Clinical Programs

Kellogg ophthalmologists are leveraging tools such as telemedicine and home/mobile device diagnostics to enable efficient and effective models of care delivery for eye diseases and conditions.

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Kellogg's eHealth Research team develops, evaluates, and implements innovative technologies and methods to improve how we treat eye diseases to promote patient-centered care.

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Electronic health (eHealth) innovations use technology to improve health care delivery. We can now leverage technology to individualize and personalize the way in which we provide education.

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Community-Minded: Ophthalmologist sets sights on underserved populations

JANUARY 31, 2017 MICHIGAN MEDICINE HEADLINES Paula Anne Newman-Casey (M.D. 2007, Residency 2011), has fostered both a career and a way of life by asking herself one question: How can I leave the world a better place than I came into it? The answers have taken her from her hometown of Huntington Woods, Michigan, to […]

Pop-Up Eye Clinic in a Shipping Container Targets Underserved Communities

JANUARY 23, 2017 MICHIGAN HEALTH LAB It was inside-the-box thinking that led a team of architects and eye specialists to reimagine a shipping container as an ophthalmology clinic. A uniquely self-contained clinic environment — something that could be outfitted in the U.S., shipped complete and unpacked with minimal setup as a functional health center anywhere in […]

University Faculty Develop Pop-Up Eye Clinic for Regions Lacking Consistent Care Options

NOVEMBER 30, 2016 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Instead of thinking outside of the box, University of Michigan architects and doctors are thinking inside of it. A collaboration between faculty from the University Medical School, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and University Health Service has resulted in the development of a portable, box-like shipping container […]

Container to Clinic: U-M-Designed Pop-Up Clinic a First-of-Its-Kind in Jamaica

November 8, 2016 MICHIGAN MEDICINE HEADLINES It was inside-the-box thinking that led a multidisciplinary U-M team to reimagine a shipping container as an ophthalmology clinic in Jamaica. Expected to open this month inside a 20-by-8-foot customized shipping container, the new facility is the product of an unlikely collaboration between faculty members at the University of Michigan […]


To protect sight by implementing technology-based tools to improve eye care access and disease monitoring