Monthly Archives: September 2011

Welcome new followers to @GrandRounds4OD

Welcome new followers to @GrandRounds4ODs:@barbaraficarra @positive_exprmt @ayronmichael @loriruff

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A2Q by @GrandRounds4ODs RT @lasikexpert:

A2Q by @GrandRounds4ODs RT @lasikexpert: How old do you have to be to get Lasik eye surgery? http://lasiktestimonials.com/oae

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#PracticeTip 197 “@osnsupersite: Anchor

#PracticeTip 197 “@osnsupersite: Anchor device secures…capsular bag in case of crystalline lens or IOLsubluxation #ESCRS http://ht.ly/6CXj1“

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By MIKE KORIWCHAK, MD- Templates conflic

By MIKE KORIWCHAK, MD- Templates conflict with open thinking: Legal weaknesses of an electronic medical record http://ow.ly/6D8a2

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A 3 Step Approach to Quality Assurance in Your Optometric Practice

The definition of quality within our eye practice often seems illogical or anachronistic with a reliance more on documentation than performance or outcome or even relevance. While such compliance is necessary for continued practice and participation in those programs it … Continue reading

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5 Tips to better Doctor/Patient Communications

There is hope for Doctor/Patient communications.  For the first time, more patients from many different sources means patients expect more from doctors. They want better communications in every aspect of their care and won’t hold back in telling you when … Continue reading

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5 Tips to using the Internet to pick your next eye doctor

You’re new in town. Or for one reason or another, you want to choose another eye doctor in your area. You’re so new, that you don’t know many people or you feel funny about asking relative strangers about recommendations for … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Better Password Protection

Security and confidentiality are the bywords of the internet and the last barrier before your valuable data is the password.  Unfortunately, many users defy logic and common sense by using common terms or familiar data for their passwords.  Unauthorized access … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Avoid Social Media Burnout

The invitations pour into your email inbox as well-meaning and well-intended friends and acquaintances invite you to join this or that social site or social group. For many of my colleagues and friends, they have thrown their hands up trying … Continue reading

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