EHB is both a diagnostic and treatment reference App. EHB serves as a one-stop-shop for multiple needs of ophthalmic practice. It offers a dozen features to both ophthalmologists and eye care workers such as educational videos (for both patients and professionals), eye calculators, eye testing tools, practice efficiency tools, coding tools, journal portals, treatment reference manuals, discussion boards, etc. The EHB is one of the most popular Apps amidst ECPs with over half a million downloads and 25 thousand active users. Several studies have mentioned and endorsed the use of EHB.
More than 2 million downloads through Apple App Store and Android Google Play.
This comprehensive tool specific to eye care is used by eye care providers, primary care doctors, surgeons, specialists, emergency care doctors and comes highly recommended.
Eye Handbook (EHB) named #5 in top 10 emergency medicine mobile apps by Schumacher clinical partners (blog post, August 9, 2016).
EHB was created in 2009 by three ophthalmologists who continue to be its chief editors and developers.
It was launched at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual meeting in the fall of 2009 and received a fantastic response of nearly 10k downloads overnight.
The team has continued development and execution of EHB since it's inception. As a result, new versions have been released with many new features and content.
Testing section loaded with a variety of eye testing tools.
The calculators you need right in the palm of your hand!
ICD-10 codes and other codes for ophthalmology – in your pocket.
Stay up-to-date with vetted videos, slides, audio and flash cards.
Discuss your cases with eye care professionals around the world.
Find the content you need on a wide variety of eye care topics.
Cloud Nine Development was founded by four ophthalmologists who recognized in 2009 that a mobile app providing eye health and surgery reference content would be valuable to themselves and other eye care professionals. They created Eye Handbook a diagnostic and treatment reference app.
EHB Chief Editor, is a vitreoretinal specialist in St. George, UT.
A vitreoretinal specialist and Clinical Associate Professor at Dean McGee Eye Institute at the University of Oklahoma.
A glaucoma subspecialist and Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine.
Director of Development
Cloud Nine Development LLC
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