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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A New Method to Boost Glaucoma Medication Adherence

October 16, 2016 UM HEALTH LAB Ophthalmologists are piloting a counseling program to help people with glaucoma control their condition and maintain their sight. But an evidence review found at least half of glaucoma patients do not take their prescribed medications, putting older adults at higher risk for causing a car accident or potentially losing […]

Telemedicine Could Improve Eye Exam Access for People with Diabetes

August 25, 2016 U-M HEALTH LAB Virtual collaboration between primary care physicians and ophthalmologists may one day help prevent the top cause of new blindness in the U.S. Electronic eye exams could become popular in the U.S. among patients who see them as an easy way to visit the eye doctor. After a nationwide telemedicine […]

Enhancing Eye Care with a Smartphone

July 14, 2016 U-M HEALTH LAB Consumers use smartphones for just about everything. A U-M ophthalmologist wants to bring them into the doctor’s office, too, as easily accessible retinal cameras. From photo sharing to driving directions to grocery lists, smartphones are integrated into our everyday lives. Millions of people use them for their own health […]


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