Eyefinity Earns Four 2019 EyeVote Readers’ Choice Awards

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Eyefinity is thrilled by the announcement of four 2019 EyeVote Readers’ Choice Awards presented by Vision Monday and 20/20 Magazine, including 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 products and a superior level of customer care. To be continuously acknowledged by eyecare professionals for that is truly an honor.

This recognition continues to fuel our efforts to support you with simplified, time-saving practice technology that can help transform workflow and efficiency. Being named EyeVote Readers’ Choice in optometric software exemplifies our commitment to remaining responsive to the needs of doctors.

From all of us here at Eyefinity, thank you. It’s a privilege to be your company of choice.

Key VSP® Integrations That Will Boost Productivity in Your Optometric Practice

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With a new year on the horizon, now may be the perfect time to plan and make a commitment to achieve faster, more efficient workflows in your practice. To do this, consider your day-to-day tasks: Do you find yourself searching through files or clicking between different screens? Is there a way to eliminate these regular inefficiencies?

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How Optometrists Can Respond to Negative Customer Reviews

Review sites are important tools that patients use to find and rate their doctors. But that doesn’t mean you have to let these sites have the final say. Here are some tips on how you can handle negative customer reviews online.

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How Eyefinity EHR Makes a Cup of Joe.

By Jamie Broughton, Optometric Technician, Mallinger Family Eyecare

At Mallinger Family Eyecare, Dr. Jennifer Mallinger, Dr. Julie Arcemont, and the staff strive to surpass the expectation of care for every patient. This isn’t easy in a world where there’s an app for everything, and folks are accustomed to walking into Starbucks and ordering their “usual” like a regular. Today’s patients expect more than just a solid prescription. It’s about the complete experience.

To keep up with patients’ growing expectations, we decided to go paperless about a year and a half ago. I can’t even describe how scary that was, but change always is. With support from Eyefinity® and our scanner, we successfully moved to Eyefinity EHR.

When you think of electronic health records, you probably assume you need to be tech savvy. But with Eyefinity EHR, understanding how to use an iPad is all you need to get started. Yes, there are times when something simple can get a bit involved. It happens with computers too, but that is when the technician saves the day!

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Embracing Change

Embracing Change

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Dr Masoud Nafey, OD

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Have you been considering moving to a cloud-based Electronic Health Record but it just feels too scary, too hard on your staff, too much change for this moment in time? As optometrists we can all agree changing anything we are used to  — or something that works because it has become an auto-pilot endeavor – is a difficult decision to make.  When I joined Eyefinity as VP of Professional Relations I had day-to-day interaction with the team who was developing and promoting the product, answering customer calls, and working with new clients as they learned our software.  I realized early on that as doctors, we learn best from each other; we want the truth and nothing but the truth; we’re ok with a little pain, but we want to know what to expect and then we’ll jump in feet first.

It doesn’t take an OD with 30 years of experience to know what might help you process the idea of embracing change. Of course, who better to share their journey than one of our most loyal Office Mate/ExamWRITER users who has decided to take a leap of faith. Enter April Jasper, OD, owner of Advanced Eyecare Specialists in West Palm Beach, Florida, a Vision Source practice. Dr. Jasper has been using OM/EW for years. Only recently has she decided to move to Eyefinity EHR.  She intends to write a weekly blog chronicling her experience.  We’d love to hear your comments as you walk the path with her.

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April Jasper, OD, FAAO

With the start of a new year I am looking forward to deploying a new EHR. As a long-time OfficeMate user, I adopted, ExamWRITER in 2006. I worked diligently, as many of you have, to integrate my equipment and reduce as much paper in my practice as possible. When I was faced with Meaningful Use, ExamWRITER took me through that challenge easily. Now we are faced with MIPS.

As we look at the future of healthcare one thing I know we all can agree on is that change  will take place rapidly. It is imperative that we find ways to improve our processes in the office, speed up our data entry while eliminating errors and stay HIPAA compliant. And of course, keep costs to a minimum.

When I began looking for a solution to all these challenges in an EHR system, I looked at several options. I consistently came back to the company that I have built a solid relationship with over time and that is Eyefinity. I am impressed so far with EHR. Not just the software solution but also the process of getting started and onboarding with a team who sees my success as a requirement for their success.

As I move through this process of implementation I look forward to sharing with all of you my experiences and helping you to see what the process will look like as you start down this path to the future. Let’s work together to make it easy. After all we are all in this together!

Read Dr. Jasper’s next post here

Make 2017 the year you flourish! #DoctorKnowsBest

Last month, my #DoctorKnowsBest webinar series continued with a presentation from Michelle Cooper, OD on the 5 things your EHR should do for you. Thank you, Dr. Cooper!

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If you couldn’t make it, check out the recording here.

#DoctorKnowsBest continues on December 13 with a presentation from Eric M. White, OD on what you can start doing now to drive new patients to your practice and keep current patients happy.

Title: How To Grow Your Practice
Date: December 13
Time: 4:30 p.m. PT

You can register for his webinar here: http://ow.ly/cdRT306SsFT

I’ve been using social media to share highlights from these webinars that many of you have liked, commented on, and shared. Thank you for participating in the conversation on social media! You can find these highlights by searching for the hashtag “#DoctorKnowsBest” on Facebook and Twitter.

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If you have any questions or comments or are a doctor interested in presenting in the series, please email marketing@eyefinity.com. I’d also love to hear your suggestions for topics we can cover in upcoming presentations. Thank you for joining us for #DoctorKnowsBest!

Meaningful Use Incentives and Penalties Made Simple

oct1It’s October 1, and meaningful use is a hot topic. Here are the scenarios that you can expect:

First time Medicare providers who did not attest on October 1, 2014 will be assessed a 1% penalty in Medicare reimbursements beginning January 1, 2015. That penalty will increase by 1% every year, up to a maximum of 5% reimbursement adjustment.

What are your options?

  • Providers can stop the penalty by using a meaningful use CEHRT.
  • Providers who exercised the hardship exemption, which was available earlier this year, will NOT be assessed the penalty in 2015.
    • Those providers can start their attestation in 2015 and still receive an incentive.
      • Up to $8,000 in 2015
      • Maximum of $12,000 for their last two years of meaningful use participation

 

For more information, visit www.eyefinity.com/mu2

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