The Problem

Most Vision Loss is Preventable

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An estimated 80 million people in the US general population have vision loss due to disease (diabetes, macular degeneration, etc.).

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There is only 1 Eye Specialist for every 17,000 Americans.

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It’s estimated that, only 40% of patients have their annual eye exam.

Spect's Strategy

Screening for eye disease

Our network of ophthalmologists are screening for Diabetic Retinopathy, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, and more through images captured with our Ophthalmic Camera.

80M suffer from vision-threatening diseases.
Expand Access to Eyecare

We’re evolving our platform to automate and streamline the capture of retinal images to improve patient access and care.

Global Data Analytics

We envision a platform to enable the screening of Parkinson’s, Stroke, Heart Disease, and Kidney Disease.

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200M have the aforementioned diseases
Our Solution

The Spect Platform

Today, we invented a vertically integrated platform from the ground up that solves all the pain points that are routine with conventional retinal exams.

This exam is reimbursable through CPT billing, satisfies quality metrics (HEDIS/MIPs), and can be used for value based care.

Current Solutions:
Built for Specialists

Current solutions are inflexible, costly, and difficult to use.

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Quality Results

Image gradability around 50-60%

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Intensive Setup Costs

Hours of training, difficult to integrate in clinical workflow, immobile

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Large Upfront Capital Expense

Starting price from $5,000+

Our Solution:
Built for all Healthcare Staff

Our solution is a frictionless workflow and enables all healthcare staff to obtain quick results.

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Quick Quality Results

Exams in 3 minutes or less and Image gradability above 95%

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No Initial Setup Costs

Untrained medical assistants can learn to use the platform in under 15 minutes

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No Capital Expense

Cost financed through a low monthly fee or other payment structure that meets your needs

Screenable diseases with Spect’s network of licensed specialists

Retinal image data is then sent to Spect’s network of licensed eye specialists (e.g. ophthalmologists and optometrists) for evaluation.

Common Eye Diseases

  • Stages of Diabetic Retinopathy with and without macular edema
  • Stages of Dry Macular Degeneration
  • End Stage Wet Macular Degeneration
  • Myopic Degeneration
  • Epiretinal Membrane
  • Retinal Vein Occlusion

Rarer Eye Diseases

  • Choroidal Nevus
  • Macular Hole
  • Optic Nerve suspicious for Glaucoma
  • Optic Disc Edema
  • And Many More

Markets Spect Serves

The Spect solution is proudly deployed nationwide. We are heavily focused on screening the Senior Population.

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At-Home Health
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In-Clinic Offices
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Medicare/ Medicaid

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*Spect’s ophthalmic camera is a general use camera and is only used to take retinal images to be graded by a licensed ophthalmologist or optometrist. The camera does not make any medical recommendations by itself.
**Spect’s telemedicine platform is a non-device-MDDS and intended to transfer, store, convert formats, and display medical device data e.g. data from the general use camera.