By Adam Cmelja, CMFA
It's never too early to think about the wealth management tools that will help you plan for a secure retirement from practice. Doing so will allow you to focus better on your patients knowing you have a plan in place for your financial future.
By Brian Chou, OD, FAAO
In an optometric practice, as in any business, trying to be all things to all people usually spells failure. Define and promote your services clearly.
By Jim Moore, OD, MBA
Do you know what your relevant costs are? Understanding this concept can mean the difference between profitability and loss of revenues.
By Cheryl G. Murphy, OD
When was the last time you updated your resume? Even successful ODs need to consider the state of their resume when considering their career progression.
By Gerald A. Eisenstatt, OD, MBA
Isolating and tracking key financial metrics will allow you to see where you can improve and thereby increase revenues.
By Laurie L. Sorrenson, OD, FAAO
Here are three career-prep steps for optometry school students as graduation nears.
By Harue J. Marsden, OD, MS, FAAO
There is a fine line between collaboration and competition. But when the right balance is struck, ODs can learn from each other and push one another to greater practice success.
By Gina M. Wesley, OD, MS, FAAO
Building a new office literally from the ground up gives you the opportunity to create just the space your patients need and which your practice needs to continue on a path to increasing profitability.
By Brian Blount, OD
Optometrists can discover good ideas in unexpected places—like from their peers.
Fall is a busy time for many ODs. Creating a to-do list can help you to focus on what’s most important to the growth of your practice.
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