SEO vs SEM: Which will serve you better?

Posted by on Jun 18, 2016 in Article, Published Works

SEO vs SEM: Which will serve you better?

In 2012, JAMA published a survey involving 2137 people exploring their views on physician rating sites, and how influential those ratings were to them in selecting a physician. Of those surveyed, 19% considered a physician’s rating very important; 40% thought it somewhat important; and 41% thought the ratings not important… Tags: Management, Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, medical care, Survey Download the full article   ...

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Femtosecond Laser Usage in Cataract Surgery and Advanced Diagnostic 2014

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Laser Cataract Surgery Surveys

RESULTS:  Spring 2014 Survey of Surgeons Using the Femtosecond Laser Usage in Cataract Surgery and Advanced Diagnostic   Click below to watch the presentation of findings from the first-ever survey of surgeons using the laser in cataract surgery.   Permission to Use Slides: If you would like a copy of the slides in this presentation, please  press below button  – Laser Cataract Survey Results | Download Slides. Laser Cataract Survey Results | Download...

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FEMTO Survey

Posted by on Apr 20, 2013 in Laser Cataract Surgery Surveys

RESULTS:  Spring 2013 Survey of Surgeons Using the Femtosecond Laser in Cataract Surgery   Click below to watch the presentation of findings from the first-ever survey of surgeons using the laser in cataract surgery. Permission to Use Slides: If you would like a copy of the slides in this presentation, please  press below button  – Laser Cataract Survey Results | Download Slides. Laser Cataract Survey Results | Download...

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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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