eSight TeleHealth For Veterans

eSight TeleHealth For Veterans

A Remote Evaluation Program to Allow Referred Veterans to Experience eSight

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An Exclusive Evaluation Program For Veterans With Low Vision

eSight TeleHealth for Veterans is a remote evaluation program that will allow the referred patients to experience the eSight wearable device.

eSight’s partnership with Marathon Medical Corporation, a SDVOSB (Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business) certified distributor to veteran medical facilities across the United States, offers eSight 4 assistive eyewear medical devices to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) national healthcare system.

Marathon’s qualification within the Service-Disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Certification program allows the VA’s procurement arm to give higher priority to its available products.

This partnership streamlines the purchasing and contract process and provides enhanced product choices for VA healthcare professionals.

How Does eSight TeleHealth Work?

After a referral from the VA, referred Veterans will be connected to an eSight Specialist who will discuss how the device may help them and assess their candidacy.

If they are a good candidate, they can try eSight free of charge, in the comfort of their own home. Next steps include:

  • Booking them an appointment for a TeleHealth evaluation session in their home with an eSight Specialist.
  • Shipping an eSight 4 device directly to patients for their TeleHealth session.
  • After personalized coaching and training, patients will have three days to test out this device and experience the positive impacts and improvements in quality of life it provides.
  • At the end of the trial, eSight will contact your patients for their feedback and experience.
Kids on school steps using eSight

Benefits Of eSight TeleHealth For Veterans

The eSight TeleHealth for Veterans program is proven to significantly improve patient quality of life through multiple peer-reviewed randomized controlled trials (RCT).

The feasibility RCT demonstrated:

  • High accessibility with 93% of patients accessing the platform
  • Only 14% requiring assistance from friends or family
  • Minor technical issues with no cause for withdrawal
  • Global acceptability with 100% overall satisfaction reported

    Life-changing Experience For Low-Vision Patients

    When exploring quality of life as the primary outcome, TeleHealth intervention resulted in:

    • Significantly higher satisfaction at 3-months
    • Immediate improvements in functional vision and visual ability scores which were maintained for 6-months
    • Rare experiences of cybersickness or disorientation side effects
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        Kids on school steps using eSight

        Clinically Validated Results

        Independent studies of use of eSight by six renowned low vision institutions demonstrated:

        • A seven-line gain in distance acuity
        • 12 letter contrast improvement
        • 100% mobility retention
        • Significant increase in facial recognition


          eSight provides unprecedented improvement in a number of visual performance measures. This device has a substantial impact on the lives of many people with severe vision loss.

          Dr. Gislin Dagnelie, MS, PhD
          Associate Director, Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center
          Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Network

          eSight resulted in immediate improvements in all visual function measures, with activities of daily living showing improvement with training. Self-reported outcomes suggest that visual abilities are greatly improved when wearing the device.

          Dr. Walter Wittich
          PhD, Professor of Neuroscience, University of Montreal

          eSight removes the traditional barriers people living with low vision face. Significantly enhancing sight while retaining mobility, eSight makes it possible for people with legal blindness to advance in all levels of school, achieve their professional goals, and more easily participate in society.

          Dr. Scott Gartner
          Low Vision Specialist, Lighthouses for the Blind, Palm Beaches and Miami

          We have been so happy working with eSight. The whole approach of the company is very much about taking good care of the patient. This starts with a well designed device that is easy for patients to use while doing their every day activities. Their patient support program is excellent - patients have enough training to use the device adeptly for their lifestyles. We have no reservations referring our patients as we know they will be well cared for.

          Dr. Namrata Nandakumar, MD, Ophthamologist
          Retina Consultants of Boston

          How Can Veterans Qualify For eSight?

          Qualified veterans can use their VA health coverage to receive an eSight device, paid for by the VA. eSight is here to help determine if eSight is right for them.

          Any questions? Call us 


          eSight is clinically proven and available under contract through the Veterans Association (Contract number 36F79719D0058, MAS Schedule/SIN 65IIA/A-94).