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Tips To Retool Your Optometric Practice With Modern Optometry Software

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Oct 2, 2017 3:43:00 PM

With all of the changes happening in the eye care industry, your practice needs to make the necessary changes to stay relevant in the evolving market. While your practice’s legacy practice management and EHR solution may have worked for you in the past, it may not provide you with enough features and functionality to compete in today’s market.

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EHR Software, Optometry Software, Optometric Practice Management

It’s Time For Smart EHR Software

Posted by Denise Deverelle Crown on Sep 25, 2017 3:23:00 PM

These days, most optometrists use EHR software. In fact, 80% of the market has one. Initially, an EHR attempted to replace paper, and that was a great help to make data easily searchable, and reduce the physical area paper files take up. Optomaps and other devices that allow your practice to generate revenue have replaced the bank of filing cabinets.

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EHR Software, Cloud-Based EHR

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New eBook: The Complete Guide On Upgrading To Modern Optometry Software

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Sep 23, 2017 11:03:00 AM

The fear of change may be keeping you from deciding to switch to a more modern practice management and EHR solution. However, staying with a solution that doesn’t meet the needs of you, your practice, or your staff may cause stress for your team and workflow. Switching your practice management and EHR solution is a major undertaking, but if you partner with a provider that’s willing to take on a lot of the heavy lifting, then upgrading to modern optometry software could be the game changer that you need in your practice.

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EHR Software, Optometry Software, Change Management

How Scribes Are Used in The Optical Industry Today

Posted by Janelle Pauli on Aug 23, 2017 2:41:00 PM

Scribes in the medical field are typically there to assist doctors with documentation and clerical responsibilities so they can focus more on providing quality care to patients. In some cases, a scribe can act as more than just a data collector, and can help with other things like operations, quality control, and maybe even pre-testing. Some ODs see the additional benefits of taking less work home with them and the ability to see more patients in day. 

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EHR Software, Industry Pulse, Optometrist

5 Questions to Help You Better Align Your Office Workflow

Posted by Janelle Pauli on Aug 9, 2017 2:18:00 PM

The efficiency of your office workflow dictates the revenue you bring into your practice. It's easy to get comfortable in your routine and ignore opportunities that might be able to improve your workflow, cut down on wait times, or bring in more revenue to your practice. Falling into a comfortable routine is common, and happens in just about every business. Today is the day to step back from your comfort zone and evaluate how efficiently your office workflow is truly performing by asking yourself these five questions.

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EHR Software, Practice Management, Office Manager