Best answer would be to get a computerized phoroptor and integrate it into Crystal.
Second best answer is to use the computer keyboard rather than try to use the mouse.
Before I had my auto-phoroptors installed, I got really good at typing in refractive data. The key is to make sure that the order of your fields is set up so that you can quickly go to the next field using the <Tab> key.
Post by friscoeyeassociates on Jun 13, 2018 14:12:55 GMT -6
I agree with Dr Mark I would only add a couple of other options as well as potential solutions.
The first would be to experiment with a scribe in the room. Obviously the caveat here needing to be that the practice would need to be of sufficient size to accommodate such a hire or change in office flow. A scribe in the room can really decrease chair time in the room for the doc, and if scribes are supported by a cast of work up technicians they can work synergistically to drastically improve schedule efficiency. This would enable you to fit more exams in during a shift, and revenue per staff hour should definitely go up. That being said it does require an office and a staff in a position to grow in that way.
Additionally, another option would be to create that button grid on your own. You could probably have tech support walk you through creating a couple of buttons, and then they can release you to create the rest on your own. I have created multiple button grids in our software for Contacts as well as for diagnosis search. You can even create one button that initiates a drop down with multiple fill options, which would be perfect for what you are requesting. One button for Sphere, Cyl, Axis, Add, and Prism is really all you need. It is actually not to difficult once you get it down. I'll attach a photo example of our diagnosis button grid where each button has multiple options in the drop down that only took me a few days in between other tasks to create. Good Luck!!