In India, the eye exam can be expensive.
According to a survey done by the Indian Medical Association, there is a gap of about 12% between the cost of the eye test and the amount of money the doctor spends.
A report by the American College of Ophthalmology found that out of the 12% of the patients that were able to get the test, around one in five (19%) were able see the results in the exam room.
A recent survey of Indian doctors found that only 5% had a referral fee and only 6% had any referral fee.
However, doctors are looking for ways to help the poor pay for their eye tests.
According the Ophthalmological Society of India, there are a variety of ways to pay for the eye exams.
The most common methods are insurance, gift cards and bank transfers.
The Indian government has also launched a pilot scheme for the poor to pay their eye exams in person.
If you are a doctor and need to pay your eye tests in person, you can call the Ophthalmological Consultants and Assessors Office on +91 888 726 2187 or visit the OPHTHALMOLOGICAL COLLABORATORIAL SERVICES page.