World Diabetes Day update

Specsavers is proud to unite with Diabetes Australia in the fight against preventable diabetes-related blindness through KeepSight, Australia’s diabetes eye screening reminder program. Already...

The Fred Hollows Foundation and diabetic retinopathy

The Fred Hollows Foundation works to restore sight to people who are needlessly blind or vision impaired. This work includes providing screening services, treatment,...

How are technology and systems changes improving diabetic outcomes?

Adapted from an article written by Dr Joseph Paul, Head of Professional Services, Specsavers Australia New Zealand, for Optometry Connection July issue. As seen in...

How is KeepSight improving patient recall response rates from baselines?

Providing sight-preserving eyecare for patients with diabetes relies on effective and appropriate communication with the patient group, leading to routine eye checks in recommended...

How is KeepSight improving optometric attendance for patients with diabetes?

Adapted from an article written by Dr Joseph Paul, Head of Professional Services, Specsavers Australia New Zealand, for Optometry Connection July issue. Before KeepSight launched...

Why is KeepSight effective?

An excerpt from Optometry Australia's Optometry Connection Magazine - July issue. Written by Dr Joseph Paul, Head of Professional Services at Specsavers Australia New...

Updates on KeepSight recall insights

Three years ago, the optometric industry began a once-in-a-generation journey to increase the rates of eye examinations and reduce the rates of diabetes-related blindness...

Success in KeepSight Registrations

Three years ago, the optometric industry began a once-in-a-generation journey to increase the rates of eye examinations and reduce the rates of diabetes-related blindness...

The future of KeepSight

For National Diabetes Week, Specsavers Australia New Zealand's Director of Optometry, Dr Ben Ashby shares his vision for how Specsavers will continue to support...

Kiwis with diabetes unaware of their risk of eye disease

A survey of 123 members of the Diabetes New Zealand community has revealed a shocking lack of knowledge around diabetic retinopathy, despite many members...