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Germicides, Gas, Ethylene Oxide
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Germicides, Liquid, Formaldehyde
Germicides, Liquid, Glutaraldehyde
Germicides, Liquid, Hydrogen Peroxide
Gloves
Gloves, Examination/Treatment
Gonioscopes, Direct
Gonioscopes, Indirect
Head/Chin Rests, Ophthalmic Test
Heterophoria Assessment Rods
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Hooks, Surgical, Eye, Scleral Fixation
Hooks, Surgical, Eye, Strabismus
Hooks, Surgical, Eye, Tendon
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

Scanning the Future of OCT
As OCT continues its rapid evolution, some experts wonder if cuts in Medicare reimbursement for OCT scans will stifle future innovations. From the beginning, the retina and cornea have been the primary targets of OCT research and this article posits that this trend will continue with further developments in the future.
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.
Three-dimensional OCT for the Evaluation of Chorioretinal Diseases
OCT has quickly risen to the top as the preferred method for noninvasive, cross-sectional imaging of the retina and vitreoretinal interface in a large number of vitreoretinal diseases. Of the specific types of OCT used by ophthalmologists, three-dimensional retinal imaging has advantages over 2D cross-sectional OCT. This article highlights the advantages and potential of 3-D OCT as a valuable tool in disease evaluation.
Be Your Own Consultant: Measure Your Revenue Cycle
Step outside of your day-to-day responsibilities and imagine for a moment that you are a revenue cycle consultant who is going to evaluate the performance of your medical practice's revenue cycle. As the consultant, you have been asked to evaluate the revenue cycle performance over the last 12 months. This article from The Journal of Medical Practice Management reviews what your next steps as a consultant would include.
The ROI of Patient Engagement
Healthcare providers worry there isn't reimbursement in patient engagement, but look again. Patients want more engagement with features like text reminders and online scheduling and better customer service, including follow up communications from providers. As a healthcare provider you might worry that patient engagement activities add work with little return. But, here's the good news. The costs can be smaller than you think and the return is clear and measurable.
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