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    Carleton Fong

    We were looking for a camera that obtained quality images and was easy to use. The new camera has done that for us. It was very easy for everyone in the office to learn how to use the device, and it t…

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    — Carleton Fong, OD
    Gerald Geist

    The AFC-330 has become one of the most important pieces of equipment in my practice. It is something I don't know how I have practiced without. The speed, true automation and minimal reliance on a tec…

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    — Gerald Geist, OD
    Anthony Huang

    With our old camera, it was challenging and more time-consuming to obtain quality images. There were times that I had to assist the staff with capturing images or retaking a series of images from the …

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    — Anthony Huang, OD
    Henry Moore

    "The beauty of the Marco AFC330 Fundus Camera lies in its ability to automatically focus and acquire a perfect fundus photo in normally one take. Then, using the Nidek Navis EX software, the images ca…

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    — Henry Moore, OD
    John Warren

    The AFC-330 has been the easiest clinical addition I’ve made to the practice. I actually unboxed it and trained the staff myself before the trainer got there. It’s that easy to use. And my staff loves…

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    — John Warren, OD
    Les Friedman

    We looked at virtually all of the autorefractor models from the various companies. The ARK-1 series showed to be more consistent and accurate during the demonstrations versus non-Marco models.

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    — Les Friedman, OD
    Charles Collins

    Much of the emphasis around autorefraction is placed on the time it saves – with good reason. When I performed the refraction myself, I averaged 10 to 15 minutes per patient. Using the EPIC system, re…

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The EPIC refraction system from Marco has been a key addition to our practice that has helped us achieve this improved quality of care while simultaneously improving our efficiency. We purchased our f…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    JC Noreika

    We use the EPIC on all new patients, saving time over manual refraction. Surgical workups also take less time because patients are afforded a variety of tests at a single workstation. The need to move…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Larry Patterson

    We’ve been using the EPIC 5100 system from Marco for 10 years in multiple practice locations, and the system is indispensable. The primary reason for getting the EPIC was to get consistent, accurate r…

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Dori Carlson

    Marco’s EPIC system has empowered the staff by allowing them to do more with patients. Technicians conduct all the pretesting and transfer the data to the TRS console in the exam room via a credit car…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Steven Chander

    Marco may be the leader in vision diagnostics, but the devices are just part of the formula. After my EPIC system purchase, my area manager has maintained close contact with me for seven years, he's a…

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    — Steven Chander, OD
    Richard Edlow

    For anyone considering the EPIC, the Marco Area Manager will work closely with you to reevaluate your patient flow from an efficiency standpoint. Within 3 months of our first EPIC purchase, we bought …

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Mary Lou French

    I love the software and I love the Marco equipment. Patients are impressed with the EPIC and speedy refractions. I personally enjoy being able to complete the refraction, pull the equipment away and s…

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    — Mary Lou French, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    I didn’t want to use a manual refractor, so I bought the EPIC refraction system. My staff and I trained on it for about a day, and I moved all of my refractions over to the EPIC with OPD and TRS-5100 …

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD

    Having the technicians refract on the EPIC has been a benefit to my practice. There has been a definite WOW factor with our patients that we did not anticipate. Also, It gives the doctors more time wi…

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    — Vince Graniero, OD
    Mike Johnson

    Marco automation delivers 24.4% practice revenue growth in 12 months. I linked my Marco technologies to my EMR system and office efficiencies and productivity have improved so much with these automate…

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    — Mike Johnson, OD
    Janet Mint

    The area surrounding my office was growing, the phone was ringing and I couldn't see patients fast enough. I was turning business away because I couldn't schedule patients for several months. After a …

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Scot Morris

    The most wonderful feature about the EPIC system is its ability – with just the quick turn of one dial – to alternate between a patient’s current prescription and the “new and improved” prescription. …

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Jennifer L. Stewart

    The EPIC system decreases work times to less than 10 minutes, and performs the refraction in three to five minutes, saving at least five to eight minutes as compared to a traditional, manual refractor…

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    — Jennifer L. Stewart, OD

    The EPIC system isn’t just easier on doctors and techs — it’s easier for patients, too. Our patients tell us that they like the EPIC experience much better than manual refraction. They’re very happy t…

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    — Ginger Ball, Lead Technician
    Dan D. Chambers

    While cutting work-up time and wait time is one way to find time, another is to streamline your testing process. We accomplished this with Marco’s EPIC workstation, which performs many standard tests …

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    — Dan D. Chambers, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    In our large, high volume practice, the EPIC has been an excellent fit. The cost of the equipment is more than recaptured in staff savings and a smoother, better workflow for staff and surgeons. It al…

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator

    Our Marco EPIC systems actually pulled devices from multiple rooms into a single room and a single sitting. It’s fast, accurate and efficient, and it documents a patient’s complaint of glare, which in…

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    — Amber Grubb, Administrator
    Kevin Henne

    In addition to improving the quality of our examinations, the EPIC 5100 has greatly increased the efficiency of our patient throughput. We previously examined about 360 patients per month, and now we …

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    — Kevin Henne, OD

    The EPICs offer consistent refractive results, move patients through the practice in less time with greater satisfaction, and even reduce the square footage required in our offices. The time savings w…

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    — Tom Restivo, Administrator

    Using the EPIC refraction system from Marco, the technician can easily show the patient the difference between his current prescription and his new refraction. That side-by-side illustration helps edu…

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    — Trent Roark, Administrator

    The EPIC allows us to have more lanes in less space, it’s more efficient, and workups are accurate and consistent, interfaced easily with the EMR system. The EPIC lets us see two to four more patients…

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    — Susan Thomas, Administrator

    I saw a Marco chair model at another practice and I compared the tilt back and electronic versions. For the price and functionality, the tilt back worked better for me. In eight years only one has bro…

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    — Kevin Kelly, MD
    Dennis DeLee

    The ion is easy to use and images are crisp and clear. I can mirror an image onto my screen with Airplay to share a problem with a patient. Seeing a problem the way I see it is very helpful in getting…

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    — Dennis DeLee, OD
    Kimberly Tinge

    We've been very happy with our Ion. We had heard doctors speak about taking slit lamp pictures with their smartphones, but we'd never been able to do it well. The ion made it so simple. I do use it fo…

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    — Kimberly Tinge, OD
    Richard Edlow

    We successfully increased our patient volume with the simple addition of a piece of equipment from Marco. We traded out our old autorefractor with the M3 which rapidly provides precise objective refra…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Michael Chow

    The M3 from Marco provides us with fast and accurate refractive and keratometric measurements. The tonometry measurements are extremely accurate compared to Goldmann readings on the same patient. We d…

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    — Michael Chow, OD, MBA
    Dwayne Baharozian

    The OPD-Scan III efficiently provides exam data, which keeps patients happy in a busy, one-ophthalmologist practice.

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    — Dwayne Baharozian, MD
    Luke Barker

    Our practice chose the OPD III because of its efficiency, ease of use for our staff, and the power in data gathering it combines that other machines don't offer.  In just a few seconds, I can have ima…

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    — Luke Barker, MD
    Robin Beran

    My staff loves the OPD-Scan III because it is easy to use and fast.  Patients love it because they don’t have to go from instrument to instrument and I can visually show them why we can correct their …

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    — Robin Beran, MD
    John Berdahl

    With one highly reliable and consistent device, the OPD, I can quickly measure multiple parameters that allow me to match the best IOL with the patient’s visual goals.

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    — John Berdahl, MD
    Lenka Champion

    I think the OPD Scan is a wonderful tool, especially for patients who have had multifocal implants. I have certainly, as any other surgeon, had--have had a physician--a patient with an outcome that is…

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Arturo Chayet

    It’s not easy to tell exactly which lens a patient needs, so it’s a very nice thing that the OPD III and IOL station software automatically chooses the best lens for the patient. There’s no one partic…

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    — Arturo Chayet, MD
    Lisa K. Feulner

    I am thoroughly enjoying using the OPD-Scan III. It has already become a fully integrated and invaluable tool in my office.  There are numerous ways that I use the OPD-Scan III in my every day clinica…

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    — Lisa K. Feulner, MD, PhD
    Damien Gatinel

    The OPD-Scan III helps to measure the corneal spherical aberration, so we select the proper IOL to match the aberration.

