Expand your OCT horizons with the versatility of the iStand. Enhance clinical decisions, procedure planning,documentation, and follow patients from diagnosis, through post-op.Gives you the ability to scan patients in a variety of positions.
|HEINE OMEGA 200 OPHTHALMOSCOPE|
Head-worn Indirect Ophthalmoscope with integrated teaching mirrors.The instrument of choice for teaching and operating rooms. Integrated teaching mirrors left and right. Identical images for the examiner and two observers.
|ReSeeVit elite HR Camera and Software|
The elite Digital Camera is specially engineered from the ground up to be used on a biomicroscope. Unlike most ophthalmic manufactures, which start with an off the shelf camera, the elite has proprietary features that make it excel above and beyond our competitors.
|TOPCON TRC-NW300 NONMYDRIATIC RETINAL CAMERA|
The new TRC-NW300 Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera combines ease of use with superior image quality. A new all-in-one design features a built-in 8 megapixel CCD camera. The TRC-NW300 incorporates auto focus, auto exposure and auto shoot for added operator convenience! Direct printout to a digital printer without the need for an external computer adds to the instrument's portability.
|Best Practices in HIPAA Security Risk Assessments|
Medical data security breaches can and do put healthcare organizations out of business, making security risk assessment (SRA) a
priority that cannot be ignored. Although SRAs are required, you may be feeling overwhelmed establishing correct policies, procedures and systems for protecting PHI for your hospital.
|Shopping for A New EHR: How To Pick A Winner|
This white paper is a roadmap to help you find the EHR that is ideal for the way your practice works. It highlights the top traits a modern EHR should - and shouldn't - have, so you can distinguish between a weak performer and a true difference-maker
|How EHR can create a better patient experience|
Patient turnover may threaten the financial stability of some practices. Studies have shown patients rarely leave a practice due to distrust in a physician's skills, but rather due to frustrations with office procedures and staff. With several economic factors impacting practices, fostering loyalty with patients is more important than ever.
|BYOD Trends in Healthcare: an Industry Snapshot|
A popular topic for hospitals right now is whether to allow employees to use their personal smartphones and tablets for staff communications and patient alerts. "Bring your own device" (BYOD) is a challenging issue because it encompasses so many questions related to an organization's costs, security risks, IT availability, and the varying needs of different groups of staff. There is no one-size-fits all answer, and the landscape is changing rapidly as mobile strategies in healthcare mature.