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Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
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Zeiss FORUM: a tool for managing clinical images
The Zeiss FORUM is image-management software that allows doctors to view several images from different machines all at the same time. This software drastically improves workflow, educates patients and is a hub for data. Read on for more details on FORUM.
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."
Monitoring Glaucoma and Retinal Disease
This article leverages the author's extensive experience with technologies in both fields, describing changes that occur in glaucoma and retinal disease and the newest ways of monitoring those changes, including structural analysis of retinal diseases and combining structural and functional analyses of glaucoma.
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.
Taking the Pulse on Patient Revenue Loss
Declining reimbursements, rising costs, and ICD-10 conversion are giving U.S. medical practices a real run for their money. More than ever, it is critical to minimize lost claims to ensure your practice's financial health.