Whitepaper: The prevalence of falls among older adults

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Routine vision screening can minimize the risks

Falls among adults age 65 and older are very costly for health plans, their members and families. Each year about $50 billion is spent on non-fatal fall injuries and $754 million is spent on fatal falls. The financial toll is expected to increase as the population ages.

This free white paper will help you understand

  • The financial impact of falls among seniors
  • The connection between poor vision and falls
  • How routine eye exams can identify chronic and costly health conditions like diabetes that contribute to poor vision and falls
  • How vision care solutions, including lens enhancements and comprehensive managed vision care, can mitigate the personal and financial consequences of falls among older adults