Every patient and every consultation is different. Eye GIFs provides you tools that save you time, alleviate patient fears, and improve decision-making no matter the situation.
Have your patient watch a short narrated video to prep them before you visit with them.
Explain a complex concept or answer a specific question during your consultation.
Email or text the same animated materials so patients can review after their visit.
Featuring over 40 years of iconic ophthalmic educational content by world-renowned medical artist Stephen F. Gordon.
Eye GIFs is for every practice, no matter your size.
You can sign up risk-free in just a few minutes. No credit card is required. You will immediately have access to all features within Eye GIFs.
Yes. Eye GIFs comes with a 1-month free trial. During the trial, you have access to all features. Once you decide to continue beyond your trial, you can use a credit card or PayPal to subscribe. You can also cancel at any time.
You can use Eye GIFs as much as you need at a single office location. You are free to use it on as many devices and in as many exam rooms that you have. You will need additional licenses for every office location you use Eye GIFs.
Yes. We continually add features and relevant content based on your needs. If you can't find something you'd like for us to show, let us know and we will add it to the roadmap! Additional content and features will be offered as part of your subscription at no cost to you.
Eye GIFs also runs in your web browser and supports all major platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
For the patient education brochures you send to patients, all modern mobile and desktop browsers are supported.
Ocutouch was a Windows XP/Vista application that our creators made in the mid-2000s. Eye GIFs is the successor to Ocutouch and (in our humble opinion) outperforms it on every dimension:
You might be wondering whether it is pronounced with a hard G or a soft G. The creator of the GIF image format says it is a soft G (like giraffe), but many people swear that it should be a hard G (like gizmo). We will let you be the judge and we'll happily answer to both!