How to Measure Software ROI
In a recent presentation to a group of optometry professionals the discussion of how to measure the Return On Investment (ROI) for the LAN4000 light signaling software was a topic of discussion. A user of the LAN4000 shared that prior to using the LAN4000 he estimated losing about 3-5 minutes per exam due to looking for staff when he needed them or getting involved in extraneous conversations in his dispensing area while waiting for opticians to free up. He did the math and shared that if he only saw 16 patients per day he was losing 60 to 80 minutes per day. He has since used this re-captured time to see 2 more patients per day. Being conservative, that is about $400 per patient or $800 more per day in revenue to the practice!!!
In his office he has 21 computers running the LAN4000 which is an initial investment of approximately $4,000. This means he made his investment back in one week!!! Everyone’s situation is different, but for a busy practice (usually having patients in waiting area) it is more than reasonable to assume an ROI of 30 days or less.
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