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ReSeeVit elite HR Camera and Software
The elite Digital Camera is specially engineered from the ground up to be used on a biomicroscope. Unlike most ophthalmic manufactures, which start with an off the shelf camera, the elite has proprietary features that make it excel above and beyond our competitors.
iStand
Expand your OCT horizons with the versatility of the iStand. Enhance clinical decisions, procedure planning,documentation, and follow patients from diagnosis, through post-op.Gives you the ability to scan patients in a variety of positions.
HEINE OMEGA 200 OPHTHALMOSCOPE
Head-worn Indirect Ophthalmoscope with integrated teaching mirrors.The instrument of choice for teaching and operating rooms. Integrated teaching mirrors left and right. Identical images for the examiner and two observers.
TOPCON TRC-NW300 NONMYDRIATIC RETINAL CAMERA
The new TRC-NW300 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera combines ease of use with superior image quality. A new all-in-one design features a built-in 8 megapixel CCD camera. The TRC-NW300 incorporates auto focus, auto exposure and auto shoot for added operator convenience! Direct printout to a digital printer without the need for an external computer adds to the instrument's portability.

How to Keep Your Name on The Door: 8 Ways to Run a More Successful Independent Medical Practice
If you're managing an independent practice or providing care as a provider, what does success look like to you? How do you measure it? And how do you know when you're doing something right so you can do it again?
How to Set Up Your Medical Practice’s Facebook Page
Setting up social media accounts for your practice can be a simple, step-by-step process and a great place to start is Facebook. Think of Facebook as a channel to connect with your existing patients and even bring in new ones by offering helpful tips and insights into your practice. Follow these simple steps to get your Facebook page up and running and reap the rewards of this added connection to your patient community.
How to Set Up Your Medical Practice’s Google+ and Google Places Accounts
Both Google+ and Google Places are easy to set up. To get started with either of these, you will first need a Google account. So, if you do not already have one, go to accounts.google.com and click "Create an Account". Once you have a Google account, you will use it to set up both the Google Places and Google+ pages for your practice and you are ready to move on.
How to Set Up Your Medical Practice’s Twitter Account
Many businesses are using Twitter to connect with followers, create brand awareness, and drive traffic to their websites, and you can do the same for your independent practice. Setting up a business Twitter account is a simple process. Follow these easy steps to get your Twitter account up and running.

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