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    — Damien Gatinel, MD
    Arun Gulani

    The OPD-Scan III helps us to understand the reasons patients complain whether they came for the first visit after getting glasses from the optometrist and looking into refractive surgery of a premium …

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Faisal Haq

    When I do an OPD measurement, it actually gives me refractions under mesopic and photopic conditions. Depending on the patient, I’ll give them a night pair of glasses or I’ll give them one pair for ni…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Edward Hedaya

    The OPD-Scan III performs many functions in seconds. If a practitioner understands its multiple scanning methodologies they will raise their level of care to their patients. Pupillometry, IOL position…

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    — Edward Hedaya, MD
    Bonnie Henderson

    Of all the technologies that I utilize for preoperative evaluation of my cataract patients, I believe the OPD-Scan III is one of the most important. I depend on the OPD III to evaluate the astigmatism…

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    — Bonnie Henderson, MD
    Richard Hoffman

    I have found the OPD to be an invaluable tool for both pre-operative and post-operative evaluation of our patients. The diagnostic summary allows me to assess and confirm the need for toric IOLs and l…

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    — Richard Hoffman, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    We added the OPD-Scan III to increase efficiency in the practice and capture as many data points as possible in the shortest amount of time. It delivers corneal topography, wavefront analysis, higher-…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mark A. Jank

    The OPD-Scan III amasses in a single source a multitude of information that is necessary for modern IOL selection and cataract surgery. Instead of moving patients around for testing, we take them to o…

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    — Mark A. Jank, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    I use the OPD-Scan III to help me best customize the implant to each patient. By looking at the data the OPD III provides, I can select which implant best suits the eye of the patient.  Sometimes we u…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Marguerite McDonald

    The OPD-Scan III is a great way to check your surgical technique post-operatively and one of the most common post op problems, whether its LASIK or PRK, is dry eye.  You can show a patient, on the OPD…

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    — Marguerite McDonald, MD
    JC Noreika

    Assessing the patient’s visual system beyond mere refractive error, the OPD-Scan III sets itself apart from basic auto-refraction technology. It is an elegantly designed, sophisticated instrument enab…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Larry Patterson

    The reason I got the OPD to begin with, we were having a lot of people who we put multi-focal implants in, and most of them were happy but a sizable minority were unhappy. And I learned later that par…

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Richard Prince

    The Marco OPD-Scan III is very useful - if you do a lot of refractive cataract surgery you can't live without it. We use it pre-op on all patients and I look at spherical aberration, topography, K's, …

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    — Richard Prince, MD
    James Salz

    The OPD helps me achieve the desired outcomes for both cataract and laser refractive surgeries.Before I choose an IOL or decide on limbal relaxing incisions, I need answers. Does the patient have asti…

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    — James Salz, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The OPD-Scan III helps me reach a goal of zero spherical aberration with my cataract patients. A few years ago, I studied how accurately and predictably dynamic skiascopy, the wavefront technology use…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    I purchased the OPD because I wanted to have a number of diagnostic devices and wanted to find a way to have it presented in a fairly efficient manner. For me it provides an autorefraction, a wavefron…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Jonathan H. Talamo

    We wanted something that would combine and automate testing in an inline fashion that allowed comparisons between important aspects of the refractive and anatomic states of the eye. It also had to be …

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    — Jonathan H. Talamo, MD
    Richard Tipperman

    There is no other technology that I’m aware of that really allows you to so quickly access high order aberrations, angle kappa, and pupil size all in one easy diagnostic test.

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    — Richard Tipperman, MD
    Toby Tyson

    One of my patients had IOL calculations that reflected a lot of cylinder. This would have been a toric patient, but as soon as I saw my OPD III printout, the top showed me this very interesting asymme…

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Paolo Vinciguerra

    You’re getting this in a single instrument, not multiple instruments. Without the OPD-Scan III, you have to use a topographer, move the patient to the aberrometer, and then move the patient again to d…

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    — Paolo Vinciguerra, MD
    Jeffrey A. Wipfli

    Though we knew little about the new OPD-Scan III, I’m very glad we were able to experience all of the advantages of the new device. I’ve been very happy with it for numerous reasons, the most importan…

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    — Jeffrey A. Wipfli, MD
    Kim Castleberry

    I have found the OPD to be a most valuable asset in my practice.  All I ever wanted in practice is an unfair advantage.  That is what I feel I get with the OPD coupled with digital refractors.  My wel…

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    — Kim Castleberry, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    Doctors who add the OPD-Scan III can expect to see positive changes in at least these four areas: improved efficiency, greater accuracy, enhanced patient experience and reduced employee costs.

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Sometimes, I’m surprised by what the topography reveals, especially if I obtained a good refraction and the patient is seeing well. I’m reminded of the value of the OPD-Scan III every time I diagnose …

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Scot Morris

    Marco’s OPD combines refraction, topography, wave-front analysis and a host of other features all into one ergonomic package. The OPD gives tremendously more information with one click than most tradi…

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Brett M. Paepke

    All of my patients have technician-guided topography and OPD-Scan III performed as part of a comprehensive eye examination. I then review the data with the patient in the examination room, making sure…

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    — Brett M. Paepke, OD
    Daniel Paul

    I purchased the OPD-Scan III which replaced my OPD-Scan II.  The old system gave me great results for six years but the new one is amazing! My office runs more efficiently and I believe it is much mor…

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    — Daniel Paul, OD
    John Warren

    Not only does the OPD-Scan III provide information more quickly and have the tracking horizontally, vertically and in and out to provide better and quicker data acquisition, but the sheer amount of da…

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    — John Warren, OD
    Troy White

    I love the topo and the higher order aberrations calculations on the OPD.  It helps me to show and explain to those difficult to refract patients why they can see as well as they want to be able to se…

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    — Troy White, OD
    Michael Wood

    I purchased my OPD Scan III about a year ago. I’m using it in my practice to increase efficiency. I previously had the OPD Scan II and I upgraded to the OPD III for the increase in technology that thi…

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    — Michael Wood, OD

    This machine is a game changer. With the OPD-Scan, you’re not going to have many returned prescriptions. You see the difference. You have confidence.

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    — Gomer Ines, Administrator
    JC Noreika

    In the clinic, the slit lamp remains the cornerstone of my ability to render high quality care for my patients. I have used many different slit lamps over my career, but none have impressed me with th…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Janet Mint

    If you ask eye care practitioners what is the most important piece of equipment in their office, most will tell you it is the biomicroscope. I invested in Marco's Ultra Series of slit lamps many years…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Charles Collins

    I cannot thank you enough for how well the TRS is working in our office. It is such a timesaver and has cut down on our remakes. This reduces our frustrations and increases our bottom line - both of w…

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The TRS-5100 rapidly completes all refractions and allows immediate patient verification of old vs. new prescriptions. This device employs a split prism method, which translates to no longer flipping …

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    JC Noreika

    The TRS meets all the utility criteria of advanced technology: the task of refraction is done more efficiently and accurately, while at the same time decreasing cost-my costs. And, I daresay, it makes…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Larry Patterson

    The addition of the TRS-5100 takes accuracy to a whole new level and provides me with the ultimate refraction information that we’ve been seeking. Now, we have happier, more satisfied patients with fe…

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Christine Bartoletti

    The Marco refraction system has streamlined the refraction process.  It reduces the "one or two" anxiety by allowing patients to view choices one and two simultaneously for part of the testing. It als…

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    — Christine Bartoletti, OD
    Robert C. Bauman

    We have increased our efficiency, improved patient satisfaction and reduced the training required by our technicians to provide truly state of the art eye care to our patients. Patients feel more conf…

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    — Robert C. Bauman, OD
    Dan Bintz

    The autorefractor is going to get a workout every day you are in the office. It just doesn't make sense to buy some unknown piece of equipment regardless of the cost when it is such a vital part of yo…

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    — Dan Bintz, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Our revenue per patient has risen. In part, that’s because the technology allows me to show people the changes in the Rx with a push of a button. Now I can say, "Here’s what you came in with, and here…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Steven Chander

    When you showed me that the system would not only pay for itself by facilitating the sales of multiple eyewear, but we would also be more efficient in seeing at least 2.5 more patients a day, I didn't…

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    — Steven Chander, OD
    Chris Deibert

    The TRS has helped to make patient assessments more accurate and efficient overall, and the system is especially useful for cataract and LASIK co-managing practices.

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    — Chris Deibert, OD
    Kurt Finklang

    The quick lens comparison is nice, but the big thing for me is how much easier exams are on my body now.  The ergonomic designs has alleviated much of the aches and shoulder pains as compared to the m…

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    — Kurt Finklang, OD
    Les Friedman

    We looked at virtually all of the autorefractor models from the various companies.  We chose the Marco TRS because of the great degree of automation. This will help with patient flow.  The ARK series …

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    — Les Friedman, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Optical conversions are dependent on many factors, not the least of which is the patient’s perception of their need to update their vision or style. The TRS digital refraction process allows me to com…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    I’ve increased my examination slots by four per day after only 4 weeks of use. I estimate my comprehen­sive eye examinations are up 10% over last year, without adding any hours to the schedule.

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    Harvey Hanlen

    We have a higher success rate with the high-end, digital lenses I want my patients to have. The TRS-5100 gives patients the power to decide if a prescription upgrade will be valuable.

