As a fellow technician, I always carry myself in a manner of respect, courteousness, empathy, and attentiveness.
In the course of helping patients, it is possible technicians may encounter unique situations.
As the prevalence of diabetes in America continues to climb, practitioners are faced with questions every day in their practices. Questions such as, "Can I eat cake now? When will this diet be over?"
Triage is described as “a process in which things are ranked in terms of importance or priority.” Because improper triage is a source of potential malpractice claims, it is critical that any office staff member who answers the telephone i
Optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) was introduced commercially in 2015,1 and it ushered in a different way of viewing retinal and choroidal vasculature.
First impressions are an involuntary physical response made by the brain within seconds of first meeting, sometimes before any conversation takes place.
The idea of creating an in-house training program for technicians and scribes can seem like a daunting task.
Technicians play an invaluable role in eye care.