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Article: November 27, 2019 | Review of Optometric Business

Simple Ways to Supercharge Your Practice

As members of an ever-changing community, eye care professionals are acutely aware of the need to look for new revenue streams. Due to this, there are a few sound basics that every practitioner should consider, according to Dr. Jake Letourneau, OD.

Article: November 18, 2019 | Women in Optometry

How Passion Helped Build a Thriving Medical Practice

Dr. Jessica Marshall has succeeded in doubling her eye care practice's bottom line, thanks to her strong commitment to medical services and a recent focus on AMD.

Article: November 1, 2019 | Optometric Management

Four Ways to Help Staff Embrace New Technology

An important thing to recognize when purchasing new technology is that it’s not enough for optometrists to believe in what an instrument can do for their patients. Their staff must believe it too! By Dr. Timothy Earley and Dr. Laurie Sorrenson.