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Ophthalmology Software

Patients stop responding to your recalls and reminders for any number of reasons, none of which is because they no longer need your care. Brevium has studied ophthalmology patient behaviors and has patented software to bring back those patients who have visited your practice but are no longer coming in. Explore the success other ophthalmologists have experienced with Brevium and schedule a demo today.

Thousands Of Your Patients Are Missing

Everyday, high priority patients with conditions like cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration go missing from your practice. These are patients who no-show, cancel, ignore recalls, or just fall through the cracks despite your best efforts. This trend points to poorer outcomes for the patient.

  • Thousands of high-priority patients with conditions like cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration are missing from your practice daily.
  • Despite best efforts, these patients may no-show, cancel or ignore recalls, leading to poorer outcomes for them and your practice.
  • Brevium aims to reverse this trend and improve patient outcomes in your ophthalmology practice.
  • Brevium’s expertise in ophthalmology patient behaviors ensures effective reactivation strategies.
  • Schedule a demo to see how Brevium can help bring back patients to your ophthalmology practice.

Brevium Can Help

Brevium has the patented technology to help ophthalmology practices boost retention of patients who need vital exams. By pairing automated data mining and patient communication, you can expect more patients to follow through with cataract consultations, visual loss assessments, and even keep that initial appointment.

Case Studies

VRMNY Manhattan

Eye Physicians Case Study

  • Ophthalmology

Eye Physicians is a private practice of internationally renowned ophthalmologists and retina experts known for providing exceptional, individualized eye care plans to patients in and around New York City. With…

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What Providers Say


“CCT&H is willing to try anything to increase volume of reactivated patients but with the new system we’ve added with Brevium, we’re seeing better results than we ever have before. I love it because Brevium is always improving the product and getting more patients back.”

Wilder Chacon



“I’ve enjoyed how Brevium is able to pinpoint patients based on data and how it is customizable. The other beauty to Brevium is that with a the flips of some switches, we can turn on the clinics where we need to drive demand or turn off the ones where we don’t. Brevium gives us a systemized approach to target a certain number of patients per day.”

Caitlin Crutchfield

Vice President of Strategy and Integration at Elevate


“I checked our numbers today. We’ve run Brevium for three months again – we’ve booked 622 appointments! Amazing!”

Practice Administrator, North Suffolk Cardiology


“We’ve been in business a long time, and we recognized that there was a large and growing number of out-of-compliance patients who we knew we could win back just by getting in touch with them. Thus, we began looking for a good mechanism to do that. We’ve seen about 50 times ROI. It’s been awesome. My experience has been stellar.”

Frances Wilhelm

VP Marketing and Acquisitions, Quigley

    Data & Info

    Average Revenue Generated Over Time and Per Activation

    We have found that each patient who is reactivated brings in an average of $174 of revenue on their first return appointment and an additional $284 over 12 months. Consider the number of patients in your practice. If you have 30,000 patients, for example, 7,500 of those are likely inactive, and almost 2,000 can be reactivated with the right contact strategy. This represents a significant benefit for both the patients and your practice without spending a lot of money and time trying to attract new patients.