Recording metrics and analyzing data across every part of your business is vital to running a successful optometric practice. When it comes to capturing data on your claim management analytics, an essential report that you need to monitor is your processing time analysis vs. national averages.Read More
You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Yet, many optometric billing managers must focus on pushing insurance claims through the proper channels and don’t have the bandwidth to chart, analyze, and track the optical practice’s revenue stream from claims. This creates a lack of transparency and could lose you revenue in the long term.
Whether you’re looking to make your claim management processes more efficient and more effective or just want more visibility into what’s going on, your optometric billing manager needs to track, record, and analyze your claim metrics and compare your practice against state and national averages by utilizing reports.Read More
Your optical dispensary and the styles you carry says a lot about your practice and the community you serve. While your patient schedule may have slowed down a bit with the start of summer, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t work to be done. You could use this time to refresh your optical dispensary to prepare for a successful back to school season at the end of summer. Below are some tips for making your optical shop a success in the summer months and beyond.Read More
Your electronic claims can bring a lot of revenue into your practice. However, many optometric practices don’t have the time or resources available to track the performance of their claim management efforts. While your practice’s focus should be on delivering quality care to your patients, the ability to track and analyze your claim management performance can give you insights to help your practice work more efficiently while increasing revenue and decreasing frustration.Read More
Your primary focus in working in an optometric practice is delivering the highest quality of care to your patients. However, your practice is also a business, which means it relies on collecting payment from insurance claims, patients purchasing frames from your optical dispensary, and sometimes from a patient after the exam.Read More