Every patient responds differently to contact lens best practices. Here are five methods to help get patients to comply with their contact lens prescription.
There are certain habits that seperate successful practices from unsuccessful practices. One OD explains why setting goals, writing them down, and sticking to them can make your practice more successful.
Online sales aren’t going away. ODs and their staffs are able to match price and convenience, but they excel at outstanding customer service. One OD outlines how she adopted an innovative service process in her practices to improve relationships with patients.
Shalu Pal, OD, FAAO, discusses practicing in Canada, contact lenses, and riding motorcycles in the latest Optometry Times Q&A.
No one else is going to explain what ODs do or how we are important to our communities. It’s our job, and no one else will do it for us.
An optometric practice is worth what someone is willing to pay. ODs must plan an exit strategy well before it’s time to move on. A practice management expert offers advice.
One OD determined that she wanted to learn to manage tough cases more efficiently, be challenged by seasoned clinicians, and improve her problem-solving skills. She got that and more with her residency.
In the final part of her three-part series on cosmetic dangers, Tracy Schroeder-Swartz, OD, MS, FAAO, explains the importance of keeping patients informed of cosmetic dangers and how to properly report cosmetic problems.
Eric Kuklinski, clinical research coordinator at Mount Sinai in New York, NY, discusses the methodology behind the Dry Eye Assessment and Management Study (DREAM) study and its findings at ARVO 2018 in Honolulu.
Penny Asbell, MD, professor of ophthalmology at Mount Sinai in New York, NY, discusses the Dry Eye Assessment and Management Study (DREAM) study and why omega-3s may be no better than a placebo in helping dry eye at ARVO 2018 in Honolulu.