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By Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, and Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD

 

Don't wait for patients to ask you about contact lenses--take the lead!
 

Five steps to ensure you lead the conversation with patients about the opportunity to wear contact lenses.  >>READ MORE>>

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This Week's Blog

Recognize Shady Sales Rep Tactics--and Avoid Them
By Brian Chou, OD, FAAO

ODs are constantly pitched by sales reps, who sometimes use questionable tactics. Here are three common ruses--and how to protect against them.
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New This Week


Listen to Your Patient's Chief Complaint...and Solve It

Eric M. White, OD, advises that listening to your patient’s chief complaint--and solving it--provides the best opportunities to deliver great care and grow a practice. Rx specific optical goods in the exam room, and make sure your patient gets the best.
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Practice Metrics

The State of the Optometric Profession: Patient Demand


By ROB Editors
Opportunity for ODs in patient demand: Increase eyecare services to existing patients, expand care to elderly and those most at risk for treatable eye diseases.  >>READ MORE>>

 

Digital Strategy

Build Your Practice Brand with Key Social Media Sites

img1By Maria Higgins, OD
Design a social media strategy to promote your practice that optimizes the strengths of each social media site.
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Practice Management

Loss-Of-Business Claims: Stay Afloat in Face of Disaster

By Peter J. Cass, OD

Effectively filing loss-of-business claims can keep your practice afloat after a disaster.  >>READ MORE>>

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 



 

 

ROB Fast Fact

 

How Did Your Patients Begin Wearing Contact Lenses?

Many ODs neglect talking to patients about contact lenses, findings from Jobson Optical Research’s 2014 Contact Lens Insight report suggest. Some 72.5 percent of respondents say they were prescribed contacts only after going to their eye doctor and asking about contact lenses. Just 22.1 percent say their eye doctor recommended that they try contact lenses. Some 5.4 percent say they started wearing contacts by some “other” means.

 

Click HERE to read more from Review of Optometric Business professional editors Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD, and Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, on taking the lead in talking to patients about the opportunity to wear contact lenses.

 

In Brief

Essilor Expands Consumer Rebate Program

Essilor will expand The Power of 3 rebate program by adding a rebate incentive on Rx sunwear. The Power of 3X initiative, launching April 1, 2015, will continue to drive patients to their local independent ECP and offer a direct incentive to purchase premium lenses including: Crizal No-Glare, Transitions Adaptive, and Varilux progressive lenses, and new this year, Xperio UV, Essilor’s premium prescription polarized lenses.
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Think About Your Eyes & All About Vision Pair Up to Educate Consumers

img1National eye health initiative Think About Your Eyes (TAYE) has formed a partnership with All About Vision, bolstering the campaign’s efforts to provide consumers with accurate, up-to-date information about vision health and its impact on overall well-being.
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