Medical Insurance Specialist

We are looking to add a Medical Billing/Insurance Specialist to our team. This person will be responsible for medical billing, coding, charge posting, insurance claims filing and follow-up, payment processing and reimbursement, and patient account management which includes answering patient and clinic staff inquiries, performing all aspects of collection activity with insurance payers and patients,…

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Do Eye Floaters Go Away?

Have you ever experienced eye floaters or spots that seem to move within your field of vision? Seven out of ten people experience eye floaters at some point in their life, so chances are you have experienced them already or you will someday. Today we will be sharing more about floaters and answering the question…

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Front Office Manager

The Front Office Manager applies oversight and support to our first impressions team which includes registration/scheduling, medical records, and transcription. The manager is responsible to communicate ideas for creating and improving processes with a  positive and constructive attitude, and for developing this attitude in others. Essential duties include:  Promote the philosophy and objectives of Ophthalmology…

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Different Types of Lens Coatings for Glasses

If you wear prescription glasses, you probably already know that there are different types of lenses you can get for them. You may have had a staff member from your local glasses shop or your eye doctor’s office ask you if you wanted to enhance your lenses for extra protection. But maybe you weren’t exactly…

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Can Kids Wear Contacts?

Contact lenses are a convenient alternative to glasses. Many people prefer them because they eliminate the common nuisances of eyeglasses, such as foggy lenses, scratched lenses, sliding frames, or glasses falling off altogether. In fact, approximately 45 million people in the United States wear contact lenses. Contacts are common for adults, but you might be…

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All About Contact Lens Hygiene

Are you one of the 45 million people in the United States who wears contact lenses? Maybe you’ve worn contact lenses since you were a child, or maybe you just started wearing them recently. No matter how long you’ve been wearing contact lenses, it’s important to maintain proper contact lens hygiene. Taking proper care of…

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What are Macular Holes?

Macular holes are a rare eye condition that affect about eight out of every 100,000 people. But before we talk about macular holes, let’s discuss what a macula is. The macula is part of the retina, and it is essential to our central vision and color vision. Additionally, the macula is how our eyes focus…

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Is Blepharitis Contagious?

According to a 2013 study, blepharitis affects nearly 30 million Americans. Almost ten years later, that number is likely even greater now. Keep reading to learn about this common eye condition and whether or not it is contagious. Is Blepharitis Contagious? No, blepharitis is not contagious, unlike other eye conditions such as conjunctivitis (pink eye).…

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Can Presbyopia Be Corrected with LASIK?

Understandably, we get a lot of questions regarding LASIK. With around 700,000 LASIK surgeries performed every single year, it makes sense that individuals are asking questions and covering their bases before making the decision to move forward with LASIK or not. Let’s take a look at a common question we hear about LASIK: can it…

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Pinguecula FAQs

Let’s take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions we get about pinguecula. If we don’t address your specific question here, don’t hesitate to contact us. How to Pronounce Pinguecula Before we get into the details about pinguecula, let’s start with how to say it. It’s pronounced ping-gweh-kyuh-luh. Hear pinguecula pronounced here. This…

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