HealTheia is now offering custom telemedicine solutions with our Hybrid Tele-EyeCare (HyTEC) protocol and eye care-specific software to provide the safe and efficient care to your patients in our "new normal" environment. Contact us to learn more and see how our HealTheia HyTEC protocols and software can help your patients and practice.
HealTheia provides advanced, customizable telemedicine solutions and software for eye care.
HealTheia provides industry-leading solutions developed specifically for:
- Primary care clinics (HEALTheia Primary)
- Urgent care clinics/emergency rooms (HEALTheia Consult)
- Ophthalmologists/optometrists (HEALTheia Specialist)
HealTheia Hybrid Tele-EyeCare (HyTEC) workflow model and software:
- Represents a paradigm shift in how we see patients in clinic now and into the future
- Adopts a combined in-office and virtual model to adapt to the "new normal"
Our turn-key solutions utilize:
- Advanced digital retinal imaging
- Cloud-based image storage
We are also developing customized software for the eye care ecosystem, including an investigational machine learning platform to support image data analysis and triaging.
Who We Are
Leading technology provides the best for your patients:
•Ultra-wide field non-mydriatic retina imaging
•<2% ungradable images with wide-field imaging
•Ability to image 200º of the retina, including the macula and retina periphery to increase ability to identify retinal and optic nerve diseases
Expert decision making:
Image evaluation, grading, and consultation by fellowship-trained retina specialists in your local area
Customized reports sent within 24 hours and emergent (<1 hour) reading options available
•Timely reports identifying presence of pathology, severity, and recommended follow-up
•Identification of urgent/emergent referable pathology
Completing the loop
•Other tele-ophthalmology solutions send report with recommendations for follow-up and need for referral
•Our solution works to virtually connect patient with a provider or promptly refer patients with sight-threatening disease to local eye care partners
Meet the Team
Vitreoretinal Surgeon, CEO
Dr. Houston graduated with a degree in engineering from University of Florida. He graduated AOA from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He then completed ophthalmology residency at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute where he was a Heed Fellow. Dr. Houston then completed his vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital where he was a Ron Michels Fellow. He also worked with esteemed faculty at Wills Eye Hospital developing telemedicine solutions. Dr. Houston is a partner and vitreoretinal surgeon at Florida Retina Institute. He has over 60+ peer-reviewed papers and presentations as well as several book chapters. He has an interest in innovative technologies in healthcare. Dr. Houston is heavily involved in surgical innovations employing 3D digital video approaches to retinal surgical techniques.
Vitreoretinal Surgeon, President
Dr. Rahimy graduated AOA from the Baylor College of Medicine. He completed ophthalmology residency at Jules Stein Eye Institute/UCLA where he was a Heed Fellow. Dr. Rahimy then completed his vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital where he was a Ron Michels Fellow. Dr. Rahimy has over 100 peer-reviewed scientific publications, has contributed to more than 100 abstracts presented at national and international ophthalmic meetings where he is a frequent invited speaker to, and has numerous first-authored book chapters as well as other non-peer reviewed articles. His research interests include macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, novel retinal imaging platforms, and telemedicine in ophthalmology. He has a particular interest in the interplay between technology and medicine, notably with emerging AI and deep learning platforms, and how ongoing advancements and further integration will transform healthcare delivery in the future.
Vitreoretinal Surgeon, President
Dr. Miller graduated from MIT prior to getting his medical degree from the University of Michigan. He completed ophthalmology residency and vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at Mass. Eye and Ear, where he joined the Retina Service faculty in 2015. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Mass. Eye and Ear (https://researchers.masseyeandear.org/details/73), where he also serves as the Director of Retinal Imaging and the Principal Investigator of the Harvard Retinal Imaging Lab (https://retinaimaginglab.com/). Dr. Miller has completed several research projects with investigational imaging devices, including swept source OCT and OCT-Angiography. Dr. Miller also develops surgical innovations employing 3D digital video approaches to retinal surgical techniques.