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Increase Ophthalmology Office ROI with One Stop Shopping

Placing orders for an ophthalmology office, ophthalmic surgery center or hospital can be a daunting task. There are so many ophthalmic products and so many ophthalmic vendors it can be a bit overwhelming. Perhaps you need tip covers for your tonometer? Need ophthalmic instruments like a diamond knife, capsulorhexis forceps, axis marker or guarded disposable? How about clinical […]

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The Superior Ophthalmology Office: Training for Billing Procedures

The best approach to appropriate maximization of reimbursements from billings – is by having administrators with the core knowledge required – keeping your office legally compliant at all times. Although many thriving ophthalmology practices may prefer to train billing staff “in-house” there is much to be gained by hiring a professional who has the ability to […]

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What Should I Be Looking for When Purchasing a B-Scan?

As an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist, choosing the right equipment to incorporate into your practice can sometimes be challenging. When purchasing a B-Scan for your office, it is very important to research the different options and select the best fit. It can be a difficult decision, but following these guidelines and looking for specific features can […]

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Plan To Pull Ahead: Steps To Grow Your Ophthalmology Practice

There are a number business tactics you can implement to grow your ophthalmology practice and make it more efficient. We’ve already blogged about the best ophthalmology billing procedures, which is certainly important. However, today’s post is dedicated to a more overarching strategy focused on one thing – growth. The landscape is quickly changing when it comes to […]

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How to Train Your Staff to Properly Run an A-Scan

Because the a-scan is specifically designed to meet the demands of cutting-edge cataract surgery, it has options for new lens designs as well as the ability to optimize surgeon factors based on surgical outcomes. This predictability can catapult a practice simply through the patient-referral process. This is why complete training on the care, maintenance and use […]

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