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    — Harvey Hanlen, OD
    William Harrison

    Marco had a new TRS 5100 and it was in our office in 48 hours accompanied by the sales representative. He was in the office immediately not only to install but to train us on how to use the new instru…

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    — William Harrison, OD
    Joel Hayden

    I first was told of the benefits of the RT-5100 as a time saving measure due to our new EMR system slowing us down.  It greatly enhanced our exam time, reducing the issues we had with our new EMR syst…

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    — Joel Hayden, OD
    Grady Hollenbeck

    I love my Marco Refracting System. The best part is being able to show the patient the difference in vision between their old prescription and new, with just the push of a button. I've also found I re…

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    — Grady Hollenbeck, OD
    April Jasper

    When I started the process of searching for an automated refracting system I didn’t know the importance of integration with EMR. I purchased my first system before EMR was popular. Now that I have bee…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    Gary Kirshner

    I always knew about the Marco TRS-5100 refraction system but thought it would be too expensive to incorporate into my office. Lo and behold, Marco sent an email blast last November reminding me about …

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    — Gary Kirshner, OD
    Andrea Knouff

    The Marco refraction system has completely changed the way I practice optometry.  This innovative technology has enabled me to cut down on my time refracting, allowing me to spend more quality time wi…

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    — Andrea Knouff, OD
    Richard Levin

    The Marco TRS refracting system has proven to be the most significant addition ever made to our practice.  The technology allows for the most comprehensive, expeditious, accurate refraction possible. …

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    — Richard Levin, OD
    Lori Lippiatt

    Marco is clearly the Industry leader with digital refraction technology, training, and support, which influenced my decision to choose Marco digital refraction systems for our busy practice.  Marco ha…

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    — Lori Lippiatt, OD
    Oliver Lou

    My investment in the Marco automated refraction system has been one of the best I've made. The technology offers efficiency, reliability, great medical and refractive information, and a phenomenal wow…

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    — Oliver Lou, OD
    Gary R. Maglio

    I have to say there is only one word to describe the Marco RT-5100. WOW. That word not only describes how much easier, faster, and more efficient it is to do refractions, but also is the word my patie…

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    — Gary R. Maglio, OD
    Tom Mahon

    The TRS just works. The refraction is completely controllable without delay in response and is consistent. We've not had any glitches of any kind with it whereas the CV5000 is delayed in response, oft…

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    — Tom Mahon, OD
    Elizabeth McMunn

    The Marco TRS system has revolutionized our practice.

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    — Elizabeth McMunn, OD
    Michelle McReynolds

    My patients are impressed with the technology and I like the quick old vs new comparison. The TRS increases efficiency, which leads to more opportunities for optical sales.

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    — Michelle McReynolds, OD
    David Mills

    The Marco technology has certainly increased productivity within my practice. The TRS has not only improved my efficiency, but has enhanced my patient’s experience. Patients love the technology and we…

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    — David Mills, OD
    Jay Monson

    The process Marco implements, leads to increased profitability and efficiency. The EPIC allows more quality time with patients to make recommendations, while increasing the number of patients I can se…

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    — Jay Monson, OD
    Scot Morris

    Our practice’s favorite refractor is the Marco TRS-5100. Not only is it quiet, fast, efficient and comfortable, but it also has the "cool" factor. It allows us to evaluate, document and auto-populate …

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Samantha Nogales

    Having the TRS system has cut down so much on the time required to enter data into the phoropter and into the electronic health record. It shortens the time doing the refraction, and the choices are e…

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    — Samantha Nogales, OD
    William V. Padula

    I would like to thank you for introducing me to the Marco TRS automated ophthalmic equipment. It has made a significant difference with being able to conduct the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation exam.

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    — William V. Padula, OD

    Before installing my new Marco refracting instruments, I was experiencing neck and shoulder pain. My discomfort has markedly decreased. By making the refractive process faster, I am able to fit more p…

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    — Lisa Privett, OD
    Sasha L. Radford

    After using the TRS for the past two and a half years, I would never want to go back to using the old phoropter. In our Pontiac location, the TRS has made it possible to train our technicians to refra…

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    — Sasha L. Radford, OD
    Ryan Rosemore

    The refraction itself is extraordinarily accurate.

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    — Ryan Rosemore, OD
    Jennifer L. Stewart

    The TRS-5100 is completely programmable, allowing for the delegation of the refraction to staff, if needed. It features the ability to compare the new prescription with the old one at the touch of a b…

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    — Jennifer L. Stewart, OD
    Bryan M. Stoller

    The real reason I got my first TRS was because I was having shoulder problems from having my arms in the air all day with the manual phoropters. Almost immediately after I got my first TRS my discomfo…

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    — Bryan M. Stoller, OD
    John Warren

    The ability to quickly and easily show my patients the difference in the visual experience with their current Rx and their new Rx is incredibly helpful for my patients and for me. Patients appreciate …

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    — John Warren, OD
    Kevin Wells

    Patients love the technology and they have the confidence knowing that they are getting the best exam they could possibly get.

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    — Kevin Wells, OD
    Troy White

    I love the topo and the higher order aberrations calculations on the OPD. It helps me to show and explain to those difficult to refract patients why they can see as well as they want to be able to see…

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    — Troy White, OD
    Karen Wolf

    The TRS-5100 replaced our standard, manual refractors, a decades-old technology that had been in use since we opened our practice many years ago. It was time to evolve into an automated, state-of-the-…

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    — Karen Wolf, OD

    The Marco Refraction System has been a wonderful addition to our practice. It has helped us with clinical flow and efficiencies; improving glasses and contact prescription accuracy while decreasing th…

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    — Tim Couch, Operations Director
    JC Noreika

    The XFRACTION Process, with the OPD-Scan III as its crown jewel, is all about diagnostic acumen and clinical outcomes, patient convenience and satisfaction, and practice process efficiency. This techn…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Nathan Bonilla-Warford

    What’s unique about the XFRACTION process is that it quickly provides accurate clinical data in an efficient way that saves time and increases patient flow. Without this efficient technology, I would …

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    — Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
    Dori Carlson

    A few years ago I decided to make a decision with my practice. Before that, my technology for doing refractions was a standard refractor and a retinoscope. So, what I decided to do was bring in the Xf…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    This system has increased our office’s overall efficiency. The patient experience has been greatly improved, and that’s one reason why I like XFRACTION. People have choices when it comes to their eye …

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    I have used various autorefractors in my career, many have provided a good starting point for subjective refraction. However, with the OPD-Scan III and TRS-5100,  I now have the accuracy of wave front…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    The XFRACTION system has been a positive addition to my practice, particularly when considering return on investment and practice image. I believe that utilizing this cutting-edge technology has set m…

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    April Jasper

    With the XFRACTION system’s speed and accuracy, I was able to grow the practice in the space that I had. I now have 2,100 square feet and three lanes. At first, I thought I needed just the one system,…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    Mike Johnson

    Although I work hard, Marco played an integral role of my success.  What I found is that the total XFRACTION package shortened my exam time by an average of 5 minutes.  Instead of 25 minute complete e…

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    — Mike Johnson, OD
    Brett M. Paepke

    I like the accuracy and comprehensive nature of the data I receive from the XFRACTION process. When I enter the examination room, the results are on my screen. At a quick glance, I have a feel for wha…

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    — Brett M. Paepke, OD
    John Warren

    Patients really like the Xfraction process more than a traditional refraction because it’s over quicker. They are more confident about the results, it’s a different experience, and I am able to incorp…

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    — John Warren, OD

    Instead of spending 10 minutes performing a manual refraction, technicians spend 3 to 5 minutes checking patients’ vision, reading their glasses, capturing refractive and topographic data with the EPI…

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    — Ginger Ball, Lead Technician

    The doctors in my practice comfortably delegate all testing to our technicians. With the "Marco Connect" EMR capability, transcription errors are taken out of the equation.  We have fewer remakes in o…

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    — Alex Hall, Practice Administrator
    Dan D. Chambers

    The key is that EPIC supports performing a number of standard evaluations at the same time without moving the patient, which reduces wait time and even transportation time, particularly when you’re ta…

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    — Dan D. Chambers, Administrator
    Dan D. Chambers

    The EPIC also gives physicians the accurate and consistent results they need. Techs can perform more thorough evaluations for cataract refractive procedures while still keeping the time manageable.

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    — Dan D. Chambers, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    Of all the people in our office, the technician team has come to appreciate the EPIC the most. It has enabled many of our technicians to become specialists in their work. An individual’s strengths gea…

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    Our Epic technicians take pride of ownership in their part of the process, and as a result, they’re highly accountable to the practice and each other, which in turn has a tremendous positive effect on…

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    We’ve found that working directly with Marco to train on the equipment maximizes their mastery of the system. As such, we send all new Epic technicians for training at the Marco headquarters in Jackso…

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    Today, we have eleven Epic systems in seven offices, with integrated OPD-Scan II and III refractive diagnostic workstations. Our Epic technicians perform about two thirds of the workup, including the …

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator
    Myra Cherchio

    When we incorporated the Epic refraction workstation (Marco) into the biometry plan at our cataract practice, we already followed a one-visit model, but patients had to move several times within the p…

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    — Myra Cherchio, Administrator

    In our practice, we have the combination of the OPD-Scan III and TRS 5100. We’ve had a TRS for years in our office. My doctors are dedicated to patient care and being efficient, and are convinced that…

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    — Alex Hall, Practice Administrator

    The surgeons in our practice use the OPD-Scan III to help align Toric IOLs and to calculate all IOLs they use. This technology has improved their surgical outcomes. The doctors also impress the patien…

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    — Alex Hall, Practice Administrator

    In the case of the EPIC, what’s good for the practice is good for the patient, and what’s good for the patient is good for the practice. The most obvious example to us is that many patients see the “w…

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    — Tom Restivo, Administrator

    With two EPICs, we can have two techs working at the same time, so there’s no waiting for an exam lane. This minimizes patient wait time, which enhances the patient experience.

