Written by Marla DiCarlo For medical operations of any kind, including retina clinics, inventory is one of the primary expenses. The costs of maintaining an inventory are on the rise, but not having what’s needed at any given time can …
The expense and ubiquity of injections makes knowing the status of every dose imperative. AS FEATURED IN OPHTHALMOLOGY MANGEMENT MAGAZINE: Retina Injection Dose-Tracking Software Offers Multiple Benefits Modern retina practices deal with an inventory of very expensive injection medications. When …
The American Academy of Ophthalmology hashtag#aao2019 annual meeting is fast approaching. Leading up to the show we will share a new question each day next week that Retina & Ophthalmology practices can use to help better assess their inventory management …
Given all the reimbursement hoops there are to jump through and the significant costs associated with injectable medications, it makes sense that today’s most efficient Retina practices take inventory management very seriously. Whether it be determining par levels and creating …
Challenge in Medical Operations The cost and challenges within the clinical business operation keep increasing at significant speed and health practitioners everywhere are feeling the pressures. There’s a tighter squeeze by payers for reimbursement and little ease from contract negotiations. …
Dose tracking will be increasingly crucial as health care continues to experience change, since providers must effectively manage patient treatment and protect valuable prescriptions. But how can doctors effectively implement dose tracking in their practice or facility? Why Dose Tracking? …
These days many healthcare providers are looking to gain a competitive advantage through medical practice software and other systems. But investing in technology can be tricky. How can providers avoid making big mistakes when it comes to tech investments? The Smart …
Hospitals often struggle with inventory management. Are there strategies for bringing this problem under control to better serve patients?
As the global community now struggles to find a solution for the recyclable waste crisis, what can medical providers do to address this challenge?
How can accurate and timely data help individual practices and facilities strengthen their balance sheets?
Many medical practices and facilities estimate how much inventory they will need using traditional methods like Excel or pen and paper. This approach is simple at first, but its limitations will be apparent as the practice grows. What other methods are available for a growing business?
EDI technology is not new. But many medical practices are still not taking advantage of its capabilities to optimize spending and save money.
Barcoding in healthcare promises to be a game changer for inventory control. But how can medical providers best use barcodes for their needs?
Medications are some of the biggest expenses any clinical setting incurs. What tools do you have in place for expiration tracking?
In developing better strategies for patient care, one key component is data management and analysis. Often there can be substantial benefit simply from leveraging the data you already have.
As technology continues to reshape healthcare management, blockchain has been discussed as a possible innovation that can bring radical changes to the industry. But are these improvements feasible, or do they bring added risk?
In an environment of increasing business competition, industry specific software can be a powerful tool to help your business not only survive but also maintain a path of healthy growth.
Technology can provide an effective tool in the fight against prescription drug abuse
Urgent Care Centers are increasingly using inventory management software to optimize purchasing and lower costs.
Running out of medical inventory can be costly to your practice in many ways, but how can this be avoided?
Understanding PAR (Periodic Automatic Replenishment) Levels is critical to managing any medical practice or facility, since PAR levels help control spending and maintain stocks. This will be especially important as providers navigate an environment of continuing uncertainty in the healthcare industry.
To some AI, or artificial intelligence, may seem like a remote concept, but the reality is that AI already exists. In what ways can machine intelligence transform the science and practice of medicine?
Perpetual inventory systems can help your business control costs and stay on a path of healthy growth
Software deployment can be one of the most stressful experiences many organizations encounter, especially for office management technology. Yet there are things you can do to make the process flow smoothly.
The only sure thing in the coming years is that uncertainty in the health care industry will continue. As political leaders continue to debate changes to existing legislation, physicians and facilities must find ways not only to survive but also to prosper in an increasingly unpredictable environment.
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