EHR Implementation

Are you searching for an optometry EHR that has all the tools you need to maximize efficiency so you can focus on your patients and not on the software? First Insight recently surveyed more than 400 eye care professionals using various EHRs.
There are wide variations in how different EHR and practice management eye care software systems help you capture and view patient data, just like there are differences in how optometrists deliver care to patients.
Every day, Dr. Chet Myers, an independent optometrist in Lihue, Hawaii, goes above and beyond to drive customer retention, promote loyalty, deliver top-notch patient care, and spend time outdoors with his wife and twin 15-year-old sons.
Ransomware reached a crisis level in 2019, according to Emsisoft, and Forescout recently predicted an increase in cyber attacks. The American Medical Collection Agency data breach impacted more than 25 million patients, leading to numerous investigations and lawsuits.
Every day your eye care practice faces challenges. Billing issues, patient communication problems, and server crashes all add up to one thing—wasted time. Inefficiencies create chaos in the office, negatively affect patients, and directly impact your bottom line. You need ophthalmology and optometry EHR software to solve these problems and save you money.

So, you don’t trust the cloud? Moving your EHR system to the cloud from a local server is an important decision, and we understand the uncertainty that follows. However, there are many benefits that happen when you migrate to ophthalmology or optometry cloud-hosted or cloud-based EHR software that you may not know about.

Now that you’ve decided to add a practice management and EHR system in your optometry or ophthalmology practice, don’t forget to focus on one of the most important requirements for a successful outcome—selecting and managing your EHR implementation project team.