NORWALK, Conn.—IDOC has announced new partnerships for 2024 with12 additional vendors added to its expansive portfolio. IDOC partners with more than 60 vendors to provide exclusive pricing discounts, rebate programs, practice support and resources to members. IDOC assessed the landscape of the industry, the needs of members, and the key practice areas that would benefit from the addition of vendor partners, according to the company. IDOC members can take advantage of these new vendor programs and discounts now.

“This expansion of our portfolio provides new choices for members that will fill critical areas of support for practices. We are excited to bring these new opportunities to our members and continue to grow these partnerships over the next year,” said Ilana Carlisle, IDOC’s director of strategic partnerships.

To learn more about any of the vendors or the new programs, IDOC encourages members to visit their member portal and/or reach out to their practice development manager via Practice Check-In sessions.

“We form these partnerships based on criteria that align with our core values and mission. Our focus has always been on empowering independent practices, and we want to partner with vendors who support that goal,” said Dave Brown, IDOC president and CEO. “We are confident that these new partners will be a great addition to our community.”

IDOC’s new 2024 partnerships include:

CooperVision Specialty Eyecare – CooperVision Specialty offers one of the broadest portfolios of specialty lenses for management of myopia, irregular corneas, presbyopia and astigmatism. 

Frames Data – Frames Data provides the frame information that eyecare professionals rely on to stay efficient and profitable. 

Jonas Paul Eyewear – Jonas Paul Eyewear has stylish frames for every child. With every pair of glasses sold, they make a donation to organizations that prevent blindness for at-risk people around the world.

Leonardo Learning – Discover a world of education through the Leonardo community. With a focus on eyewear, lenses and optics, brand storytelling and retail, Leonardo is available for all staff in the practice, with content accessible across all devices.

Optical Training Institute – Optical Training Institute is a national provider of exam preparation and continuing education for opticians and ophthalmic medical personnel.

OneSpot Billing – OneSpot is productivity software that simplifies and organizes complex billing tasks, providing the entire team with a clear view of the insurance side of the business. 

RLVNT – RLVNT is a provider of luxury outdoor sunglasses and outdoor solutions. Using state of the art technology, RLVNT creates lenses ideal for your favorite outdoor sports including fishing, hunting and more.

Selin Olmsted Studio – Selin Olmsted Studio is a B2B eyewear design, product development and sourcing studio. 

Shamir – Shamir is a leading producer of advanced single vision and progressive lenses. It is ranked among the world’s top 10 progressive lens manufacturers. 

Transitions Lenses – Transitions lenses are one of the top leading eyecare professional-recommended photochromic lenses worldwide. Transitions lenses are equipped with patented, photochromic dyes that enable the lenses to rapidly activate, or darken, when they are exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet light.

Topcon Healthcare – Topcon Healthcare offers the latest integrated solutions including advanced multimodal imaging, vendor-neutral data management and remote diagnostic technology. 

Younger Optics – Younger Optics is the one of the largest independent ophthalmic lens manufacturers in the world. Younger provides a wide array of lens options, materials and treatments to meet virtually every eyewear need.

To see the full list of IDOC vendor partners, click here.