Health Economics and Ophthalmology

Health economics is a branch of economics concerned with issues related to efficiency, effectiveness, value and behavior in the production and consumption of health and health care. The 65+ population will grow approximately 50% over the next 15 years, roughly 3%/year. Seniors can consume as as 10-fold the eye care services of younger patients. This will results in a 5% year over year demand with only a 1% annual again in
Ophthalmologists. Following are the parameters which is taken under consideration for health economics and ophthalmology.

  • The role of financial investment both personally and for an ophthalmic practice.
  • The fundamentals of excellent customer/patient relationship management.
  • Establishing an effective insurance strategy to preserve income and a family future.
  • Case study on EHR system selection, adoption, implementation, and adjustment.
  • Tangential uses of EHR systems to increase practice revenue.
  • Utilizing effective communication skills to create greater efficiencies within a practice.
  • Practical tax tips to preserve revenue and income.
  • Drug discovery and development
  • Ophthalmic diagnostic tools
  • Ophthalmic technological developments
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Global insurance policies

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