Eyefinity is a comprehensive, full-featured EHR solution used by optometrists, ophthalmologists, and other eye care practices. The system offers e-prescribing capabilities, a patient portal, lab integration, and more. Eyefinity can be accessed conveniently and securely via multiple platforms, including iPads, tablet devices, computers, or other mobile devices. Using an iPad during a patient exam allows for more face-to-face time, and this in turn increases patient satisfaction and loyalty.
Eyefinity helps practices to increase efficiency and accuracy in documentation and coding in their offices. Users can take advantage of faster billing submissions, secure cloud access to patient records, and optimized workflow based on the doctor’s documentation and diagnosis. By speeding up the billing and exam process, exam times are reduced, presenting the opportunity to see more patients and maximize revenue for your practice.
Doctors using Eyefinity can access patient data and e-prescribe anytime, anywhere. Role-based permissions are put in place to ensure optimal security of confidential and important patient documents. ICD-10 codes are also built in to the program, so practices are ready when they are required.
For physicians that want a modern approach to e-prescribing and updating patient data with iPads or any other tablet, Eyefinity is worth evaluating. We really like the fact that this system integrates with several diagnostic equipment systems, including EyeScape Digital Imaging Systems, Optos, and Zeiss FORUM. A free demo is also offered so physicians that may be interested can experience all it has to offer before purchasing.
Gregory from Desert EyeCare Center
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Quite a long learning curve to get 92014/ 92004 code billed right for getting paid properly. Examwriter was more intuitive and "copied" what you wanted forwarded for future visits.
contact lens products load correctly, but must be priced in practice management system correctly
Using OfficeMate eyeglass order notes section to type exam notes (VA cc or sc, c/d ratio, iop) efficiently while in exam lane with patient , then I chart exam in Eyefinity EHR at my office desk. This improves my efficiency. Can really get bogged down performing contact lens trials, etc. as it is data driven. Does not copy forward previous findings like c/d ratio, cataracts, and other medical but can import previous spec rx and cl rx. Must read previous visits prior to seeing patient, whereas Examwriter "saw" historical findings and copied forward ( something Medicare doesn't approve of).
Not as efficient as I thought it would be face to face with patient, but can work around system, by using Spec Rx notes section in exam lane, then charting visit at my desk, rather than in-room with patient. Contact lens section is cumbersome, but when aren't they?
Joe from PVEC
They are nice. Unfortunately the product is incomplete and the support team is left trying to save a sinking ship.
Product is incomplete and does not offer basic features expected in a practice management program...i.e. It does not calculate receipts so there is no way to track your gross net income over time.
Stay away from this one. Ask even the simplest questions regarding functionality because this program probably won't meet your expectations.
Jaime from Mud Springs Vision
The EHR is mostly functionable. most menus are laid out and the memory works although I prefer the templates of examwriter. No personalization available here.
the practice management software is the worse I have ever dealt with by leaps and bounds. One month later and it isn't communicating with it's insurance sister VSP. Was never set up. THus I have no payments from VSP this month. Lens pricing is slow, not all contact products exist, insurance billing a disaster. No way to seperate invoices for different insurances - like pair after cataract.
RUN AWAY. DO NOT DRINK THE KOOLAID. I am quitting the service.
Jon from Jon E fitzpatrick, OD
Software is well written. The company offers great support and service. Updates are timely and on target with user comments.
Software is bit clunky and not intuitive to learn. There is a steep learning curve that requires concentrated effort on the part of the practitioner.
Be sure to put the time and energy and effort into learning the software. It would be easy to give up too early in the process.