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    — Trent Roark, Administrator

    Although both the EPIC and the OPD-Scan III are operator friendly, we took advantage of Marco’s training for our staff. We sent technicians to Jacksonville, Florida, so they could get thorough, consis…

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    — Trent Roark, Administrator
    Dwayne Baharozian

    It’s quite gratifying to see how a patient’s preoperative astigmatism was so successfully reduced, or even eliminated, when comparing the postoperative to the preoperative OPD-Scan III results. This i…

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    — Dwayne Baharozian, MD
    Robin Beran

    We had the OPD-Scan II for nine years and upgraded to the OPD-Scan III.  The reason we upgraded to the OPD III is that it has the ability to record retro-illumination images, toric IOL summary with pr…

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    — Robin Beran, MD
    Robin Beran

    Using this sophisticated technology gives my patients the highest quality of care and is why my patients have a high satisfaction rate and send their friends.   My practice owes the success of my prem…

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    — Robin Beran, MD
    Lenka Champion

    The OPD III is a wonderful technology for premium patients. The wealth of information that is collected in a few seconds, in a few maps, can really help determine if a patient is a good candidate for …

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Lenka Champion

    In my experience what I have found is that ECCP, the estimated central corneal power, the number that we derive from the OPD is a very, very useful number to use for patients in postrefractive cases. …

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Lenka Champion

    In our practice we use the OPD to customize the aspheric lens to each patient.  The reading we get from the OPD we use to determine which implant is best for each patient.  So we many use an implant t…

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Lenka Champion

    I can take the OPD and scan these patients, even on postoperative day one, and I can already tell whether their implant is aligned simply by looking at the internal OPD.  This is a great tool to where…

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Lenka Champion

    Another way that OPD has been very useful is in patients who are getting multifocal implants. We now look at the angle kappa of these patients, look at their pupil size and look at where their aberrat…

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Lenka Champion

    A wealth of information is collected by the OPD III in a few seconds. One of the things it can help determine if a patient is a good candidate for premium IOL implantation.  With one of the maps, we c…

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    — Lenka Champion, MD
    Charles Collins

    With just one optometrist and me, Marco’s EPIC system enhances clinical outcomes while it saves time, increases revenue, and integrates seamlessly with our electronic health records (EHR).

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    The EPIC is highly accurate. I am very confident in the quality of the refraction. If I am performing cataract or refractive surgery, I know that I am getting the data I need.

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    The EPIC offers the lensmeter reading of a patient’s current prescription alongside comparative data to demonstrate how a change in axis or cylinder will improve vision. Patients are able to see the d…

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    There is no question that the EPIC increases sales. My optical business is 2.5 times what it was before we added the EPIC and a new design for the optical display.

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    The EPIC even offers a “wow factor” that I can showcase as a marketing tool. My EPIC room is visible from the waiting area. It piques patients’ curiosity, and it helps me get across the concept that I…

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    With the EPIC, patients are really wowed when they see their old and new prescriptions. It’s a practical tool that shows them the improvement we’re making in their vision correction. Nothing we could …

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Charles Collins

    With the EPIC, I have more time to converse and connect with patients or see more patients per day. Since we started using the EPIC, my technicians take about 6 minutes to get a good refraction, compa…

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    — Charles Collins, MD
    Lisa K. Feulner

    Thanks for your help in making the OPD installation and training such a success. I can't remember the last time I was this excited about a piece of equipment.   

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    — Lisa K. Feulner, MD, PhD
    Arun Gulani

    Premium eye surgery including premium lens technology and premium LASIK technologies requires a premium mind-set. The mind-set is not only a collaborative of premium technologies but also the process.…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    The OPD-Scan III also allows you to look at all the parameters of surgery and can now make non-candidates into candidates based on additional information that shows that they were not abnormal; it’s j…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    In my practice, which has a worldwide referral pattern of patients that may have had premium eye surgery and are unhappy with their vision, this technology has become my main stay of telling me what t…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    I think the OPD technology demonstrates a doctor’s commitment to excellence but also a desire to detail, plan, and customize surgery for premium outcomes. Your staff sees your commitment as far as pat…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    I think just like for surgery, we are looking for better and better microscopes to see things we never saw before to make our surgeries better.  The OPD technology is letting us understand things like…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    The OPD-Scan III helps us to understand the reasons the patients complain whether they came for the first visit after getting glasses from the optometrist or looking into refractive surgery or a premi…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Arun Gulani

    The OPD-Scan III can be integrated into the EMR systems that a doctor may have in their office prior to purchasing the technology and I think that’s a huge advantage because the future for all of us i…

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    — Arun Gulani, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The staffs loves the fact that the OPD is a one-stop shop for all of the tests that we need to do to work-up a cataract patient, a Lasik patient and just pretty much even just a regular, new patient t…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Faisal Haq

    We do a lot of premium IOLs. We do the multifocal IOLs, the Toric IOLs, and we also do the Crystalens. The OPD has become an integral part of our process in taking care of these patients both for preo…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Faisal Haq

    When I do an OPD it actually gives me refraction under scotopic conditions, mesopic conditions and photopics conditions.  So I can kind of see if there is a difference in the refraction based on their…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The OPD-Scan III has really helped us increase our efficiency and reduce patient wait times, and it really does have a significant wow factor.  Patients come into one room, one station, and they get t…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The OPD takes about 30 seconds for autorefraction, keratometry, pupillometry, corneal topography and wavefront aberrometry.

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The OPD device provides me with a wealth of information that I can use to determine a patient’s eligibility for a specific type of IOL. The OPD also allows me to separate the aberration profile of the…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Edward Hedaya

    We are living in an extraordinary time. We have the powerful ability to evaluate visual function in seconds well beyond the age old Snellen chart. We have the ability to share with our patients a bril…

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    — Edward Hedaya, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The EPIC system allows our technicians to obtain an accurate refraction in 2 to 3 minutes. Additionally, if the patient has a glare complaint, we can perform a quick glare test with the EPIC system th…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Bonnie Henderson

    One of the benefits of using the OPD-Scan III is the support by Marco. If there are any questions or issues, the team at Marco is very knowledgeable and quickly responses.

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    — Bonnie Henderson, MD
    Faisal Haq

    With the data obtained by the EPIC system, we can quickly assess information that is useful in determining a patient’s need and eligibility for cataract surgery or for a YAG capsulotomy.

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    Having to choose the best lens implant, whether it’s standard or advanced. It might influence other surgical decisions, such as whether to use a wavefront-guided or wavefront-optimized approach based …

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Faisal Haq

    The EPIC provides our practice with a diagnostic tool that helps not only to improve our clinical outcomes, but also improves our patient flow and overall efficiency. It’s an investment we feel easily…

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    — Faisal Haq, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    When patients move from one device to the next, their eyes dry out and the accuracy of the data declines. By getting the whole picture on one machine with the OPD-Scan III, we eliminate the risk of oc…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    So many times, as an eye surgeon we have a perfect outcome – J1 and they are reading 20/20 with their premium IOL.  Sometimes they are unhappy and you cannot figure out why?  Angle kappa measurements …

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    Patient education with the OPD-Scan III is graphic. Because I can show patients the reasons behind my recommendations, such as distinguishing between corneal and lenticular astigmatism and the need fo…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The staff adoption of the hi-tech equipment has been great and we have been using the EPIC (combination of the OPD III and TRS digital refractor) for example for 15 years and one of the first practice…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    Doing cataract surgery on post refractive patients makes it a challenge with everyone getting cataract surgery now.  I’ve now performed over 30,000 laser refractive procedures and a handful of RK proc…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    We do many toric IOL implants and at the time of surgery, position is critical - you need to know if it rotates the next day.  Even day one post op the pupils are already coming down or one week post …

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    We’ve had an EPIC workstation for at least 15 years and the flow from day 1 has improved.  We have multiple technicians – it’s great to have the technology.  Our flow time between patient limiting fac…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    We started EMR a year ago and the ease of transition diagnostics with the OPD III was great.  We have a second screen in our exam rooms, which the best feature I love with the EMR transition is that I…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The great thing is when you are looking at a lens implant, the first thing you need to know is if a patient has had hyperopic LASIK they are going to have a negative spherical aberration and myopic LA…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The biggest advantage of the OPD is flow issues - you improve flow, you improve efficient time equals money these days.  The second thing is the advanced diagnostics.  I can get an image in 10 seconds…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    So many times, as an eye surgeon we have a perfect outcome – J1 and they are reading 20/20 with their premium IOL and you cannot figure out why they are unhappy.  We did a small retro spec study that …

