http://www.roberttaylorgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/vision.jpg 317 762 Robert Taylor Group http://www.roberttaylorgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/RTG_logo_blue-300x81.png Robert Taylor Group2017-06-01 07:39:432017-11-08 14:05:11Importance of Vision
Importance of Vision
Importance of Vision
Routine eye care is essential for the overall health and safety of your employees. Undiagnosed diseases, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and glaucoma, can be detected during an annual eye exam. CEC’s comprehensive benefit will ensure that your employees are able to get the eye care they need.
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Why Choose CEC?
CEC’s easy-to-use Benefits Managers Portal gives you all the information you need about your plan whenever you need it. There you will find benefit information, enrollment data, invoices and reports. You can also request member ID cards from the portal.
CEC offers a portability plan that is unique in the industry. Designed to reduce your workload, our plan does not require COBRA – we handle all of the administration. Members can continue their coverage without a rate increase and can keep their coverage for as long as they like!
CEC understands that your needs may be unique. We are happy to customize a vision plan that works for you and your employees at an affordable price.
June is Cataract awareness month!
Vision Screenings Are Not Eye Exams!
Take Care of Your Eyes.
To determine whether you have a cataract, your doctor will review your medical history and symptoms, and perform an eye examination. Your doctor may conduct several tests, including:
- Visual acuity test. A visual acuity test uses an eye chart to measure how well you canead a series of letters. Your eyes are tested one at a time, while the other eye is covered. Using a chart or a viewing device with progressively smaller letters, your eye doctor determines if you have 20/20 vision or if your vision shows signs of impairment.
- Slit-lamp examination. A slit lamp allows your eye doctor to see the structures at the front of your eye under magnification. The microscope is called a slit lamp because it uses an intense line of light, a slit, to illuminate your cornea, iris, lens, and the space between your iris and cornea. The slit allows your doctor to view these structures in small sections, which makes it easier to detect any tiny abnormalities.
- Retinal exam. To prepare for a retinal exam, your eye doctor puts drops in your eyes to open your pupils wide (dilate). This makes it easier to examine the back of your eyes (retina). Using a slit lamp or a special device called an ophthalmoscope, your eye doctor can examine your lens for signs of a cataract.