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applicable no matter where you are
in your journey.
ABC Facebook page. Here, ask
questions, seek advice, or simply
bounce ideas around! This resource
is an informal, non-threatening
place to connect with peers.
ABC-ASOA justification letter.
If you've ever struggled getting
owner or physician buy-in for your
participation in ASOA or ABC,
this letter will help you make your
case for membership! It discusses
important ASOA member benefits
and available ABC resources, so
that your practice owners can fully
appreciate and support your participation moving forward.
Annual Meeting resources. Here
you'll find information on how
and when to connect with other
new administrators, so be sure to
mark your calendar for the ASOA
Reception on Saturday, April 14,
5:30-7:00 p.m., where members
of ABC are able to network with
other ASOA groups and committees. You'll also be able to learn
from some of the most experienced
ophthalmic leaders in the industry at the annual meeting's ABC
Luncheon and Program Sunday,
April 15, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
These events are limited to ABC
group members only, so be sure to
join the group prior to the annual
meeting in D.C.
Monthly ABCs newsletter.
This newsletter provides relevant information, helpful reminders, and
applicable tips and tricks for the
new administrator. Watch for these
email blasts, so that you can stay
on top of these important industry-specific topics!
ANYTHING ELSE?
ASOA also makes numerous
additional resources that are

not necessarily an extension
of the ABC group available to
new administrators:
* The annual meeting offers a
Practice Management Bootcamp on Friday, April 13, 8:00
a.m.-5:00 p.m., where you can
learn from the experts on the
most important topics in ophthalmic leadership.
* AE magazine's 2016 and 2017
issues featured articles for new
administrators written in a "Dear
Abby" style, answering real-life
questions from ASOA members!
* ASOA-ASCRS email newsletters
(for example, Coding Consult, HR Newsletter, Practice
Management Insights, ASOA
SmartBrief, Washington Watch,
Washington Replay, etc.) provide
relevant information and answers
to frequently asked questions
in ophthalmology.
* Friday Focus polls provide real-time feedback to industry-specific questions. Be sure to tune
in to these email polls to answer
questions and review results!
* ASOAnalytics helps you benchmark your practice's performance
against similar practices across
the country. These bite-sized
surveys provide an efficient, effective, and secure data submission
process, so that you can analyze
your practice's performance in
real-time.
* Additional resources include
EyeMail, MACRA Center/
Hotline, HR Online, the ASOA
Bookstore, the Media Center,
EyeTalks Radio, the CPSS (Certified Patient Service Specialist)
certification program, the ASOA
resource library, webinars, the
ASOA Learning Center, and the
COE (Certified Ophthalmic
Executive) certification program.

As you can see, ASOA exists to
help administrators of all experience levels achieve professional
success. The ABC group takes this
commitment one step further by
providing the most timely, relevant,
and applicable resources available
for new administrators.
AN INVITATION AND A WARM
WELCOME
If you are an administrator with 4
or fewer years of practice management experience, we invite you to
join the ABC group today.
To the new administrators out
there, welcome to the wonderfully rewarding, complex and
ever-changing world of ophthalmic
leadership! Although it may feel
overwhelming at this moment, just
know that the ABC group, and the
entire ASOA Team, are here to help
you throughout your journey. AE
Hayley Boling, MBA
(HBoling@BolingVisionCenter.com), is CEO of
Boling Vision Center and
INSIGHT Surgery
Center in Northern Indiana.

"

If you've
been an
ophthalmic
practice
administrator
for 4 years or
less, please
know this
article was
written just
for you!

YOU ARE INVITED!
Would you like to take
advantage of the numerous
ASOA resources designed
just for you?
Then please contact
Matt LoFiego, ASOA
Membership Development
Manager (matt@asoa.org;
703-383-5710) to join the
ABC group today.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2

How We Can Successfully Lead
Advanced Administration: Administrator Success Factors—Needing a Tune-Up Is Expected
Advice for New Administrators: Introducing the Administrator Beginners Circle—The Go-To Resource for New Administrators
Business Operations: Some Things to Know About Professional Liability Insurance
Customer Care: Making a Diffi cult Journey A Little Easier
Fast Practice: Breaking Down Practice Cliques
Human Resources: Recruiting Strategies for Ophthalmology—Where to Search for New Physicians
InfoTech: Cloud Computing— Storms or Blue Skies?
Reimbursement: Embracing Change to Thrive in an Evolving Reimbursement World
Technicians: Creating a “Feeder Program” to Staff Your Clinic
Washington Watch: MIPS in 2018—Key Changes for Ophthalmic Practices
Taking Your Practice to the Top
Use Podcasts to Increase Practice Visibility—and Thrive
Trailblazing— How to Implement Career Pathing in Your Practice
Ocular Surface Disease: Reimbursement Considerations for the Evaluation and Management of Dry Eye
Retina: Should Retinal Specialists Be Integrated Into a Multispecialty Practice?
Asked and Answered
ASOA News
Bookshelf: Off Balance On Purpose: Embrace Uncertainty and Create a Life You Love
COE Corner: Preparing for the COE Exam – Keep Your Eye on the Prize
Focus on a Practice: Ohio Valley Eye Physicians & Surgeons, PLLC, on Operating a Practice in Two States
Gamechanger: Karen Bachman, COE, COMT, OCS, ROUB
Advertisers’ Index
Peer to Peer: What’s Your Favorite Technique for Holding a Productive Staff Meeting?
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - How We Can Successfully Lead
AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Advanced Administration: Administrator Success Factors—Needing a Tune-Up Is Expected
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Advice for New Administrators: Introducing the Administrator Beginners Circle—The Go-To Resource for New Administrators
AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - 9
AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Business Operations: Some Things to Know About Professional Liability Insurance
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Customer Care: Making a Diffi cult Journey A Little Easier
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Fast Practice: Breaking Down Practice Cliques
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Human Resources: Recruiting Strategies for Ophthalmology—Where to Search for New Physicians
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - InfoTech: Cloud Computing— Storms or Blue Skies?
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Reimbursement: Embracing Change to Thrive in an Evolving Reimbursement World
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Technicians: Creating a “Feeder Program” to Staff Your Clinic
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Washington Watch: MIPS in 2018—Key Changes for Ophthalmic Practices
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Taking Your Practice to the Top
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Use Podcasts to Increase Practice Visibility—and Thrive
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Trailblazing— How to Implement Career Pathing in Your Practice
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Ocular Surface Disease: Reimbursement Considerations for the Evaluation and Management of Dry Eye
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Retina: Should Retinal Specialists Be Integrated Into a Multispecialty Practice?
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Asked and Answered
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - ASOA News
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Bookshelf: Off Balance On Purpose: Embrace Uncertainty and Create a Life You Love
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - COE Corner: Preparing for the COE Exam – Keep Your Eye on the Prize
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Focus on a Practice: Ohio Valley Eye Physicians & Surgeons, PLLC, on Operating a Practice in Two States
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Gamechanger: Karen Bachman, COE, COMT, OCS, ROUB
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Advertisers’ Index
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AE March/April 2018 Vol 27 No 2 - Peer to Peer: What’s Your Favorite Technique for Holding a Productive Staff Meeting?
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