BVI Introduces Patient Packs Aimed at Helping US Ophthalmologists Bring Patients Back

Source: BVI

BVI has released a line of Patient Packs to help US ophthalmologists bring patients back to the office and OR with confidence, according to a company news release.

Ophthalmologists are seeking to get back to normal and address the backlog of patients whose vision has been negatively impacted by postponing their visits. While each practice has made their own decisions on how to reopen, guided by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and local regulations, a single factor has proven crucial: bringing back patients’ confidence, according to BVI.

BVI has focused on simplifying the implementation and communication of protective protocols.  BVI Patient Packs provide a ready-to-use package that includes a face mask, bouffant cap, shoe covers and an optional isolation gown along with easy-to-understand patient instructions.

“At the onset of COVID-19 we prioritized projects internally for ways to help in the recovery. We’re proud that we can leverage our supply chain expertise and custom procedure pack capabilities to react and provide this service at a reasonable price point with the highest measure of quality and reliability,” Darin Dixon, VP of Sales US, said in a company news release. “With the uncertainties lurking for the fall season, we want to help our customers be as prepared as possible to service their patients.”

With the ready-to-use Patient Packs, health care providers have an opportunity to give a differentiated patient experience and encourage reluctant patients to return to their regular ophthalmic visits. Patient packs are now available in the United States.

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