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  • 5 Ways Document Management Helps You with HIPAA Compliance

    by K Logan | Nov 02, 2016
    There are a number of issues making paper patient records compliant with HIPAA. Even managing a practice’s HIPAA compliance with paper documents can be problematic. Document management systems offer significant advantages to ensuring compliance with HIPAA. Here are 5.
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  • 4 Ways to Save Your Practice Time

    by K Logan | Sep 01, 2016
    The amount of time any given eye care office spends on administrative tasks is staggering. A lot of these tasks are simple, but they really add up.
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  • What is a Business Associate Agreement and When Do You Need One?

    by K Logan | May 19, 2016
    Business Associate Agreements are a necessary but sometimes misunderstood part of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Many practices are left with questions and misconceptions that can expose them to risks. We’ve decided to shed a little light on the topic.
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  • 6 (Surprising!) HIPAA Compliance Problems

    by K Logan | Feb 18, 2016
    If you’re like most eye care practices, you know that HIPAA compliance is important but aren’t sure the best way to tackle it. We’ve put together a list of 6 common compliance issues that we see during HIPAA risk assessments, as well as some tips on how to correct them.
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  • 10 Features to Look for in a Records Management System

    by K Logan | Aug 05, 2015
    To save the money and gain the productivity perks promised by client records management systems, it’s important to know what features to look for in a document management system.Here are the Top 10 features your client records management system should have.
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  • 3 Complications With Using Paper Client Records

    by K Logan | Jul 07, 2015
    Many optometrist practices continue to rely on paper client files, unaware of the pitfalls that they might face. Handling paper records, particularly when electronic health records are also in use, or when a patient management system is used, can create unnecessary workload for the staff and presents other core problems for the practice. These complications impact three pillars of a strong practice: quality of care, security, efficacy and quality of care.
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  • The Quick Guide To AMD

    by User Not Found | Mar 14, 2014
    Age-related macular degeneration is a chronic disease of the central part of the retina, the macula that affects a person’s central vision.
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  • Blue Light Has A Dark Side

    by User Not Found | Mar 07, 2014
    Light at night is bad for your health, and exposure to blue light emitted by electronics and energy-efficient lightbulbs may be especially so.
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  • Eating Yourself Blind: Nutrition's Role In AMD

    by User Not Found | Feb 26, 2014
    Although macular degeneration prevention is possible, you can't rely on any one foolproof method. However, a variety of options are available to help reduce your risk. Nutrition plays a vital role in this process.
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