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Secure Your Patient Records–Or Risk Going Out of Business

Secure Your Patient Records–Or Risk Going Out of Business In recent months we’ve seen a wave of the largest data breaches in the history of health care. First came the security breach of over 80 million records of Anthem Healthcare. Weeks later came the security compromise of more than 11 million records of Premera, the […]

AAO is San Fran

The American Academy of Ophthalmology put together another impressive show in collabortion with the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology in San Francisco in October.  Taking up most of the convention and hotel space downtown, the show drew over 30,000 attendees. Technology was again the topic du jour.  EHR and Diagnostic Equipment that integrates with EHR packages was at the top of […]

EastWest 2009

Another great EastWest was had this year in Cleveland.  Kudos to the Ohio Optometric Association for another great show. Codex again sponsored the show’s Internet Café.  This year we also hosted a late night buffet Friday night at the Marriott after Fat Fish Blue for Bad Habits and co., clients and friends. Many questions concerning […]

MaximEyes 2009 Users Conference

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking on the Information Technology panel at the MaximEyes Users Conference in Portland, Oregon. Eye care professionals from all over the country converged on First Insight’s headquarters to learn How to Optimize Office Efficiencies with Technology. And while it appears in the above photo that I could be […]

My Part-Time Job

As if running a busy business and raising two children as a single father isn’t fulfilling and all-consuming enough, I took on a big project last winter and spring: Co-Chairman of the Columbus Downtown Kiwanis Club annual benefit auction. Whew.  Anyone who’s ever done something similar can attest – it’s a part-time job.  But what […]