Course Overview

Over 40% of Americans with diabetes have diabetic retinopathy, but only ~50% are aware that they have it.

Now, we can do something to help. Saving Sight is a quality improvement initiative that provides us with the tools to detect diabetic eye disease in patients who may not otherwise be screened. Choose your medical center below to start the education.

Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in working-age adults, but timely treatment can reduce the risk of vision loss by 95%.
Tony N. Pira
Tony N. Pira, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology
Boston University

Maura J. McGuire
Maura J. McGuire, MD

Assistant Dean for Part-Time Faculty
Associate Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Tamis Bright
Tamis Bright, MD

Chief of Endocrinology
Associate Professor of Medicine
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – El Paso

Steven Kheloussi
Steven Kheloussi, PharmD, MBA

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Wilkes University