Healthcare Information Technology


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.
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.
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.

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