eSight and Marathon Medical Corporation Partner to Provide Sight Enhancing Medical Devices
Leading vision-enhancement platform, eSight, and Marathon Medical Corporation, a SDVOSB (Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business) certified distributor to veteran medical facilities across the United States, announce that the’ve partnered to provide eSight 4 assistive eyewear medical devices to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) national healthcare system. This collaboration increases the availability and accessibility of the life-altering devices.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is the largest integrated healthcare system in the country. It provides critical healthcare and other services to over 9 million enrolled veterans through 1,298 hospitals and clinics across the country. Marathon’s qualification within the Service-Disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Certification program allows the VA’s procurement arm to give higher priority to its available products. This partnership streamlines the purchasing and contract process and provides enhanced product choices for VA healthcare professionals.
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“Having our eSight 4 medical device specifically selected by the VA and added to the approved product list is a great honor. At eSight, we aim to enhance the lives of the visually impaired, and we expect this partnership will help bring back independence to thousands of our veterans,” said eSight Marketing Manager Roland Mattern. “We’re also thrilled to partner with Marathon. Marathon’s distribution capabilities and pristine reputation make them a perfect partner to expand our accessibility to service members across the country.”
eSight’s latest iteration of the device, eSight 4, is the most versatile and advanced all-in-one wearable device for people with central vison loss. It houses a high-speed, high-definition camera that captures everything the wearer is looking at. Advanced, clinically validated algorithms optimize and enhance the footage, which is then presented on two near-to-eye screens in real time with extreme clarity. eSight 4 maintains use of the wearer’s remaining peripheral vision, allowing the user to stay mobile to facilitate normal activities of daily living.
“This partnership has a nationwide impact for veterans looking to regain independence following their service in the U.S. military,” said Marathon Chief Operating Officer Jon Landis. “eSight creates the latest and greatest of low-vision digital eyewear. We look forward to working with eSight to distribute these life-altering devices to VA medical centers nationwide.”
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