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The OPD III measures photopic and meopic pupil size, wave-front data to 9.5 mm, and angle kappa in easy-to-interpret mm or degrees, all in a single, fast sitting 20 second bilateral diagnostic evaluat…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    One great way to the use OPD III is to show a patient a map of the astigmatism created by both the lens and the cornea, and then easily demonstrate in the exam room what corneal astigmatism will remai…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    In addition to pupil size, spherical aberration, and angle kappa, the OPD III performs blue light corneal topography and measures lenticular astigmatism, and it only takes 20 seconds for both eyes. Th…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    Devices such as the Marco OPD III can measure scotopic/mesopic pupil and angle kappa in terms of degrees or mm and are very useful diagnostic tools in the IOL decision process. My practice utilizes th…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    Devices such as the Marco OPD III will give actual spherical aberration measurements in additional to angle kappa readings to aid in the IOL decision process for a patient with or without prior refrac…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The risk of possible future multifocal explanation in a dissatisfied patient may be avoided with use of devices such as the Marco OPD III to measure angle kappa and spherical aberration preoperatively…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    I can a show a patient her corneal astigmatism, her lenticular internal OPD III reading and say, “This is what I’m going to remove.” This helps patients see why there may be residual astigmatism after…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The nice thing about the OPD III is that there’s just so much information, and you can customize it any way you want. With the 33 Placido rings, I’ve gone almost to evaluating the mires to evaluate dr…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Mitchell Jackson

    The OPD III is definitely a significant jump in technology from what we had previously. It’s showing us a lot of new factors to improve our ability to share my expectations with a patient and then ach…

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    — Mitchell Jackson, MD
    Barry Eiden

    The OPD-Scan III system is an integrated aberrometry system. It combines the attributes of a placido topographer, automated refractor, and automated keratometer, and adds the elements of wavefront abe…

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    — Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
    Barry Eiden

    Another advantage of information provided by the OPD-Scan III is the refractive power shifts found with variable pupil sizes. This often can explain why some people have issues with night versus dayti…

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    — Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
    Barry Eiden

    Patient education and understanding have also been positively impacted — using the OPD-Scan III system, we can clearly demonstrate to patients what is going on with their optical system. Whether the s…

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    — Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
    Barry Eiden

    The TRS system provides a level of refractive detail not attainable with traditional manual phoropter use. The TRS can refract down to 1-degree axis and 0.12 diopter power steps (for sphere). For some…

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    — Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
    Lou Catania

    Not only is the XFRACTION process very accurate and comprehensive, but it also incorporates pupillometry. We now understand the intimate relationship between the size of the pupil and the patient’s vi…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    Lou Catania

    For routine full exams, I use XFRACTION’s basic components: digital refraction, wavefront refraction, pupil size and total higher-order aberrations. I choose whether to use the remaining data gathered…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    Lou Catania

    The XFRACTION system gives us a rapid, accurate refraction, providing the efficiency we need for business value without compromising the quality and accuracy of refractive readings. In addition, Marco…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    Lou Catania

    The highly precise measurement of higher (3rd and 4th) order aberrations with modern wavefront aberrometry can now identify and accurately measure a patient’s irregular astigmatism and spherical aberr…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    Lou Catania

    The increasing understanding of optical, retinal and neural vision components and the development of advanced refracting technologies and correcting lens materials and designs makes the D refraction…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    Mark A. Jank

    The OPD-Scan III tells us whether or not the level of higher-order aberrations will rule out multifocal IOLs. Its analysis of spherical aberration allows us to optimize depth of field and contrast sen…

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    — Mark A. Jank, MD
    Mark A. Jank

    You don’t need to convince me to buy the OPD – just tell me how many we need. We knew that without it, we wouldn’t be providing our patients with everything they deserve. Since then, I’ve trained more…

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    — Mark A. Jank, MD
    Mark A. Jank

    The trend toward personalized cataract surgery isn’t new. When we combine a patient’s lifestyle and vision priorities with all of the information from the OPD-Scan III, we can make the right lens choi…

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    — Mark A. Jank, MD
    Mark A. Jank

    The OPD-Scan III supports decision-making in cases where the patient has undergone previous refractive surgery. We’re bound to see more of these cases in the future, particularly as our cataract patie…

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    — Mark A. Jank, MD

    The tilt back Marco chair has power assisted buttons on both sides. There’s a flip pedal on the side which can raise the chair up and down or adjust the height of the chair. There’s no bending over at…

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    — Kevin Kelly, MD

    Even though we disinfect the chairs every day, I don’t see any wear and tear. The headrest is automatic with a handle that I can squeeze to lock it once the patient’s head is in position. The armrests…

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    — Kevin Kelly, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    An ophthalmic assistant can complete the OPD-Scan III test within 10 to 15 seconds per eye. The patient is simply required to stare at the light without blinking. There is no pain or discomfort involv…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The Marco OPD III is such an invaluable tool that I no longer calculate IOL powers without the info I get from this device. I review the astigmatism pattern and consequently decide if the patient is o…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    I think we all have patients in our office where they come back holding their glasses in their hands saying, “I cannot see with these.” We have had patients like this; very unhappy with night time dri…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    Not too long ago a woman who is an executive at a pharma company. She could no longer drive at night - she did not know what was going on and she was at wit’s end. She had a flawless beautiful catarac…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The average cataract age of my patients in my office is about 70 or so and many of them have multiple medical issues and mobility issues. So with this day in age we are extremely conscious of time and…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    One of the maps that are available on the OPD III is the higher order aberrations which we can explain to the patient through point spread function pre and post cataract surgery and I use this with ev…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    One of the chief things I discuss with my patient is ocular surface condition and their dry eyes.  What I use is the placido disc map of the OPD III to illustrate their level of dry eyes; if the rings…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    When I purchased the OPD Scan III (Marco), I realized from the start that I wanted to use this technology on every patient scheduled for cataract surgery. I knew that without the data it provided, I c…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The OPD III has increased my conversion rate for premium IOLs. I use it to help patients visualize conditions such as astigmatism and show them the information I’m using to select the best IOL for the…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    Because I use the OPD III, I’m able to customize the best IOLs for my patients. I also use the information to ensure that patients with pre-existing conditions don’t mistake these problems as results …

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The OPD-Scan III provides me with information to confidently select multifocal and toric implants. This leads to superior surgical outcomes with increased referrals from satisfied patients; it also le…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The OPD III gives me the data I need to make accurate determinations. Using the OPD III, I perform the following steps: Verify Ks, identify toric candidates, assess angle kappa, measure pupils, review…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    If patients have dry eye or other ocular surface conditions, keratometry data may not be reliable. I use the OPD III to verify Ks and compare them against other methods of keratometry to give me the a…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    Using the OPD III, I can determine is the patient has been implanted with a lens that may not have been the best option. With an IOL exchange, I replace it with a more appropriate lens, improving thei…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The OPD III lets me show patients why a certain lens is or is not the right one for them. I review the data on a large monitor in the exam room with each patient and his family. Based on the data, I r…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    The OPD III increases my conversion rate to advanced-technology IOLs. Because patients can ‘see’ their problem and understand why a more expensive advanced technology IOL may help with their vision, t…

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Cynthia Matossian

    We bring up the OPD III information on a large monitor in the exam room and I point to the above information as I discuss IOL options with each patient.  The patients understand their options or lack …

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    — Cynthia Matossian, MD
    Marguerite McDonald

    Wavefront data has solved so many mysteries.  You may remember a few years ago when we couldn’t figure out with a post op patient, we would say “It must be irregular astigmatism.“ It was a mystery. Th…

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    — Marguerite McDonald, MD
    Marguerite McDonald

    The diagnostic software, on the OPD III, is extremely helpful with the total percentage of HOA vs. all other aberrations.  If you have somebody with a high refractive error, say-6.00 or -8.00 etc. wit…

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    — Marguerite McDonald, MD
    JC Noreika

    The Marco OPD-Scan III assists the ophthalmologist in quickly and accurately consigning a patient to each proper subset. The result enhances delivery of appropriate intervention resulting in efficient…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    The OPD-Scan III Viewing Software’s “overview” provides three basic images of each eye: the axial, Internal OPD, and OPD maps. The OPD map represents the aggregation of the axial and Internal OPD maps…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    The OPD-Scan III technology is like the iconic Swiss Army knife; it offers multiple advanced modalities designed into one small, efficient, time-saving footprint of wave-front aberrometry and automate…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    My practice has TRS-5100’s and two EPIC refraction systems, one with the OPD-Scan III (wavefront aberrometry capability).  The long wait for a true integrated refraction system is over.  This system m…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    The XFRACTION Process changes a practice’s game because of its accuracy, ease of use, and value.

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    The more tasks I can delegate, the more energy I can expend on high-level, well-compensated work and the more profitable the practice will become. New technologies like the EPIC make this possible. I …

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    Staffing is my largest cost center. Cross training is a way to make the most of that cost by enabling staff to work where they’re needed during periods of downtime or when a coworker isn’t available. …

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    The role of our opticians has become a key piece of the practice’s efficiency. I’m surprised I didn’t implement this sooner, but I couldn’t have cross-trained to do this with a manual refractor. The E…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    Marco’s TRS has a very useful tool to help patients see the value of their refraction and the new glasses they’re thinking of buying. The device shows patients a consecutive comparison of their vision…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    JC Noreika

    My Marco TRS system meets all the utility criteria of advanced technology: the task of refraction is done more efficiently and accurately, while at the same time decreasing my costs. And, I daresay, i…

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    — JC Noreika, MD, MBA
    Larry Patterson

    The EPIC can be programmed to follow a set refraction sequence, which means all of our technicians do the same steps every time and the results always look the same to the doctors. 

