Tag Archives: private practice

Optometry Practice Management with Rev360

This is a sponsored post by Rev360, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎  In the age of modern technology, advancements have changed the way we do things. Software and storage is completely different. Eye care software is no exception. Many practices are either using electronic health records (EHR) …

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RevolutionEHR – Eyecare Software for Many Modalities

This is a sponsored post by RevolutionEHR, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎  There are countless practice modalities in optometry. No matter the modality, patient record keeping is mandatory. In modern medicine, that typically means utilizing an electronic health record (EHR). It can be difficult choosing an EHR …

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My Favorite RevolutionEHR Features

This is a sponsored post by RevolutionEHR, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎  Every electronic health record has specific strengths. I have been using RevolutionEHR for the past several years. Throughout this time, I have come to depend on specific features of this software that I utilize on a daily …

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Guide to Coding and Billing in Optometry

Coding and Billing in Optometry

If you are new to the world of coding and billing in Optometry, I am sure you are wondering where to begin. Unfortunately not much is covered during your years learning optometry so as soon as you graduate you have to begin catching up to your more experienced colleagues. Learning …

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Staying Independent in Optometry During Consolidation

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Staying independent in optometry is a challenge. There are a lot of complexities the independent optometrist faces, particularly administrative roles. We had the opportunity to sit down with Aaron Lech, OD owner at ClearVue Eye Care, during Vision Expo East, and asked him to share some thoughts on how the independent OD …

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Guide to Optometry Practice Partnership

There are many things to consider, as you take the leap from student to doctor. Most fourth-year students finish their final semester ailing from a strange combination of senioritis and doctoritis. By the end of your clinical rotations in 4th year, you most likely have completed every academic milestone that …

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