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YOUR PRACTICE

5 Tips to improve your HCAHPS scoresData measured by the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey is increasingly important. Learn five ways technology can help you positively influence these metrics.
Fertile technologiesHere I review 3 of the newest technologies that are helping patients achieve their dreams of becoming parents.
Advanced Analytics Improve Physician Engagement and Performance in ACOsHealth plans are using advanced analytics to improve physician engagement, performance and satisfaction in ACOs and risk-sharing contracts.
Avoiding the pitfall of epithelial basement membrane dystrophyI am again reminding you that optometry has a renewed purpose in the management of our cataract and refractive patients.
Four ways the genomic data commons will advance cancer careA new cancer database, the Genomic Data Commons, aims to make research more accessible
Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watch
Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watchIs interoperability in healthcare a dream, or will payers, providers, and technology vendors finally come together to make data more available to one another?
Improve your practice: Medical practice websitesPractice websites are a valuable tool to attract new parents to your practice, and they can offer a wide variety of indispensable information that can reduce your staff’s workload.
Opinion: Value-based medicine requires personalized incentivesIn today’s increasingly consumer-driven environment, personalization is not only expected, but a demanded part of the user experience.
5 zones of your practice that need TLCTrue success comes from consistently giving attention to every part of the practice, not focusing all of your attention on one area at a time.
Handling patients who want you to adjust glasses purchased onlineGone are those simple days when nearly all patients purchased glasses from their eye doctors’ offices. Online eyewear vendors have exploded onto the scene, and the fallout includes the doctor/patient relationship.