Why have many eye care professionals adopted cloud-based optometry EHR and practice management software? Because the best software has the power to transform your business and the patient care experience.
The domino effect theory is the cumulative effect created when a specific result sets off a chain of similar results. Using customizable optometry software to simplify patient flow can highly impact the efficiency of your practice in a domino effect.
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?
Is your eye care practice providing excellent patient care and bringing in positive cash flow? Many businesses struggle to accomplish these goals side by side. It's always one or the other until they learn how to use eye care EHR data mining to drive revenue effectively.
Managing an environmentally friendly optometry office where hundreds of patients each month move seamlessly from check-in to check-out is much easier when you invest in your business and use an optometry EHR that works as you do. Efficiently managing patient flow impacts staff performance, patient experiences, and revenue growth.
Eye care EHR patient portals have become increasingly widespread in recent years. Patient portals that integrate easily with ophthalmology and optometry EHR software, such as MaximEyes.com’s all-in-one system, provide the most options for increasing connectivity, improving patient engagement and patient satisfaction, and reducing patient care costs.
Is your staff spending too much time re-entering patient information from paper to computer at check-in? It’s time to create a positive experience for your office and patients and move from paper forms on clipboards to digital patient intake forms.
Every eye care practice gets to decide the values, expectations, and atmosphere they want to set for their workplace. These decisions define the work culture that makes your practice unique from the rest when hiring eye care staff. Your new employees will get to decide if they want to be a part of this culture within their first few weeks of starting.
Are you using multiple software programs to view patient ophthalmic images from diagnostic equipment? If yes, consider moving to an ophthalmic image management system that consolidates all the images into one central repository. This allows you to quickly access, compare, pan, zoom, and annotate images from multiple patient visits and devices.