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Larry Patterson

    For 10 years, we’ve been using the EPIC to refract most patients in 10 minutes or less, which means we have a long track record of seeing six patients per hour. We couldn’t do that with a manual refra…

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Larry Patterson

    Not only does the EPIC require less time than manual refraction, but it also helps us keep patients moving and cuts down on the time they spend in the waiting room. The patients’ visual acuity with an…

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    — Larry Patterson, MD
    Richard Prince

    I chose the OPD-III for its ease of use, sophistication of measurement, integration with EMR and Marco's technical support.

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    — Richard Prince, MD
    Richard Prince

    The OPD-III has become an integral part of our practice's pre-operative refractive cataract surgery evaluation - with the complete topographic and optical path data the confidence in our proposed surg…

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    — Richard Prince, MD
    Richard Prince

    The OPD-III measurement is as critical and important as laser-scanning biometry for a sophisticated refractive cataract surgical plan.

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    — Richard Prince, MD
    James Salz

    In just a few minutes, we can get more information than ever before about the state of our patients’ eyes. The Marco OPD Scan system is just such a device, providing refraction, corneal topography, op…

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    — James Salz, MD
    James Salz

    When it comes to laser refractive surgery, the OPD’s routine refraction helps me identify candidates. If a patient is a candidate and has an interest, we also collect data on the patient’s higher-orde…

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    — James Salz, MD
    James Salz

    The OPD lets your educate patients graphically, bringing abstract or complex concepts firmly into their grasp. And when patients and surgeons are both on the same page, we can all work toward the same…

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    — James Salz, MD
    James Salz

    Although much of this data was available before the OPD-Scan, it required us to move patients between four different instruments. The system makes it practical to routinely use this high level of test…

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    — James Salz, MD
    James Salz

    There are other instruments similar to the OPD-Scan, but very few can capture as much data at one time.

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    — James Salz, MD
    James Salz

    Manual refraction has some subjective uncertainty and takes time, but the OPD-Scan gives you a starting point that’s very close to the final prescription in 2 seconds per eye. When you think about tha…

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    — James Salz, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The patients and staff alike in my practice have adopted the use of the OPD very easily.  The OPD III is really the second generation of instruments that we’ve had of its variety, and the upgrades are…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    A case study that I think certainly illustrates what it is that I’m alluding to certainly would be a patient, for instance, who has a Toric implant.  The beauty of the OPD III is that it gives you not…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The use of the OPD III for premium IOL patients has become an integral part of what we do as a practice.  It is not uncommon for patients to be referred into our practice who have had multifocal lense…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    What is the importance of angle kappa in a surgical work-up?  The use of the OPD in better refining the exact type of implant, I think, is a critical aspect of achieving premium outcomes for patients …

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The biggest difference that occurred when we adopted the OPD III was efficiency.  We all try and achieve high quality outcomes, and we certainly want to make sure that we’re getting very precise and e…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The OPD III takes the place of multiple machines in our office.  It makes the patient experience much more satisfying and it is much faster, which also contributes to a much happier technical staff.  …

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    We did a study in our office looking at just those capabilities with the OPD III.  We wanted to see how well it could help us line up aspheric lens, addressing issues with angle kappa and more importa…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    The wealth of information you collect in just 20 seconds with the OPD III is critically important to help guide your ability to identify the right lens for the right patient.

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Jonathan Solomon

    We’ve been able to cut our absolute error from an astigmatic component in half, just be looking at lenticular landmarks on the toric summary from the OPD III. With the OPD, we’ve been able to reduce a…

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    — Jonathan Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    The adoption of the OPD was great. I think one of the biggest advances or what helped was the online training that was done in addition to the onsite training and my staff loves it.

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    I use technologies like the OPD to give me a better understanding is where the astigmatism lies, to give me a more accurate corneal reading for keratometry measurements which are really important to d…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    We were able to change our waiting time on average from the time they check in to the time they get brought back from 37 minutes down to 7 minutes. We were able to take our whole office visit time for…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    The nice thing about the OPD III is it gives you all the information you need under one platform for toric IOLs; accurate keratometry, auto-refraction and corneal topography to determine where the ast…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    I purchased the OPD III because I wanted to have a number of diagnostic devises in one.  For me, it provides an auto refraction, wavefront refraction, pupillometer and topography.  It allows me to loo…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    I have a pretty high tech practice and I think patients expect us to have really high end diagnostic devices.  Sometimes my staff does not want to continually re-learn things or learn new things but t…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    Patients that have had previous refractive surgery continue to be a challenge when it comes to cataract surgery.  They have already had surgery once, so we all know they are motivated to see well with…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    There is such a thing as night myopia, where patients become more near sighted in dimmer illumination due to change in the size of the pupil, especially in younger myopes.  The nice thing about the OP…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    The nice thing about the OPD III, you can determine both refractive power of the eye and HOA as well as HOA of the cornea.  In cataract surgery, you would rather rely on the HOA of the cornea since we…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    People do not want to sit around 2-3 hours to get through their visit.  They expect a premium service.  We were able to change our waiting time from 37 min to 7 min.  We have been able to cut down tot…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    The OPD-Scan III gives you all the information you need under one platform for toric IOLs: accurate keratometry, auto-refraction, and corneal topography.  This determines where the astigmatism lies.  …

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Kerry Solomon

    I think it’s very impressive and exciting to see that the OPD III has proven to measure the absolute amount of astigmatism. In helping me choose toric lenses, it has been accurate – close to my manual…

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    — Kerry Solomon, MD
    Jonathan H. Talamo

    Getting an accurate refraction, pupillometry, topography to view the anterior corneal curvature, wavefront and other interpretive data are all within the OPD system’s capabilities. And the combined di…

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    — Jonathan H. Talamo, MD
    Jonathan H. Talamo

    With the OPD-Scan III, when I see patients for the very first time, I already have much of the information I need without tying up staff to perform more testing. We can have a conversation about refra…

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    — Jonathan H. Talamo, MD
    Jonathan H. Talamo

    Whether I’m diagnosing a problem, planning treatment or engaging my patients in that process, the OPD-Scan III is a very valuable system.

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    — Jonathan H. Talamo, MD
    Richard Tipperman

    The OPD-Scan III has really been an incredible benefit for both our patients and our staff. The staff finds the technology incredibly user friendly, easy to position the patients while getting great d…

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    — Richard Tipperman, MD
    Richard Tipperman

    The one patient that does stand out in my mind with the OPD-Scan III was actually a patient who was a diagnostic dilemma; she had prior Lasik surgery, some corneal scarring, and having progressive dec…

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    — Richard Tipperman, MD
    Richard Tipperman

    The ability to access data of a patient’s higher-order aberrations and internal aberrations of the eye can be essential and critical for analyzing what’s really going on.  Many patients will have good…

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    — Richard Tipperman, MD
    Richard Tipperman

    The ease of use and amount of clinical information the Marco OPD III provides is simply astonishing - it has become our "go-to" clinical tool for the preoperative evaluation of all cataract patients a…

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    — Richard Tipperman, MD
    Toby Tyson

    The OPD III allows you to take measurements and refractions with different pupil sizes. It will actually tell you the pupil size and what refraction is over that. You can see a meopic pupil and a phot…

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Toby Tyson

    That’s the nice thing about the OPD III system: In 30 seconds, I get my corneal topography, my auto-refraction, and my wavefront. At the bottom, I get my corneal spherical aberration. And I get my lig…

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Toby Tyson

    The critical thing is not only the speed, but also the accuracy. You get all of this data in 10 seconds, so the time efficiency for the office is huge.”

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Toby Tyson

    When the OPD III takes the image, you can look at it and put up your landmarks, whether it’s a blood vessel, lenticular marks, or iris crypts. You can line up and overlay your treatment pattern. When …

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Jeffrey A. Wipfli

    There are more teaching screens for patients than we’ve even learned to use yet. But we’re using the OPD-Scan III to explain some things, such as astigmatism and its treatments. Because the analysis s…

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    — Jeffrey A. Wipfli, MD
    Christine Bartoletti

    With the Marco TRS digital refractor, we now have the ability to quickly and easily show our patients the difference between their current glasses and new glasses.  Being able to see the difference re…

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    — Christine Bartoletti, OD
    Christine Bartoletti

    Having the TRS system has cut down so much on the time required to enter data into the refractor and into the electronic health record. It shortens the time doing the refraction, and the choices are e…

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    — Christine Bartoletti, OD
    Christine Bartoletti

    The TRS system has saved my back. Before I brought the Marco system, I was having back problems and seeing a chiropractor regularly. I was uncomfortable all the time. For my younger doctors, they’re n…

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    — Christine Bartoletti, OD
    Dori Carlson

    With the TRS I have more time to talk with patients about what they need and want, so I can make more appropriate recommendations and explain what the benefits are of better products.

