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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

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."
Standardizing Image Management
Abbreviated as DICOM, digital imaging and communications in medicine, is the process of handling, storing, printing and transmitting medical imaging. DICOM gives practices the ability to integrate images obtained from various devices into a picture archiving and communication system. This article describes how a DICOM compatible system can simplify many processes within a practice.
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.
Exploring Advances in OCT Imaging
The days of looking into a patient's eye with a direct ophthalmoscope and straining to discern the details of pathology will soon be behind us. With the growing prominence of OCT technology, we can clearly see and evaluate 3-D image changes at the foveal level--2 to3 ?m in size-- after a scan that takes only a few seconds to acquire. As OCT is embraced, it is important that to understand all of the capabilities it has to offer and this paper tackles that assignment.
Top 3 Malpractice Insights You May Have Missed
With prices in this prolonged economic downturn at historic lows, it's tempting for even the most careful physician to focus on squeezing every last dollar of savings out of this unique market situation. Read on to see if you have considered these insights.