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InoveonIfa Systems AG

With over 10 years of experience inside the VA, we help you meet or exceed compliance targets - at a lower total cost.

A turnkey solution for high compliance, high quality care for veterans.

Call and ask us for details to see how we can partner with you to achieve higher quality care for your veterans.

We operate on a “Pay for Performance” basis that works to get the results you need. Contact us to receive a sample annual report.


  • Consistently exceeds EPRP targets for diabetic eye exams
  • Turn-key solution

      • Imaging station

      • Transportation system

      • Call Center

      • Photographer

      • Readers

      • CPRS integration

      • Ophthalmologist oversight

  • Reach patients in outlying areas
  • "Gold standard" 7-field stereo imaging
  • 10-year operational history within the VA
  • Fully FDA compliant

Inoveon’s iScan offers a quality mobile solution to Veteran’s Administration outreach clinics (CBOC).The value proposition centers on the supplying “Gold Standard” diabetic eye evaluations in a platform that allows complete flexibility in implementation. Service is supplied where needed as CBOC demand can be seasonable and variable. The Inoveon service is completely turn-key as all staffing, equipment and management is included in a “per evaluation” price. Inoveon has worked with the VA continuously for over 10 years.


Inoveon is committed to Gold Standard - 7-field color stereo imaging using 14 step ETDRS grading and trained readers with Ophthalmologist oversight coupled with re-read and over-read quality assurance standards.

The Inoveon Clinical System uses non physician readers using the “modified Arlie House” grading system developed in the early 1970’s and used extensively in all diabetic retinopathy trials including the seminal ETDRS Report 12 (Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy) trial conducted 1980-1985.

This method is superior to direct and indirect ophthalmoscopy by ophthalmologists. The efficacy of non-physician readers under supervision of a retinal specialist has been demonstrated in a systematic review, in which the interpretation of mydriatic (dilated) retinal photography provided the most sensitive screening and monitoring test for sight-threatening retinopathy, with sensitivities greater > 80% (1)

(1) Hutchinson A, McIntosh A, Peters J, O’Keeffe C, Khunti K, Baker R, Booth A: Effectiveness of screening and monitoring tests for diabetic retinopathy: a systematic review. Diabet Med 17:495–506, 2000