network

Nationwide Services and Support

Nationwide Services and Support

Improve Outcomes

  • Accurately document chronic conditions such as diabetes and its complications to help inform care planning4

  • Improve total cost of care with early detection and treatment5


1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Vision Health Initiative (VHI). Published September 29, 2015. Updated June 3, 2020. Accessed September 9, 2022. 

2. “New Treatment Options, Better Hope of Preventing Vision Loss from Diabetes | National Eye Institute.” Published November 19, 2015. Accessed September 9, 2022.

3. Diabetic Retinopathy Preferred Practice Pattern® from the American Academy of Ophthalmology,, ISSN 0161-6420/19. Accessed July 29, 2020.

4. Formativ Health. Published 2018. Updated 2018. Accessed February 3, 2020.

5. Vojta D, De Sa J, Prospect T, Stevens S. Effective interventions for stemming the growing crisis of diabetes and prediabetes: a national payer’s perspective. Health Aff (Millwood). 2012;31:20-26.

*Based on a technical comparison against key market competitors (06-2022).