Is your ophthalmology and optometry practice getting your money’s worth with your in-house billers or optometric billing service? Choosing the right billing and revenue cycle management (RCM) service is more than finding someone to process and post claims.
Investing in ophthalmology and optometry EHR and practice management software is one of the most significant business decisions you’ll make for your office. Before you sign on the dotted line, looking for a system that focuses on your future goals, not immediate needs, is critical.
Not sure if your practice will benefit from using electronic prescribing (e-prescribing or eRx) for managing prescribed medications and helping patients become more informed, engaged, and following through on filling and taking their prescriptions?
First Insight Corporation, developers of MaximEyes certified optometry and ophthalmology EHR software, has received the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC Health IT) 2015 Edition Cures Update Certification.
One of the best parts about being an optician is helping patients see and look their best, right? If you are back in the lab or at your desk calling, faxing, or re-entering the patient’s optical order into another software to submit it to your optical lab or contact lens vendor, you're missing out on opportunities to spend time with your patient.
Have you ever wondered what the debit or credit card chip does? That chip is the key to improving card security and reducing in-store payment fraud. EMV payment processing technology was created to add a layer of protection every time you or your patients use a card to make purchases.
Now that you’ve decided to add an EHR and practice management system to your optometry or ophthalmology practice, don’t forget to focus on one of the most critical requirements for a successful outcome—selecting and managing your EHR implementation project team.