4 ways EMR increases patient retention

Have you treated a patient once and never see them come back for the next appointment? The patient was treated well by you and your staff also served the patient with total care. This is not uncommon and happens quite often to practices and eventually you start to lose your patients to some other clinic. Continue reading 4 ways EMR increases patient retention

Sight’s Thief – World Glaucoma Week 2016

To celebrate the world glaucoma week let’s discuss and raise awareness on what glaucoma is, why does it happen and how can one avoid it. Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness with over 3 million people suffering from it. Continue reading Sight’s Thief – World Glaucoma Week 2016

6 Reasons to start using EMR at your clinic

An EMR (Electronic Medical Records) is a tool that eliminates paper files from your practice and brings all your practice information at your fingertips. All you need is a device and an internet connection and you’re all set to manage your practice online with state of the art technology making your clinic a trendsetter in the healthcare sector. Continue reading 6 Reasons to start using EMR at your clinic

International Epilepsy Day 2016

I was in 6th grade when I first saw someone have a seizure in public. She was a friend and it happened during our recess. We were sitting in an empty classroom when suddenly her body started doing strange jerking motions and then it went stiff. She turned blue and I thought she was dying. She looked limp and heavy. Looking at her condition I started crying for help, one of our teacher came quickly, rushed her to emergency care in school and called the ambulance. Her body convulsions lasted a few minutes but those minutes were engraved in my memory for the rest of my life. Continue reading International Epilepsy Day 2016

World Cancer Day 2016

Cancer is a disease too prevalent to ignore. It is the second leading cause of death after heart attack. It is a disease that affects so many people and virtually we all know someone who has died of cancer. Around 8.2 million people die of cancer each year. However, cancer is 90% curable if diagnosed in time. Continue reading World Cancer Day 2016