From conceptual to practical

Creamer, Noelle
April 2007
Ophthalmology Times;4/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p78
Trade Publication
The article offers professional tips on how to effectively implement practice management consultants' programs in optical dispensary. Mary Sue Jacka of Eye Associates of northeast Louisiana, stated that her practice keep track of each prescription given out on the charge ticket and uses a 'prescription only' code in its computer system. Moreover, her practice requires that every patient with a new prescription is escorted to the optical to finish the prescription with a final measurement.


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