To protect you and your practice, it is important to have a plan and process in place in the case of an audit
As we welcome a new year, now is a great time to look back at what we could have done better in 2016 and set goals for 2017. We asked eyecare professionals from around the country what their New Year’s resolutions are, both inside and outside of the practice.
No-shows and cancellations are an annoying part of any optometry practice. They are disruptive and costly, but mostly they are rude.
Make a more deliberate effort to be present with your patients
Before the new year gets too far along, let’s take a brief look at the happenings in the pages of Optometry Times during 2016.
The holiday season can be a stressful time for anyone, but for optometrists, there are a laundry list of situations that happen in and outside of your practice that make this time of year extra hectic. We asked our Editorial Advisory Board to share one thing that drives them crazy during the holiday season.
Opening a practice of your own can be quite overwhelming and can leave you wondering where to start.
Applying the Golden Metric when creating a budget and increasing your profits
I am sure we are all familiar with stress because I do not think you can become an OD without dealing with a large amount of it. In case you are not aware, stress is good in short doses. But large daily doses over years is bad.
Ever feel like you were on a sinking ship? Sometimes you want to be the one to jump off!