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Anthony Vipin  Das

Dr Anthony Vipin Das

qualifications: FRCS

position: Associate Director

department: Department of eyeSmart EMR & AEye

Dr.Anthony Vipin Das is an Ophthalmologist by passion, an Innovator by Choice and a Maker by evolution! He completed his Post Graduate Training in Ophthalmology from Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal. He then pursued a short term fellowship at the DUKE University, Durham, USA. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians, Glasgow. His specific interests include Ocular Trauma, Community Ophthalmology and is pursuing research in the field of Whole Eyeball Transplantation and has presented widely both on National and International Platforms. He is an Associate Director & Consultant Ophthalmologist at LVPEI and Chief Architect of eyeSmart EMR, a revolutionary Electronic Medical Record and Hospital Management System developed inhouse at LVPEI and has checked in over 5 Million consultations. He is also the Founder of REPOrT (Rural Education and Prevention of Ocular Trauma) addressing rural children in the prevention of Ocular Trauma and is an ongoing project. He is a Member of the International Task Force for Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning at the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO). He co-directs the Srujana Center for Innovation at LVPEI in collaboration with the Camera Culture Group, MIT Media Lab, USA. He is a TED Senior Fellow and is named among the Top 35 Innovators under 35 years in the world (TR35 2012) by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. He is a Chevening Scholar from the St.Cross College, University of Oxford, UK.


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Project Report 2 September 2019

A novel technology tool to capture the clinical information of patients across rural vision centers in a three-tier eye care network in India using the eyeSmart EMR App

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