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Using Ophthalmic Instrumentation to Detect Conditions Earlier and Monitor Treatment Better Patient Care and Increased Reimbursement

Using Ophthalmic Instrumentation to Detect Conditions Earlier and Monitor Treatment Better Patient Care and Increased Reimbursement

Using Ophthalmic Instrumentation to Detect Conditions Earlier and Monitor Treatment Better Patient Care and Increased Reimbursement

Robert E. Rebello
Robert E. Rebello
on behalf of Oculus

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Launch date: 22 Oct 2015
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Last updated: 27 Aug 2018

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Robert Rebello discusses using ophthalmic instrumentation to detect conditions earlier and monitor treatment , better patient care and increased reimbursement

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Understanding how to use ophthalmic instrumentation to detect conditions earlier and monitor treatment , better patient care and increased reimbursement
Robert E. Rebello

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Robert E. Rebello
on behalf of Oculus

Robert has been involved with Optometry and Ophthalmology software systems for over 25 years. He has created EyeCOR for Medical Coding and Reimbursement, as well as; Patient Reporting, Co- management and Medical Records systems.

He has lectured throughout the country and is accredited for Continuing Education for Medical Coding and Reimbursement.

He has also lectured at Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO) and at many of the Colleges of Optometry to Faculty, Students and Alumni.

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