A Vision Monday site which illustrates how integrated technologies improve patient care and build practice success

VisionWeb's I.O. View [SPONSORED]: Managing Your Practice: Tightening Your Practice's Belt

By Staff
Tuesday, April 01, 2014 9:00 AM As independent optometrists and practice owners, running your practice isn't just about seeing patients. You're also managing a business. And, as a small business owner, managing your costs is a big part of the job. You probably evaluate your budget and see where you can make adjustments at the end or beginning of the year.

VisionWeb's I.O. View [SPONSORED]: Cutting the Fat from Your Optical Software

By Staff
Monday, February 03, 2014 9:00 AM With the new year well under way, it's time to evaluate how well you're keeping up with your New Year's resolutions. And for many people, overall improvement on personal health is a popular resolution.

OD Excellence and PA eHealth Studying E-Reporting of Diabetic and Glaucoma Exams

By John Sailer
Monday, January 20, 2014 12:00 AM The Pennsylvania eHealth Partnership Authority is conducting a statewide study in conjunction with primary eyecare providers on the effectiveness of electronically sharing medical records on compliance reporting for diabetic eye exams and glaucoma tests.

EHR: ‘Everywhere’ Health Records

By John Sailer
Friday, September 06, 2013 3:30 AM Electronic health records are no longer “theoretical.” Here, there and everywhere, they are a “reality,” quickly on their way to becoming ubiquitous, following the patient every step of the way through their health care experience.

HIEs Will Allow Patients and Practitioners to Share Data

By Staff
Monday, December 17, 2012 12:01 AM To qualify for the incentive payments established by the HITECH Act, users of electronic medical records must demonstrate “meaningful use,” which is being implemented in three stages.

Electronic Medical Records: Are you ready for what’s next?

By John Sailer
Monday, December 17, 2012 12:00 AM Any eyecare professional who is not already aware that the government is offering financial incentives for installing electronic medical records (EMR) in their practices is dangerously behind the times.
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