Eyefinity is thrilled to announce we earned four 2020 EyeVote Readers’ Choice Awards, presented by Vision Monday and 20/20 Magazine. We were recognized as the Favorite EHR Software Company, Favorite Practice Management Software Company, Favorite EHR Software Brand, and Favorite Practice Management Software Brand.
We see the important work doctors do every day and strive to provide valuable software backed by a team dedicated to your success. Being continuously acknowledged by eyecare professionals, like you is truly an honor and it is especially meaningful to receive this recognition on our 20th anniversary.
This award continues to fuel our efforts to support you with simplified, time-saving practice technology that can help transform your workflows and practice efficiencies. Being named EyeVote Readers’ Choice in optometric software exemplifies our commitment to remaining responsive to the needs of doctors especially as our industry continues to navigate the effects of the pandemic.
In an unpredictable year like 2020, we were inspired by your resiliency and grateful for all that you do for your patients and communities. From all of us here at Eyefinity, thank you for 10 years of recognition and here’s to many more years serving you.
Interested in learning more about all that Eyefinity has to offer? Click here to discover how Eyefinity’s secure and reliable cloud-based software helps your practice prepare for whatever comes next.
This is the 10th consecutive year Eyefinity has been recognized by the EyeVote Reader’s Choice Awards. We also received recognition in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.
With eye care professionals (ECPs) working their way back to ‘normal’ while the COVID-19 pandemic continues and uncertainty remains for all businesses, one optometrist is glad he made the switch to a more efficient practice management tool when he did.
The Eyefinity Team recently caught up with Shane Fontenot, O.D. of Advanced Family Eyecare to hear about his transition from Officemate/ExamWRITER to Eyefinity Practice Management and Eyefinity EHR from VSP Global®. Here’s what he had to say about his experience:
“I purchased Eyefinity Practice Management and Eyefinity EHR in May 2019 and went live with the cloud-based system about five months later in November 2019,” said Dr. Fontenot. “With all the craziness that began in 2020, I’m so glad I made the switch over to Eyefinity when I did. The change has allowed my team to increase our efficiency and see and treat patients safely and effectively throughout the pandemic.”
But how is this increased efficiency possible with a cloud-based system, and what exactly is the ‘cloud?’
Consider this: Do you find yourself chaotically searching through files or clicking between countless open windows? Do your patients sign-in for appointments with pen and paper? If so, now may be the perfect time to plan ahead and make a commitment to achieve faster, more efficient workflows in your practice.
You probably already know that there is a way to eliminate inefficiencies – such as antiquated servers or paper charting – with state-of-the-art practice management technology, like Eyefinity EHR and Eyefinity Practice Management, software from VSP Global®. What you may not know is how fast and seamless the transition can be.
Read about how Dr. Veronica Barber of Vista Point Eye Care in California transitioned to her new Eyefinity solutions in just 30 days and why she says it was totally worth the effort.
On the Fast Track to a Better Practice
Like many other Eye Care Providers (ECPs), Dr. Barber had to change the way she ran her business in the face of COVID-19. In doing so, she saw an opportunity to do something she had wanted to do for several months.
“I knew I wanted to try Eyefinity in 2019, but I was hesitant to pull the trigger because the task of transitioning to a new software and training my whole team was daunting,” said Dr. Barber. “When business started to drop due to the pandemic, I knew it was time.”
The time to transition to a new practice management software can typically take 90-120 days, but Dr. Barber was certain her team could do it faster, and with Eyefinity’s help, they did!
At the heart of each optometry practice is the strength of its staff! For many, this means going the extra mile to provide the best patient care possible.
That’s why Eyefinity is excited to join the celebration for Paraoptometric Week! “An annual opportunity to recognize paraoptometrics for the value they contribute to the success of optometric practices,” according to the American Optometric Association, this week marks an opportunity to appreciate your staff who put in the extra hard work for your practice’s success.
Certified Paraoptometrics attain national recognition through certification by demonstrating an understanding of the concepts used in optometric care, passing an exam designed to challenge participants across a variety of topics including basic science, clinical principles and procedures, ophthalmic optics and dispensing, and professional issues. Equipped with the knowledge to exceed patient expectations, the value CPOs add to their practice is immeasurable.
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Happy holidays from Eyefinity! As 2018 comes to end, and many reflect, we’d like to share that Eyefinity has had a huge year, all thanks to YOU!
With continued efforts to ensure regulatory compliance, ongoing improvements to our products and services, and the implementation of new features we offer, we have been busy. And that’s a great thing! As patients flood your offices to end the year, we’re sure you can relate.
So, what’s kept us so busy? Well, this year we had record breaking attendance at the Eyefinity Education Conferences. We’ve really enjoyed watching our users experience memorable “Aha!” moments, while building professional connections with their peers. We also implemented automated ERA processing, further streamlining practice workflows. Oh, and we won a few more EyeVote Readers’ Choice Awards, too. Thank you for that.
We are looking forward to 2019 and are excited to further enhance our cloud platform with integrated image management, innovative patient engagement services, and much more!
We’re grateful for the opportunity to serve you, and wish you a joyful holiday season and a prosperous new year.
There’s no debate that an optometry practice can’t run efficiently without a well-staffed office. For successful practices, this includes an experienced team with a wealth of knowledge in the industry. And for some, that includes having paraoptometrics that are CPO certified.
A CPO has attained national recognition via certification by demonstrating an understanding of the concepts used in optometric care.
According to Melissa Mueller, CPO, who currently manages the Optometric Center, P.A. in Boise, Idaho, and who has served on the Idaho Paraoptometric Board for eight years, “CPOs are committed to the optometry field as a career and not just a job.”
Not only are Eyefinity Education Conferences opportunities to dive deep into Eyefinity software, they foster professional connections that could last a lifetime.
In June, more than 100 doctors and staff members joined Eyefinity at its second education conference of the year in San Antonio, Texas. And while Justine O’Dell, OD, from Spartanburg Vision, in South Carolina expected attendees to be excited for the conference and its content, she was pleasantly surprised by “the camaraderie that comes from such a personal, fun, and intensive training.”
“It was a great opportunity to brainstorm and network with ODs from across the country,” said Dr. O’Dell.
These conferences foster connections between attendees, as well as establish meaningful relationships between Eyefinity educators and doctors and staff.
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