Welcome to the October edition of The OD Advocate, our information-packed monthly newsletter. We hope you’ll enjoy the content we’ve presented, and of course, we’d love to hear your feedback!
Now Seeing Patients for Cosmetic Evaluations
Rohan Verma, M.D.
Rohan Verma, MD is a Board-certified Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He specializes in eyelid lesions, chalazions, cysts, scarless eyelid surgeries, endoscopic brow lifts, face lifts, neck lifts, and minimally invasive procedures such as dermal fillers and Botox to enhance facial features. Dr. Verma is now seeing patients in a few of our Houston-area locations.
Simple, compliant, multi-party healthcare payments
We are excited for our continued success with both happy doctors and happy patients using CoFi. CoFi brings compliance to co-management payments – and a premium payment experience for your premium, self-pay patients.
Upcoming Virtual Continuing Education Event:
Compliance and CoManaging Post Operative Care
Please join us via Zoom on October 17th, from 6-7PM, as Dr. Brian Wright educates us on Compliance and Comanaging Post Operative Care- Surgeon and Optometrist Roles and Responsibilities post-surgery.
Tip of the Month:
Book Your Cataract Patients NOW Before the End of the Year!
As we quickly approach the end of the year, we highly recommend scheduling your cataract patients ASAP for their consultations. This will help us allow enough time for your patients to have their consults, pretesting appointments, and eye surgeries before the end of the year. Plus, they can pay less if their deductibles have already been met. Let’s help your cataract patients SEE LIFE BETTER in time for 2024!
LASIK and Cataract Postoperative Care Guides
These helpful guides are suggestions and tips from our surgeons on how to make your post-operative appointments successful. These forms will help protect and ensure full compliance with comanagement. We hope you find these guides useful and easy to navigate.
Use it or Lose it!
Encourage patients to use their Flexible Spending and Health Savings Account funds before the end of the year. Some of these account funds do not roll-over, causing the patient to lose money. This can be a great help when speaking with patients who are having trouble committing to a date or finding the needed funds for any upgraded procedures. Remind them their FSA and HSA funds are an allowed form of payment for all of their vision needs!