Eye Handbook Gets Reconstructed with New Features and New Look

Eye Handbook—the first comprehensive mobile app for eye care providers and staff, nurses, primary care doctors, emergency medical personnel, surgeons and specialists—just released an extensive reconstruction of form and function. Since Eye Handbook’s creation five years ago, this free app has been downloaded more than one million times, with 300,000 health care users across the globe.

Eye Handbook was created in 2009 by Dr. Lord and two colleagues, all of whom were ophthalmology residents at the time. The other co-creators are Rohit Krishna, MD, a glaucoma subspecialist and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine (where the three developers met), and Vinay Shah, MD, a vitreoretinal specialist and Clinical Associate Professor at Dean McGee Eye Institute at the University of Oklahoma. Read more.

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