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Tracking the OCT Revolution
Because anti-VEGF drugs, and therapies such as lasers and steroids, produce limited durations of effect and better outcomes on early-stage disease, there exists a need for heightened monitoring of existing retinal patients and quicker diagnosis of new ones. OCT excels at both and this article outlines how.
Clinical applications of AS-OCT for corneal disease
During ophthalmic examination physicians were previously using a slit lamp and gonioscope to assess the anterior structure of the eye. New imaging technology is enabling us to visualize these anterior structures with micron level precision. This article illustrates how new technology; particularly AS-OCT has been advancing ophthalmic diagnosis.
Seven Must-Have EHR Features
EHR vendors offer plenty of options to go with your new or existing system. But figuring out which options to buy, and which to pass on, is no easy task when you're already stretching your budget to make your investment ... and vendor sales people are telling you that you just have to have everything. The truth is, some of these add-ons are vital. Some less so. Here's guidance on deciding which options are must-haves and which are truly "optional."
Product Video: CareCloud Complete – Fully Integrated Practice Management & EHR
Today's practices are scrambling for better technology to help them achieve Meaningful Use, stay compliant with the upcoming ICD-10 shift and adapt to value-based care. Unfortunately too many health IT solutions only add to the problem and allows for numerous errors to occur.
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?

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