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Why Your Patients Want Your Optometrist Software to Have a Patient Portal

For the most part, when you're shopping for optometrist software for your practice, you're looking for a solution that will streamline your inefficiencies and make your workflow quick and easy. But on top of just looking for a solution to meet your needs, you should look for a solution that can help meet the needs of your patients too. That's why a patient portal is an important piece of your practice's software solution. We've got 4 reasons your patients are going to be obsessed with their patient portal

4 Things to Do Before Implementing New Optometrist Software

Software implementation has a reputation that causes many eyecare practices to be intimidated and scared about purchasing new software. It's known to be time consuming, expensive, and disruptive to a practice's day to day. While new software is going to have an effect on your practice, with the right plan you'll be able to get through implementation successfully, and you and your staff will be trained at using software that helps save you time and allows you to be more efficient with your patient schedule. Let's look at a few important steps that you can take to make sure your team is prepared for a successful implementation.

The Secrets to Becoming a Paper Free Practice with Optometry Software

These days, there aren't many processes that are left done on paper - just about anything can be done online. When paper is involved it usually creates more hassle to get the job done. It's even true in your eyecare practice.

Paper processes can have a big effect on the efficiency of your workflow. But, we also know that making big changes to a workflow that you and your staff are comfortable with can be daunting. So to start, we've got a few tips to share on how your practice can have a successful transition to a more efficient practice with help from optometry software.

7 Important Do's For a Successful EHR Software Demo

Making a big purchase for your eyecare practice can be stressful and overwhelming if you aren't prepared, and the buying process is likely going to be a long one. Searching for the right practice management and EHR software for your practice is one of those purchases. In order to find the right software you're going to be looking at a series of demos to help you narrow down your options and figure out how each software might function in your practice. So how do you go about making sure you get the most out of a software demo?

How You should (and Should Not) Go About Purchasing Optical Software

Finding the right optical software for your office can be a long process if you aren't prepared for what's out there. Make sure to use your resources and tools in order to simplify the process into a manageable task for you and your staff. You must fully understand what you are looking for so that you can make the right decision. We've composed a brief list of what you should, and should not, do while looking at new practice management and EHR software.

Getting You Ready to Shop for New Optical Software

8 Questions for Your Staff Before Introducing New Optometry Office Software

undefinedEven though technology has evolved from a tool to a lifestyle, not everyone has had the same resources or exposure to recent innovations. This is why you might be surprised by how varied your office staff's computer skills are. Some of your employees might not even have e-mail address accounts! Before selecting new optometry office software, you should evaluate your employees in order to find the software most suited to your office. Finding new methods of management can be terrifying, thrilling, and nerve-wracking. Fortunately, taking this small step early on will greatly help with the implementation process down the road.

We have compiled a short list of questions that could be imperative in your decision making process. You can use these as a guide for what to ask your staff before making the switch.

What Do You Need From Optical Practice Management Systems?

undefinedJust about everyone has made an impulse purchase on something. Whether it's shoes, a new TV, or even a new car. Maybe you had your heart set on your dream car, but after shopping around and exploring all of your options you realize that your dream car might not be your dream car anymore, and that it was missing some important features you were really looking for.

If you're out shopping for optical practice management systems you might be quick to like one of the first systems you see a demo of, but that doesn't mean you should stop looking. If you don't take the time to evaluate all of your options you might miss out on some features that you didn't even think about in the first place! Here's a quick list of perks and features to keep an eye out for as you're shopping for a new practice management system.

Optometry Office Software: Vision Monday's Intelligent Office

undefinedIf you're confused about implementing optometry office software into your eye care practice, or would like more information on how upgraded technology can help your practice, Vision Monday has created a useful microsite. The Intelligent Office features articles about different ways eye care providers are utilizing the newest technologies in their practice. You'll find new information about optometry office software, electronic health records, mobile devices, social media, and much more.

What You'll Find in The Intelligent Office About Optometry Office Software

The site focuses on 5 main aspects of your practice: the waiting room, exam lane, dispensary, practice systems, and outside the office. Here's a little recap of what you'll find in each:

3 Potential Problems You Might Have with Optometry EHR Software

Deciding on the ideal optometry EHR software for your practice can be like shopping for a new pair of shoes at the mall. There are so many brands and types of shoes, that you might just find yourself walking out of the mall empty handed because the choices were overwhelming. With hundreds of EHR software companies, each offering their unique features, it's important to know exactly what you're looking for so you can prevent yourself from feeling frustrated. Here's a smart first step optometrists can take:

Common Concerns About Cloud Computing in Optical

The term cloud computing is becoming more than just a buzzword. The phrase is being tossed left and right and is now something to consider when looking at practice management and EHR software. Adding a new word to your daily conversations can be scary, but only of you aren't aware of what cloud computing is. Here are a few common concerns about cloud computing in optical that we want to take a closer look at.

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