Demonstration of the remote, portable, hand-held autorefractors used for early, valid detection of amblyopia in children. The Welch Allyn Suresight and the Retinomax performed well in the VIPS study. Both output refraction estimates from which referral criteria can be applied. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends photoscreening in a series of age-appropriate screenings during a child’s first decade. Amblyopia is a form of blindness that can be cured with early detection and thorough treatment. We feel auto refractors can be included with photoscreening and be reimbursed using CPT code 99174. ABCD-Vision.org

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