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August 19
How would you like to see 40 to 50 percent more patients without working longer hours?


Live or recorded webinars allow you to show or screen informative presentations to as many staff as you want for one low price.

2014 Upcoming Webinars

August 19

Achieve Efficient Practice Flow Systems and Increase Profitability
How would you like to see 40 to 50 percent more patients without working longer hours? In this 60-minute webinar, practice-flow expert Larry R. Brooks will show you how to identify, quantify and minimize delays in providing patient care. He will discuss how delays hurt your bottom line and teach you how to achieve an efficient, more profitable, flow system.
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2014 Recorded Webinars

Recorded July 15

The Secret Truth of Optical Dispensing: The ‘Path to Purchase’ Revealed
Did you know you could be getting 30 percent or more of your practice revenue from your optical dispensary? With traditional revenue streams at risk, now is a great time for ophthalmic practices to diversify. In this 60-minute recorded webinar, optical dispensary expert Art De Gennaro will explain the “path to purchase” marketing strategy regularly used in retail and how it applies to ophthalmology. By the end of the webinar, participants will know how to maximize sales and revenue from optical dispensing, the predictable path eye health care consumers follow, how to turn patients and dispensary customers into “active loyalists” and more.
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Recorded
June 17

HIPAA Compliance Essentials: What You Need to Know to Prepare for an Audit
The federal government has stepped up enforcement of HIPAA and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. Find out if your practice meets HIPAA requirements for privacy, security and breach notification with this webinar. Expert instructors will show you what you need to know to evaluate your risk of noncompliance and identify areas to improve. Register today to learn how to be proactive and better prepared for a HIPAA audit or investigation. Compared to the cost of fines and civil penalties for noncompliance, audit prevention costs far less.
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Recorded
June 10

Meaningful Use: Hardship Exemptions and Related Hot Topics
Did you know that physicians who are not able to meet meaningful use might qualify for temporary exemptions from CMS? Did you know that to satisfy meaningful use only certain personnel can use certified physician order entry (CPOE) systems? Find out about the meaningful use hardship exemption and other important ophthalmology-specific topics related to being a "meaningful user".

Topics covered include: Hardship exemptions for meaningful use and application deadline; Core measure 1 of meaningful use stage 2: Review the requirements for this measure and specifically discuss the requirements regarding certified assistants and radiology orders; How CMS' new proposals could impact the meaningful use program this year; Meaningful use reporting periods in 2014; Exemption for vital signs relating to ophthalmology and how to prepare for an audit request on this measure; Clinical quality reporting in 2014.
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Recorded
April 29

Meaningful Use Stage 2: Patient Engagement and Patient Portals
Under CMS requirements for meaningful use stage 2, eligible providers and hospitals must actively engage patients in specific measurable ways. This one-hour webinar will explain how and why a patient portal can help you meet the CMS requirements and improve patient care. By the end of the webinar, attendees will have a greater understanding of CMS' patient-engagement requirements and how to meet them.
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Recorded
March 26

Attesting to Meaningful Use Stage 2 in 2014
This one-hour webinar will explain in detail: 1) How practices can take advantage of the financial incentive for meaningful use of certified EHR technology and 2) How practices can avoid penalties by becoming a meaningful user in 2014. Topics covered include: meaningful use, incentives and penalties, achieving meaningful use by meeting stage 2 core or menu measures and quality measures ophthalmology practices should report to attest meaningful use.
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Recorded
Feb. 26

Increasing the Productivity and Profitability of Your Practice and ASC Through Your EHR
About 40 percent of practices currently use electronic health records (EHR) in their clinic. Yet many EHR users complain that using the system increases costs and decreases workplace efficiency and productivity. This one-hour webinar shows how to avoid the drawbacks some practices and ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) experience after implementing an EHR system. By the end of the webinar, attendees will learn ways to use their EHR system to simplify workflow and improve the bottom line.
Co-sponsored by the Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society (OOSS)
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2013 Recorded Webinars
Recorded Dec. 17

Bonus or Penalty: What You Need to Know about Quality Reporting in 2014
Physicians participating in Medicare who do not meet quality measure reporting and e-prescribing requirements in 2013 and 2014 will miss out on bonus payments and see a cut in Medicare reimbursements beginning in 2015. This 60-minute webinar will help you decipher the confusing rules and requirements of the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), e-prescribing and other Medicare quality reporting programs.
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Recorded
Feb. 20

Increase Your Success and Profitability by Minimizing Patient Wait Times
In this webinar, Scott E. Brodie, MD, PhD, professor of ophthalmology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, will help you improve patient satisfaction by decreasing wait times. Dr. Brodie will discuss the causes of prolonged patient wait times and the strategies which can be implemented immediately to minimize them.
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