(Press Release) MDoffice has launched ODoffice, a specialized solution for Optometrists.
ODoffice incorporates intelligent business rules in the workflow that are based on ideas, inputs and insights gleaned from eye care industry professionals. ODoffice EMR is designed to provide speed, efficiency, and flexibility in patient care while ODoffice Practice Management is built around improving the practice’s bottom line.
This product was created to cater to a huge demand from Optometrists who wanted MDoffice to adapt to their specific needs, including opticals, refractive disorder management, patient records and co-management with Ophthalmologists for complete treatment.
Optometry professionals and practices can now rely on ODoffice's unified solution for improved efficiency, increased revenue and fewer medical errors in their practice.
“The 2014 New Technology & EHR Survey” conducted by the AOA revealed that only sixty-two percent of responding optometrists have adopted a complete EHR in their primary practices. MDoffice took this as an opportunity to address this gap by presenting a product that focuses on the needs of Optometrists.
ODoffice was launched at the Optometry’s meeting 2015 in Seattle, WA on June 24, 2015. The solution was well received by attending Optometrists, and several of their inputs and suggestions are being incorporated into the product roadmap.
“We are very excited to launch ODoffice as part of our commitment to invest in developing a specialized product focused on the needs and workflow of the Optometrists,” said Sandeep Sharma, CEO of MDoffice. “We will continue building this product to become the first choice for Optometrists.”
For additional information about ODoffice, please visit www.ODoffice.com.
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