What Is Mobile Eye Care?

Aspire Health Solutions doctors and technicians use specialized handheld mobile eye examination equipment and our proprietary HIPAA compliant iPad based technology to perform diabetic eye exams for patients across the country.

Our scalable remote retina reading platform and telemedicine solution allows for us to quickly deploy technicians to underserved areas.

We provide the most appropriate medical eye care while making timely diagnosis and swift referrals for the conditions that most affect our senior population. We also prescribe the best lens and glasses options and devices for both normally sighted and visually impaired senior patients.

When we first got started serving people with mobile eye care, we focused on helping the most underserved populations in the world. These self-funded mission trips allowed us to serve the poorest people in the most remote regions of the world with great success. Since those very memorable and rewarding beginnings, we have dedicated ourselves to continuing our humanitarian efforts right here at home in our own communities and neighborhoods. We now get to serve the needs of the elderly in nursing homes, adult day care centers, and through house calls every day of the week, and it is just as satisfying as our missions abroad. Thank you to all that give us this opportunity to serve them.

Improve HEDIS Scores

Aspire Health Solutions works with Health Plans to improve HEDIS scores quickly and easily.

The Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) is a tool used by more than 90 percent of America’s health plans to measure performance on important dimensions of care and service. Altogether, HEDIS consists of 75 measures across 8 domains of care.

Because so many plans collect HEDIS data, and because the measures are so specifically defined, HEDIS makes it possible to compare the performance of health plans on an “apples-to-apples” basis so we can make the proper changes to improve HEDIS scores in a calculated way.

Health plans also use HEDIS results themselves to see where they need to focus their improvement efforts. HEDIS measures address a broad range of important health issues. Among them are the following:

    Asthma Medication Use
    Persistence of Beta-Blocker Treatment after a Heart Attack
    Controlling High Blood Pressure
    Comprehensive Diabetes Care
    Breast Cancer Screening
    Antidepressant Medication Management
    Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Status
    Childhood and Adult Weight/BMI Assessment

Many health plans report HEDIS data to employers or use their results to make improvements in their quality of care and service. Employers, consultants, and consumers use HEDIS data, along with accreditation information, to help them select the best health plan for their needs. To ensure the validity of HEDIS results, all data are rigorously audited by certified auditors using a process designed by NCQA.

Consumers also benefit from HEDIS data through the State of Healthcare Quality report, a comprehensive look at the performance of the nation’s health care system. HEDIS data also are the centerpiece of most health plan “report cards” that appear in national magazines and local newspapers.

To ensure that HEDIS stays current, NCQA has established a process to evolve the measurement set each year. NCQA’s Committee on Performance Measurement, a broad-based group representing employers, consumers, health plans and others, debates and decides collectively on the content of HEDIS. This group determines what HEDIS measures are included and field tests determine how it gets measured.

With our advanced equipment we are able to diagnose and monitor a multitude of ocular conditions like: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration & others, effectively improve HEDIS scores for your health plan.