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Part 2: How a Shared Care Program Can Save Peoples Vision While Improving ROI

Challenges around time, money and transportation can have a noticeable impact on a wide range of health risks and the outcomes associated with those risks. In the fight against diabetic retinopathy, shared care programs that address these challenges head-on can make a difference. Join us to discuss a real-life example of a model that enables primary care physicians to provide HEDIS compliant Diabetes Eye Exams at point of care and help save patients’ vision. Speakers: – John Bartolovich, Manager healthcare Economics & Reimbursement, Topcon Screen – Corey Chapman, National Sales Director-Screening, Topcon Screen – Wade A. Brosius, DO, Medical Director, Pottstown Medical Specialists, Inc. (PMSI)

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Corey Chapman

Corey has been in the healthcare sales space for 15 years with a focus on primary care. In his role at Topcon Healthcare, Corey is the National Sales Director of Topcon Screen, focusing on increasing early detection of diabetic retinopathy around the country.


John Bartolovich

John has been in the healthcare sales space for 30 years, with the last 10 focused on diabetic retinopathy. In his role at Topcon Healthcare, he is focused on healthcare economics and social determinants of health and their impact on diabetes and diabetic retinopathy.