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Defense & Veterans Eye Injury Vision Registry (DVEIVR)

The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 established the Vision Center of Excellence (VCE) and directs the organization to collect eye injury and vision related data.  The use of eye care research as a key part of modern military medicine.

The Defense and Veterans Eye Injury and Vision Registry (DVEIVR) is a Department of Defense (DoD) managed clinical health registry that provides the DoD and VA vision care community with DoD and VA ocular clinical and related data to:

  • Track significant eye injuries of active duty Service members
  • Support coordination of care
  • Support longitudinal studies and analysis on prevention, preservation, and restoration of the visual system

DVEIVR data and reports offer MHS researchers and medical personnel accurate information which improves eye care in support of a ready medical force. The registry contains various reports with multiple degrees of customization and flexibility.

Access to DVEIVR is available by request to CAC and PIV users through the CarePoint portal.

Academia can request data from DVEIVR through a Data Request Form.

Available Reports:

  • Counts Dashboard
  • Data Exploration
  • Diagnosis Counts
  • Procedure Counts
  • Registry ID Card
  • VCE’s Military Ocular Injury Report

Check out our DVEIVR Introduction video to learn more.

DoD and VA Ocular community may request access to DVEIVER Reports online: