Personalised healthcare

Providing the right care, for the right person, at the right time. Learn more and listen to podcasts exploring personalised healthcare and its potential in low vision.

Every person living with low vision is unique. Just as each person faces different challenges and experiences, they deserve to have access to different healthcare; healthcare that is personalised to them.


Personalised healthcare, or PHC, is about providing the right care, for the right person at the right time. PHC moves away from the traditional ‘one size fits all’ healthcare model, allowing a person’s specific needs to be addressed. 


For people with low vision, PHC may result in better detection and diagnosis of conditions, better outcomes, an improved quality of life and much more.


Roche, Retina Internal and Retina Suisse are proud to present the PHC in Ophthalmology Coffee Chat Podcast, hosted by Avril Daly, CEO, Retina International and Christina Fasser, Retina Suisse. The podcast will focus on what exactly PHC is in ophthalmology and what it means for the community.

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What is PHC and what does it mean in ophthalmology?
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Understanding PHC for age-related eye diseases
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Understanding PHC for inherited eye diseases
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Click the link below to read the article: ‘What is personalised healthcare in ophthalmology?’ Here you can find out more about what it is, how it can be achieved in ophthalmology and the potential benefits of PHC in managing conditions associated with low vision. 


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