Five Technologies Coming Your Way

Posted by on Jul 23, 2013 in Blog

Last month I attended The New York Times Global Forum hosted by columnist Thomas Friedman (author of The World is Flat).    This was a great day spent listening to luminaries and visionaries describe what’s going to happen in the world over the next two decades.    As an avid Sunday reader of The New York Times, I enjoyed what is best described as seeing the paper come alive on stage. While I took lots of notes on my iPhone, I want to share five technologies that I learned about that are on the way (well, the fifth one is already here).  Ingestible Computing  –  You will...

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Electronic Health Records in Ophthalmology: Case Study on Successful Implementation at The Eye Center of Central PA

Posted by on Aug 15, 2011 in Published Works, Report

Electronic Health Records in Ophthalmology: Case Study on Successful Implementation at The Eye Center of Central PA

Electronic Health Records (EHR) is a subject that has been controversial within medicine and especially within ophthalmology. Vendor claims of improved efficiency, “paperless” office environments, and government reimbursement too often fail to meet expectations among physicians and administrators…. Tags: Medicare, Expectations, Data, Ophthalmology, case study, Survey, Electronic Health Records, EHR Download the full article   ...

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Wavefront-Guided Custom Cataract™ Surgery

Posted by on Apr 17, 2011 in Published Works, Report

Wavefront-Guided Custom Cataract™ Surgery

A New Value Proposition for Cataract surgeons In the spring of 2009, WaveTec Vision (Aliso Viejo, CA)began commercializing a new device for cataract surgeons based on a simple premise: providing refractive information during the procedure would help improve clinical results achieved following the procedure… Tags: Data, WaveTec Vision, surgeons, Results, Vision, Cataract, Simple, surgery, intra-operative, Procedure Download the full article   ...

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Decision Time

Posted by on Mar 15, 2010 in Article, Published Works

Decision Time

Do certain types of patients take longer than others to schedule LASIK surgery? Refractive surgeons have long tried to understand why some patients delay their decision to have LASIK after their consultation. Reasons typically involve lingering fear, concern over cost, and/or waiting for a specific event to occur. We were curious to understand the impact of time on the decision process and if the delay in signing up for surgery is influenced by demographic or physiological patient characteristics… Tags: Refractive Surgeons, staff, patient, Patients, Physiological, surgeons, time,...

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A Survey of Consumer Demand for Premium Cataract Surgery

Posted by on Mar 26, 2009 in Published Works, Report

A Survey of Consumer Demand for Premium Cataract Surgery

Since their introduction five years ago, presbyopia-correcting IOLs have created a new category within cataract surgery. The combination of greater visual functionality with the ability to charge an additional fee for the implantation of these lenses has given ophthalmology a new premium-level offering to consumers who are considering cataract surgery… Tags: Survey, Ophthalmology, consumers, Cataract surgery, surgery, Patients, Results, Vision, Data, Market Download the full article   ...

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