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    With the TRS system in one office and Marco’s EPIC system in the second, the staff can do more. I overhear staff members talking to patients about what the technology can do. It’s a point of pride wit…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    A huge advantage to the system is that every patient benefits. Just about every patient who comes through the practice now experiences the high-tech autorefraction. My patients recognize new technolog…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Patients have noticed the difference. Refractions can be stressful. Patients have anxieties about giving the right answers, and we always worry when we have a patient who fatigues easily, wondering ho…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    The system has been a strong factor in increasing per-patient revenue because the technology allows me to show people the changes in their Rx with a push of a button. The practice has seen an increase…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    The testing process doesn’t take as long as traditional manual refractors. I have more time to talk with patients about what they need and want, so I can make more appropriate recommendations and expl…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    We implemented the whole entire EPIC system and so we have staff doing refractions.  We sent them for training for two days in Jacksonville, Florida, that was kind of a perk living in the north.  And …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Refractions can be stressful. Patients have anxieties about giving the right answers, and we always worry when we have a patient who fatigues easily, wondering how accurate the measurements are. With …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    By using the Wavefront technology and the Xfraction process I can get through with my refraction process a lot faster, it’s more efficient. The reason is I can look at a screen and it will tell me if …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Typically, finalizing the refraction now saves me several minutes per patient. In the office with the EPIC system, technicians complete the refraction prior to the doctor seeing the patient. Both ways…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Another added benefit with the Xfraction process is that it all transmits into my EHR. I use a cloud-based EHR system. I hit one button on the key pad and another button on my computer and absolutely …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    When you have extra time because the process becomes more efficient, you have a couple of choices of what you can do with it. You can either see more exams during the course of the day or you could sp…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    I have a practice in rural North Dakota that actually has two locations. One office has two exam rooms and the other office has four exam rooms. When we decided to implement the Xfraction process, we …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    One of the nice things about Wavefront technology is the amount of information that you get. Instead of just having a single light source or a single point of light that’s trying to tell you what the …

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Dori Carlson

    Sometimes I’m asked, “Was it traumatic for my staff?” And I have to honestly say, no. My staff embraced it. I don’t think my staff is so much different than anybody else’s staff, but they took some pr…

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    — Dori Carlson, OD
    Richard Edlow

    We’ve found the EPIC autorefractors to be a key component in allowing the doctors to properly see the volume of patients who come through the office each day, to do it in a patient-centric way, and to…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    So once the refraction is complete, with a click of the mouse, you can instantly add their old prescription, their new refraction and cornea measurements. More than 50 different data fields automatica…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    If you’re using a manual refractor in the exam room, it can be a challenge showing the patient the old and the new refractions. With the EPIC, you can do it with the push of a button and patients can …

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    The value the EPIC adds to workflow and production allows us to thrive. I don’t think we could survive without it in this day and age. A busy group needs technology like the EPIC system to meet the de…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    If a doctor is normally seeing three patients an hour and we add an EPIC system and a technician, we’ve just gained 6 minutes, times three patients and freed up 18 minutes for the doctor. Those minute…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    A refractor has gradations of 5 degrees, so you can be accurate between two gradations, or 2.5 degrees, but with the EPIC system, you can do gradations with 1 degree. It’s possible to be more accurate…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Richard Edlow

    The impression of the EPIC workstation is that it’s modern technology versus old technology. In today’s world of iPads and iPhones, switching from a refractor is like switching from a rotary dial phon…

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    — Richard Edlow, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    The TRS and OPD-Scan II did not disappoint and I immediately saw an improved efficiency in the office and change reflected in optical sales. It also improved our patient experience and marketed to the…

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    Without question, it has improved the patient experience. The results displayed in full color on the monitor provide a wow factor, and I feel thatt it enhances patients’ confidence in my exam.

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    Within the first couple of patients who went on to a full exam, I realized the XFRACTION process gave me great results, and it did so in half the time traditional techniques would have taken.

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    Before patients are even brought into the exam room, the technician will explain what the OPD is doing as it's doing it. Patients learn that it’s taking hundreds of measurements so we can see what’s g…

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    What’s interesting is that it seems like there’s a lot going on, but the XFRACTION exam literally takes half the amount of time as a traditional exam. It’s pretty impressive. And even though we don’t …

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    The XFRACTION process eliminates manual data entry. You don’t have to interrupt the conversation with the patient. You can explain what data you’re collecting as it’s being transferred back and forth.…

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Matthew Forgues

    It’s the simplicity of it all — with the touch of a button, you can fill in a great number of fields in your electronic records. That is such a time saver for the office staff. For me, that was yet an…

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    — Matthew Forgues, OD
    Mary Lou French

    I have an EPIC 5100, OPD-Scan II, and Lensometer. The A/R and lensometer data go on a card inserted into the EPIC. Starting point for refraction. When completed links directly into my EHR software, it…

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    — Mary Lou French, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    In today’s pressured clinical world, time is money, and efficiency is the key to staying on schedule. The pre-clinical data collected from wavefront guided autorefraction and lensometry are transmitte…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Optical conversions are dependent on many factors, not the least of which is the patient’s perception of their need to update their vision or style.  The OPD-driven TRS digital refraction process allo…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Let’s face it, refraction hasn’t changed much in over a century.  Patients expect to see the same innovation in your office as they see with their personal electronic devices, cars and homes.  Using t…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Since transitioning to wavefront optimized refraction, using the OPD-Scan III and TRS-5100, from my standard refraction, I am amazed at how many patients seeing 20/20 with their current glasses have t…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    One of the best aspects with the OPD-Scan III / TRS-5100- process is the opportunity for integration of clinical testing data with EHR.  Not only are there tremendous time savings from this integratio…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Several areas of technical and functional efficiency have been improved in my workflow due to the OPD/TRS implementation. First, I feel like the OPD-III gives me the most information per click.  I am …

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    One of the best aspects of the XFRACTION process comes from the OPD III data. When I walk into the exam room and I see that a WaveFront optimized refraction has been sent to my TRS 5100, I know, with …

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Almost all eye care practitioners use some type of autorefraction system. What really sets apart the XFRACTION process is that we’re getting Wavefront optimized autorefraction.  Most importantly, we a…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    One of the best aspects of the TRS-5100 is the opportunity for integration of clinical testing data with EHR.  Not only are there tremendous time savings from this integration, but also more important…

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Ben Gaddie

    Sometimes, I’m surprised by what the topography reveals, especially if I obtained a good refraction and the patient is seeing well. I’m reminded of the value of the OPD-Scan III every time I diagnose …

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    — Ben Gaddie, OD
    Gerald Geist

    The Marco AFC-330 makes taking the standard 7-shot panoramic retinal photos automatic and effortless. It takes beautiful anterior/ external photos too.

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    — Gerald Geist, OD
    Gerald Geist

    Everything about the AFC is automated, so technician training took only 5 or 10 minutes. It’s as easy to use as our Marco autorefractor, which uses the same tracking technology. Technicians simply pla…

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    — Gerald Geist, OD
    Gerald Geist

    The specialized 3D and panoramic shots from the AFC that I didn’t have time to take before are now captured by technicians who just press a button. The rest is automatic.

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    — Gerald Geist, OD
    Gerald Geist

    The AFC software is much more sophisticated than my last camera. It has everything I want, letting me measure the optic nerve and changes from exam to exam. It shows the changes graphically, and I can…

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    — Gerald Geist, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    One of the advantages of the TRS-5100 that both patients and practitioners appreciate is that it uses a split prism. This function allows for simultaneous vision, which enables patients to determine c…

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    The system also allows me to quickly demonstrate the difference between a patient’s current and new prescription with the touch of a button. This, in turn, makes it easier for patients to justify an u…

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    My staff enjoys the new equipment, as well. The card reader system reduces transcription errors and increases efficiency. This results in less stress for my staff. They also like to be part of a team …

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    Marcus Gleaton

    The Marco TRS-5100 refraction system has reduced my refraction time by approximately 3-5 minutes per exam.  This extra time has allowed me to examine four more patients per day.  I always look at retu…

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    — Marcus Gleaton, OD
    Anthony Huang

    Marco’s AFC camera is easier to use than our old camera. The staff thinks so too, which makes them more motivated to take the image. I’ve only had to get involved with image capture in a few cases of …

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    — Anthony Huang, OD
    April Jasper

    With the touch a button, we can transmit all of the components of the refraction, including lensmeter readings and PD measurements, from the TRS-5100 to the EHR system. This eliminates the potential f…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    April Jasper

    Not only is the XFRACTION system accurate, it is also efficient, with a time savings that we're able to quantify. When I looked at all of the entries we would have to do manually, I found we were elim…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    April Jasper

    To be able to demonstrate these differences to patients is invaluable. They love it completely. Patients who might not have purchased eyeglasses will buy them because they can see the benefit. They tr…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    April Jasper

    When the refraction is quicker, the entire examination is quicker, and patients do what they really want to do, which is shop for new eyeglasses. Some experts believe that, on average, if patients can…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    Mike Johnson

    The first steps I took to make changes was moving to a new location, implement EMR, and bought the latest in technology, Marco equipment, along with their total solution.  Their XFRACTION process is t…

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    — Mike Johnson, OD
    Mike Johnson

