Our Favorite Practice Management for Optometrists Resources from 2013
Traditionally, eyecare practices have used client-server software and hardware for their practice management needs. See how cloud computing can benefit an eyecare practice and fulfill those same needs, and see the difference between client-server and cloud-based technology and decide for yourself who wins this showdown!
Stage 2 of Meaningful Use begins in 2014 and we want to make sure that you are ready for it. We compare the difference between Stage 1 and Stage 2, and share some interesting statistics about the program.
If you are looking for a practice management and EHR software, you might be overwhelmed by the number of technology platforms to consider. To see what type of solution might be best for your practice, start with our flowchart!
Optometrists are welcome to use cloud computing in optical! You don’t need to be a specialist about the latest technology and gadgets to understand the cloud technology that is offered in the eyecare industry. Learn about:
- Common Cloud Service Uses
- Benefits and Common Concerns
- Cloud Computing for Optometrists
- Future of Cloud Computing in Optical
Meaningful Use is a popular topic and yet many people are unfamiliar with it. Our eBook will tell you how to get started with Stage 1 today! You’ll learn about:
- Benefits of EHR Software
- Financial Incentives and Potential Penalties
- Requirements and Meaningful Use Attestation
- Audit Preparation
We understand that every practice has a different set of needs. So, we’ve put together this eBook to help you prioritize your needs so that you can pick a unique solution that works for your practice. Find out:
- How to assess your practice needs by:
- Creating a practice profile
- Listing your functional needs
- Building your requirements description
- The different types of technology options
- Difference between client-server, cloud-hosted, and cloud-based solutions
- How to evaluate total cost of ownership
We are already working on new ideas and resources for ECPs for 2014! Subscribe to our blog to be in the loop!