(Press Release) North America’s largest, independent optometric alliance Vision Source has announced that it has entered into a relationship with Privia Quality Network to provide eye health and vision services to their patient base.
This arrangement is designed to deliver improved outcomes for the patients of both organizations.
“Vision Source continues to grow and partner with innovative physician groups throughout the country,” said Jim Greenwood, President and CEO of Vision Source. “We are honored to now be able to complement Privia’s network of top doctors with our network of nearly 4,000 independent optometrists. Together, we will provide a full spectrum of care to cost-effectively detect, manage and refer the many health issues that crossover between general practitioners and optometrists.”
Privia Quality Network is becoming one of the nation's most sophisticated networks of independent physicians, combining top doctors, modern technology, and an evidenced-based, patient-centered approach. Some of the most respected primary care and specialist physicians in the community came together to form Privia Quality Network, with a goal of sharing data, improving care coordination, collaborating on initiatives to provide better, more coordinated care to patients.
“The relationship between Vision Source and Privia is a natural fit,” said Dr. Andrew Aronson, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Privia, “Our companies share many core values. Both organizations support preventative care and early detection and management of chronic diseases including diabetic eye disease. Both Vision Source and Privia enable independent health professionals access to integrated care delivery systems, cutting edge technology, and management tools, which allow providers to focus their attention on improving patient outcomes.”
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