Attention ODs: MIPS Rules are Changing in 2019

Posted by Madhu Singh on Thu, Oct 25, 2018 @ 12:10 PM

Do you know if your EHR is prepared for MIPS in 2019? The 2019 proposed rules for MIPS are out. If your eyecare practice bills $90,000 or above in Part B allowed charges or has 200 Medicare beneficiaries, then you are qualified to opt-in to attest. Your Medicare business, search rankings, and Healthgrades score could suffer if you don't opt-in to MIPS.

Although not all EHR solutions are 2015 edition certified, certification is a Quality Payment Program requirement to participate in MIPS starting January 1st, 2019.

Is it time to switch EHR platforms? What does certification mean and why does it affect you? Register for our webinar to find out.

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Get Your Optometry Software Playbook For Running A Modern Practice

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Thu, Sep 20, 2018 @ 11:09 AM

Optometry has changed rapidly over the past ten years. New innovations have paved the path for streamlined workflows, enabling practices to seat more patients without extending hours or reducing the quality of care. Unfortunately, many practices have been slow to adopt these solutions, choosing outdated systems and processes that create inefficiencies and increase risks.

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Using EHR Software to Improve Documentation During a Contact Lens Fitting

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Tue, Aug 30, 2016 @ 14:08 PM

Ordering contact lenses can be a liberating experience for your patients. For your teenage patients, ordering contact lenses is a rite of passage. And, for your athletic patients, contact lenses will give them the ability to compete without the fear of breaking their glasses. However, because a contact lens fitting is a little different than a comprehensive eye exam, your patient workflow may lose pace as your staff works to record the proper documentation.

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How to Get Your Staff Excited About Optometry Office Software Implementation

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Thu, Aug 25, 2016 @ 14:08 PM

For most independent optometry offices, the OD calls the shots on how to run their practice. They are responsible for making important decisions and implementing changes to the optometry office software, workflow owners, and practice logistics. The problem, however, is that many practice owners make these changes without getting staff buy-in.

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New Webinar Series: Enhancing Patient Care with EHR Software

Posted by Janelle Pauli on Thu, Aug 04, 2016 @ 14:08 PM

Dr. Ian Lane is hosting an upcoming webinar series that will walk eyecare providers through 4 different condition-based patient encounters and demonstrate how to use EHR software to provide enhanced patient care in each scenario. Whether you're currently using EHR software in your practice or if you are still on paper, this series will help you learn how to better use your software or what a new system could do for your workflow and patient experience.

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