Select from a large collection of ophthalmic books and products in the ASOA Bookstore. ASCRS and ASOA members receive substantial savings on all products ordered. Order the most sought after training materials and print resources for your practice on topics including: ASC, benchmarking and statistics, Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE), coding and reimbursement, finance, government relations, human resources, information technology, leadership and personal development, legal, management, marketing, operations and business development, optical and optometrist, patient relations, and risk management and compliance. Learn More.
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Empower your practice to make informed business decisions with ASOAnalytics.* Through a series of nine short surveys, ASOAnalytics guides you through the benchmarking process and offers educational opportunities to understand how to interpret practice data.
The first two surveys and results (Practice Demographics and Provider Productivity) are free for U.S. domestic practices with a practicing physician ASCRS membership or a professional ASOA membership. An affordable $250 annual subscription gives practices access to all other surveys and reports, printable graphs and tables for presentation, educational offerings, and tips on using results.
ASOAnalytics is a one-of-a-kind online platform that helps subscribers compare practice performance to similar practices, discover strengths and opportunities for improvement, use findings to make positive changes to the bottom line. Start today and download your free survey results.
- Practice Demographics (FREE for Members)
- Provider Productivity (FREE for Members)
- Staff Productivity
- Clinical Staff Compensation
- Revenue Cycle Management and RCM Staff Compensation
- Non-Clinical Staff Compensation (Patient Services, Administration, Surgery Scheduling)
- Operating Efficiency
- Provider Compensation
- Optical (Available Winter 2018)
*Practices must complete surveys in order to get access to results and results are only released once statistically relevant minimum data set is reached.