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Image Digitization Systems, Ophthalmic
Image Processors, Video, Operating Microscope
Information Systems
Information Systems, Data Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
Information Systems, Telemedicine
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Insufflators, Ophthalmic
Intracorneal Ring Implants
Intraocular Lens Inserters
Intravenous Hangers
Intravenous Hangers, Wall
Intravenous Poles

Six Steps to Safeguard Your Revenue Cycle From ICD-10
With the ICD-10 deadline quickly approaching, physicians should now be engaging in clinical documentation improvement, systems testing, coder and physician education to ensure compliance and that practice revenue is not affected.
Widefield OCT: Current and Future Applications
When retinal pathology goes beyond the macula, imaging can pose a challenge. The introduction of optical coherence tomography has transformed the diagnosis and management of vitreoretinal disorders.1 OCT has become the most important imaging technique used in the everyday practice of retina. The technology provides noninvasive,
How OCT Helps Monitor Glaucoma Progression
SD-OCT has clear advantages over TD-OCT including better axial resolution, faster scanning speeds, reduced signal-to-noise ratio and increased reproducibility. Due to these reasons SD-OCT enables more reliable glaucoma progression analysis than TD-OCT. In this article various SD-OCT machines will be highlighted on the features each offers.
Remote Patient Monitoring Tech Can Treat More than 200 Million People
Remote patient monitoring provides a solution that can reduce costs, improve care delivery, and quality of life for the patient. However, the adoption is still slow and wireless technologies have only begun to penetrate the market. This article discusses the benefits to remote patient monitoring.
BYOD Trends in Healthcare: an Industry Snapshot
A popular topic for hospitals right now is whether to allow employees to use their personal smartphones and tablets for staff communications and patient alerts. "Bring your own device" (BYOD) is a challenging issue because it encompasses so many questions related to an organization's costs, security risks, IT availability, and the varying needs of different groups of staff. There is no one-size-fits all answer, and the landscape is changing rapidly as mobile strategies in healthcare mature.

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