Here are 10 do’s and don’ts to help you steer clear of the courtroom—and take good care of your patients and your practice.
Don’t make changes haphazardly. If you want to make a process perform better,
first find out how your current one performs.
What happens in the minds of patients to keep them from following proper contact lens wear and care regimens? And, what can we do about it?
Newer multifocal designs can give you an advantage with presbyopes.
Even in a weak economy, there are ways every practice can build and grow.
Practitioners and patients alike are continuously connected to the digital world. How can eye care practitioners take advantage?
By taking the time to properly define your business, you can better adjust your practice to adapt to changing market trends.
Contact lens solutions will now be subjected to more comprehensive “real world” testing.
Adding a pill or two of essential fatty acids to your patient’s diet may help you more easily manage ocular surface disease.
Clinical observations and scientific data lead this optometrist to believe it’s well over time to seize the opportunity that daily lens replacement offers.
Work smarter, not harder. Re-examining your office hours may pay off—you may find extra time in your work week.
The past decade has highlighted the need to revise solution testing to evaluate safety measures and
potential hygienic behaviors.
Insurance constraints complicate the management of an already tricky disease. Here’s a winning strategy—but you have to talk to your patients.
When fitting specialty lenses, patient expectations can make or break the outcome. Choose your words with care.
Eyes can reveal a range of emotions that can help you better treat your patient.
Once you have the right tools to gauge a patient’s satisfaction with contact lens wear, progress is possible.
Practitioners should consider the frequency of infiltrate presentations in extended wear silicone hydrogel patients.
A diligent eye exam and the availability of new lenses will help you keep patients in their contact lenses this allergy season.
Implementing a solid office culture can mean a successful year for your practice.
Here is a snapshot of what is happening in the industry.
Give patients extra incentive to arrive on time, pay their bills and stay compliant with your recommendations.
Practitioners should stay abreast of current research and take a proactive approach to detecting and treating Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Here is an easy, step-by-step guide to successfully fit your patients in scleral lenses.