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Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
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Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Insufflators, Ophthalmic
Intracorneal Ring Implants
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Is OCT Doing Enough For Your Practice?
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a promising and essential tool in the diagnosis and management of the majority of posterior segment conditions. Is OCT Doing Enough For Your Practice? provides simple, practical tips to ensure your practice is utilizing the OCT machine to its maximum potential.
Emerging Innovations in OCT Technology
The benefit of OCT use within practices yields positive results for patients of all demographics. Recent innovations from OCT device manufacturers have been particularly centered on diabetic retinopathy. In this article we check in with five companies that manufacture and market OCT devices.
The SD-OCT Revolution Is Here
By producing a vault of information on a patient-by-patient basis of individuals retinas SD-OCT has had a giant effect on diagnosis and analysis of retinal disease. It is safe to say SD-OCT has revolutionized our knowledge of the retina and our ability to communicate with patients. This article summarizes the monumental effects of SD-OCT and what the future is.
How We Navigated Meaningful Use
There are numerous reasons a medical practice may consider the investment of an EHR system. Medicare has a program in place known as the Medicare EHR Incentive Program that will provide incentives towards physicians and practices that have made the investment in an EHR system. In order for a practice to receive this incentive, 'meaningful use' of the EHR system must be demonstrated. Read on to learn how to successfully meet the objectives of 'meaningful use'.
Embracing the Challenges of Changing EMR Software in a Busy Practice
"I ended up going back to my old way of writing charts." Sound familiar? It's the nightmare scenario for practices adopting an EHR: picking the wrong one. Many practices, after making the switch, find that the system they bought is so wrong for them that they want to go back to paper charts. This white paper explores how he did it in this firsthand account. It's important to learn from your own mistakes. Here's your chance to learn from someone else's.