It's not often that attending a party qualifies as official business research. But Nextech's product preview parties are equal parts valuable educational experience and fun timeout from the daily grind.
This year may be coming to an end, but it's the beginning of some exciting times at Nextech — and you're invited to see what it's all about! So if you're curious about what it's like to have Nextech, don't miss our upcoming product preview parties where we showcase the latest feature enhancements to our unified EHR and practice management solution.
Many changes have taken effect for clinicians' Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), and it may be helpful to take stock of the program as it stands while you progress through your 2024 reporting strategy. Here, you will discover what MIPS is, how it works, why you should care about participating in MIPS, and what recent changes have taken place.
Need a little extra juice to help power your practice toward a strong finish to the year? Then don't miss Nextech's fall product previews this September! They're like a digital energy drink for your practice that will showcase how our latest feature updates will help your team work faster and more efficiently than ever.
For several generations, women have stood as silent champions in ocular pathology, physiologic optics, research, and worldwide ophthalmology. While written records might not consistently applaud them, they've always shined from behind the curtains. In 1904, the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) welcomed its inaugural female member. Legend has it that her immediate response was, “About time!”
When selecting an EHR, ophthalmology practices often hear stories about how the new system will save time and bring in patients. Yet, many practices have invested in the wrong system and never live out these success stories. In fact, one 2021 study found the wrong EHR slows down administrative work for ophthalmology practices more than not having a system at all.
Getting cash in the door on time is a perpetual challenge for many ophthalmology practices and can inhibit their business growth. The process of collecting payments can frustrate patients as well, compounding the difficulties specialty clinics must face.
If you’re running an ophthalmology practice, there’s a good chance you are, or will soon be, flooded with patients. Over the past two decades, the demand for ophthalmology has grown, while the number of ophthalmologists has shrunk from 6.20 per 100,000 individuals to 5.68. To keep up with demand, your practice needs to get more patients in and out of your office while still providing excellent patient care.