When shopping for new optometry software (or really just about anything for that matter), most companies are going to boast that their products are "the best", "most efficient", "best value", etc. But how do you know that what the company is promising will live up to your expectations and be the best fit for your needs over the competition?
Let's take a closer look at optometry software specifically.
In many businesses, eyecare or not, you and your team need multiple tools and software systems to perform your daily job functions in order to maintain a high quality of care and good patient satisfaction. And a seamless workflow between tools is going to help you maintain time and efficiency with every patient. But, with many software systems out there, not many can give themselves the title "all-inclusive". Let's see why.
When you come into work each day, how many different tools or systems do you log into and open up on your computer? You probably have your practice management system and/or EHR software, maybe an ePrescribing tool, patient recall, patient education, and various other necessities that help you get through patient encounters each day.
With many software solutions you can purchase add-on integrations that might allow you bundle in some of those tools at an extra cost, but with a truly all-inclusive system these types of tools come embedded straight into the system without any extra integration work or invoices.
Embedded Tools to Streamline Your Workflow
An all-inclusive software should include all of these tools and features at one monthly price (no add-on fees). You'll have access to all these features without dealing with multiple log ins, invoices, or browser tabs.
Want to see a system that has it all? Watch this quick video.