    Other benefits include using the OPD information for all of my RGP fits now.  It has cut my chair time down to half.  The patient satisfaction is extremely high.  Ergonomically, the TRS is more comfor…

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    — Mike Johnson, OD
    Gary Kirshner

    In a little more than 5 minutes I have their current glasses neutralized, objective power and subjective refraction. With a press of a button my EHR system populates with the current power of their gl…

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    — Gary Kirshner, OD
    Gary Kirshner

    Having the TRS-5100 allows me to see more patients in a day but the most impressive part is the accuracy of getting my patients to see the best. I love hearing how clear and sharp their vision is afte…

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    — Gary Kirshner, OD
    Gary Kirshner

    Purchasing the TRS-5100 was one of the best things that has happened to my practice and I see it in increased eyeglass sales and patient satisfaction as they are referring more people. I must give thi…

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    — Gary Kirshner, OD
    Andrea Knouff

    The OPD has simplified the flow of a comprehensive eye exam.  It is so easy to use each of my staff members can do it in seconds.  I’m able to obtain an auto refraction, topography, and pupilometry al…

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    — Andrea Knouff, OD
    Andrea Knouff

    The wavefront technology determines the corneal refraction for the patient in dim and bright lighting.  This makes it possible for me to prescribe a second pair of glasses for night driving.  Not only…

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    — Andrea Knouff, OD
    Janet Mint

    The Epic system, especially when used in conjunction with the OPD, provides very accurate measurements of the optical system of the eye. This instrument measures many data points on the eye and then b…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Janet Mint

    To expand on the issue of increased efficiency, I would like to pose a question to consider: What are the other options available to enable a doctor to see an increased number of patients? Most answer…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Janet Mint

    With regard to delegation, I have a few comments. I routinely review and consider all of the data to make sure it makes sense. I trial frame the distance Rx in the exam room, providing another opportu…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Janet Mint

    The accuracy of the Epic system comes in to play in so many situations. For example, it is especially helpful when examining children and physically or mentally-challenged patients where it is even mo…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Janet Mint

    The team at Marco is equipped to assist you with the incorporation of the Epic system in your practice. The staff training is excellent and coordinated by a COMT with many years of clinical experience…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Janet Mint

    In my mind, the most important point is that the Epic refraction system with the OPD plays an integral part in helping me provide the best possible care to my patients. And I think they expect that fr…

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    — Janet Mint, OD
    Scot Morris

    Interesting and relevant note, my very first patient today was a new patient who was referred to us by another patient because we had this "new machine that was better than the old 1 or 2 machine his …

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Scot Morris

    So, I bit the proverbial bullet and purchased a diagnostic refraction system for our office – the OPD-Scan III – and I was pleasantly shocked. The OPD III is an autorefractor, keratometer, pupillomete…

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Scot Morris

    Diagnosis of anterior segment diseases has been made simpler with the Marco OPD-Scan III retro illumination device. Early lens changes affecting a patient’s visual system can be detected, allowing for…

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Scot Morris

    The OPD-scan III is tied into our EHR system, which is able to send the prescription information directly through vision web, allowing us to eliminate any opportunity for transcription errors.

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Scot Morris

    The OPD III can help gather a wide array of diagnostic information that could take many devices to gather or not be gathered at all with traditional vision care.  It allows one to gain insight into Wa…

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Scot Morris

    The OPD III gives tremendously more information with one click than most traditional practices could ever hope to gain with any and all of their current equipment.  Ultimately the diagnostic capabilit…

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    — Scot Morris, OD
    Brett M. Paepke

    I use the uncorrected/corrected beach scenes to show parents how their children see versus how they should see. I use the retroillumination views to demonstrate to people who have cataracts why they’r…

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    — Brett M. Paepke, OD
    Brett M. Paepke

    Patients love the XFRACTION experience, because it’s different. It looks cool to them, and it helps me solve their problems. If I can be more efficient and accurate while providing a better patient ex…

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    — Brett M. Paepke, OD
    Nathan Bonilla-Warford

    Previously, we had to key in our lensometry and refraction data, and sometimes the doctor makes a mistake or a staff member trying to work too quickly might key in the wrong information. The XFRACTION…

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    — Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
    Nathan Bonilla-Warford

    Occasionally, a parent will bring in a child because a screening at school or at the pediatrician’s office indicates the child is having trouble seeing clearly. If I find a deficit that can be correct…

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    — Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
    Karen Wolf

    It’s always beneficial to talk to your colleagues and get their opinion on the many options we have in optometric practice. Dr. April Jasper raved about the TRS, and said that once you have it install…

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    — Karen Wolf, OD
    Karen Wolf

    The TRS-5100 is a lifesaver in the world of EHR. The ability to push a button and have all your refractive data loaded into your EHR system in five seconds is invaluable.

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    — Karen Wolf, OD
    Karen Wolf

    The vast majority of patients comment on the new technology/equipment we have when I walk in the exam room. One other time-saving feature is that you can show patients their old prescription versus th…

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    — Karen Wolf, OD
    John Warren

    The OPD III provides such quick and reliable autorefraction data that I have been able to shorten the time spent performing my refractions dramatically.  Patients appreciate the shortened refraction p…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    I choose to use the OPD as my autorefractor in my refracting system. Even though I already had a stand-alone topographer, the OPD provides so much additional data in one quick and simple testing stop …

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    It’s amazing to see how many of my patients when I asked them about the quality of their night vision and how bad the night vision is to them subjectively and then they ask me “how do I know”. Then I …

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    One of the really neat things about all the data that the OPD provides to me is that it actually inspired me to think a whole lot more about not only my patients’ entire visual system, but also the as…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    One of the things that inspires me and keeps me going in practice is doing or learning something new. It seems like every week or two I pick up a new, little subtle trick with the OPD. Whether it’s th…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    All I can say is WOW! The quality of the images is stunning and it’s incredibly easy to operate and the imaging process is so fast and easy that patients love it too.  This device will allow me to pro…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    Get it close and it takes over. The stereo pairs and 3 shot panoramics only require staff intervention to either accept or reject/retake a photo. It moves to the next fixation point on its own. Kind o…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    One of the things I really like about completing the Xfraction process with my patients is the information that it provides me with. It also helps me determine as I go through the information provided…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    Patients really have grown to appreciate the Xfraction process and I’ve really grown to appreciate the extra time that it provides me with patients in the exam room. Because the refraction is over wit…

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    I know many doctors who perform their own refractions and after 25 years, they have developed rotator cuff problems because they constantly have one or both of their arms out to their side, adjusting …

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    — John Warren, OD
    John Warren

    Patients who are new to my practice and have experienced only traditional refractions often comment about the speed and simplicity of the XFRACTION Process. They’ll say, ‘Wow! That’s different!’ or ‘W…

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    — John Warren, OD
    Lori Lippiatt

    For relatively uncomplicated refractive cases, this technology speeds up workflow, eliminates transcription errors, and improves the patient experience. For more complicated or difficult cases, this t…

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    — Lori Lippiatt, OD
    Lou Catania

    The OPD can help you offer your patients a night vision assessment to determine the best Rx for driving at night. When we use the OPD, we note that about 50% of our older patients have a shift in thei…

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    — Lou Catania, OD, FAAO
    April Jasper

    With the TRS in my practice, the accuracy and speed of refractions increased dramatically. I have no remakes due to data entry error because everything downloads from the OPD to the TRS - directly int…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    April Jasper

    The OPD is more accurate than any autorefractor I've ever worked with and the wavefront analysis is fabulous. It's important to know why those challenging patients don't refract to 20/20. The system h…

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    — April Jasper, OD
    John Warren

    I have colleagues that would frequently ask me “How do you get your staff to use all of this technology and how do you train them on these things?” The OPD is probably the easiest piece of equipment t…

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    — John Warren, OD
    April Jasper

    I actually purchased the TRS as an afterthought. I had significant trouble with my shoulder as a result of the repetitive motion from my old refractor. Using the TRS keypad is far more efficient, and …

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    — April Jasper, OD
    Lori Lippiatt

    The integration between my TRS and my EMR is totally seamless - far exceeding what I ever thought possible. Clearly the increased profitability in my practice is a direct result of the accuracy, effic…

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    — Lori Lippiatt, OD
    Lori Lippiatt

    I have had many challenges with instrument vendors over my 20 years of practice so I have developed a keen, personal sensitivity for service and support. With Marco I have enjoyed an exceptional exper…

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    — Lori Lippiatt, OD
    Lori Lippiatt

    Eyecare professionals all have choices when purchasing diagnostic instruments. My decision to purchase a Marco TRS was really more than 'just a purchase,' it was establishing a vital link in a critica…

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    — Lori Lippiatt, OD
    Toby Tyson

    The OPD provides me with spherical aberration data to better integrate the appropriate wavefront enhanced PCIOLS for my patients. IT also displays conearl and lenticular astigmatism which assists me w…

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    — Toby Tyson, MD
    Jason Brinton

    We have been using the Marco ULTRA M2 model slit lamp in our practice. The M2 has a full 14mm field of view, with a continuously variable aperture. From my standpoint as a physician, the optics are un…

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    — Jason Brinton, MD