Many eyecare practices today are using client-server practice management and EHR software to run their practice. And with any optical software there are high security demands that must be met in order to keep your patient's data secure.
Technology has been at the forefront of modernizing healthcare and optometry office software across the globe. And while many advancements in technology come with a hefty price tag, we've got one that won't bust your bank.
We realize that many of you might have your reservations when it comes to keeping
your data secure in the cloud. Especially when you hear about data breaches in the news, like the current Heartbleed situation.
The word "cloud" is becoming part of everyone's daily vocabulary. Whether you know the true meaning of it or not, you know that the cloud is an important part of technology today.
A lot of times on the blog we talk about healthcare technology, and sometimes we might use terms that you aren't completely familiar with. So we want to take a step backwards and define a few of the terms that we use a lot to help keep everyone on the same page. No matter how much you research a topic, the learning can be endless when it comes to technical jargon. So we pulled a few optical software terms out of our latest eBook, A Complete Eyecare Practice Management & EHR Dictionary, to help give you a better foundation of understanding.