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Making a few mistakes is inevitable. However, you want to avoid any irreversible damage to your practice's revenue, patient retention, or employees.
Learning, whether that be in the form of courses or training, is the key to an optometry practice that meets its annual growth goals. Jumpstart your practice's growth today.
Self-care in optometry starts with limiting overtime work, taking frequent mental breaks, prioritizing lunch, and using annual paid time-off. There are a few other compelling reasons to ...
Looking at your chair cost involves a few different things, including looking into the insurance your practice accepts and your fixed costs. It can be a little complicated, but the botto...
Thinking about joining the world of corporate optometry? Check out this list to see if your state has a one-door or two-door policy to help with your decision.
Is your optical practice dealing with high employee turnover? Answer these questions to determine how you might be able to strengthen employee retention.