When I did this in the past for a previous practice, I would call the referring
office or destination to find out if they had a Heidelberg. If so would I would
walk them through the process of exporting or importing the e2e files, even had
a document I could email to show them the steps. I found most clinics were not
experienced with this (OHSU was the exception!), but a lot of them were excited
once they realized how easy it is.
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From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:21 PM
Subject: [optimal] Re: Importing OCT Data
We commonly export and import e2e files from Heyex to and from other providers.
Beth Snodgrass, CRA
Casey Eye Institute, OHSU
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Portland, OR 97239-4197
[mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of JamesStrong
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:15 PM
Subject: [optimal] Importing OCT Data
I'm curious if anyone out there is actually importing raw OCT data, with any
regularity, for new pts transferring care into your practice?
One of our providers asked if i could export data for a pt who is moving away.
Ultimately i told him the pt. was better off with paper because whatever
practice the pt moved to probably wouldn't have anyone who knew what to do with
the raw scans.