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Autumn Time Management: List Your Key To-Dos 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 16, 2013 Categories: efficiency finance finances numbers practice management

By Laurie L. Sorrenson, OD, FAAO

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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Plan Now for Your Practice Exit 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 13, 2013 Categories: exit strategy exiting a practice finance finances practice sale practice transition

By Donald R. Smith, OD

There are new and creative ways to envision your exit from practice ownership. Begin to plan and act early—to make a huge and positive difference later. 

 

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Peer Business Groups Can Serve as Your Ground Crew 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 11, 2013

By Marc B. Nelson, OD

Being a solo practitioner can be lonely—but joining a peer business group gives you a team of experts who help you make informed business decisions about growing and managing your practice. Connecting online makes it convenient.

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Theft Prevention 101: Set Up Safety Protocols and Security Enhancements 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 05, 2013 Categories: office environment practice management security theft prevention

By Pamela Miller, OD, FAAO, JD

Protecting your office from theft and burglary has two action fronts: Equip your office with security enhancements, and institute office procedures so that staff knows what to do if a theft or burglary occurs. Here’s the how-to.

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Moving Office Space: Careful Planning Pays Off 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 05, 2013 Categories: finances moving office environment practice management

Gordon G. Wong, OD

Moving to a new office space can expand your capacity to better serve patients and max out profits--if you plan carefully.

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The State of the Optometric Profession: Increase Demand Among Existing Patients 

Posted by margery weinstein Sep 03, 2013 Categories: finances numbers practice management

By Thomas F. Steiner
Director of Research, Review of Optometric Business

AOA Excel recently commissioned Jobson Medical Information to assess the current status of the optometric profession and the future impact of major trends in the business, regulatory and technology environments. This article, the third of three, reports on optometry's opportunity to increase demand among existing patients.

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An Open Letter to Contact Lens Manufacturers 

Posted by margery weinstein Aug 29, 2013 Categories: contact lenses finances marketing practice management

By Brian Chou, OD, FAAO

Contact lens vendors who sell to optometric practices can be an ODs best friend--if the relationship is productive and mutually beneficial.

 
 
 
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Observations from a New Practice Owner: 4 Keys to Success 

Posted by margery weinstein Aug 26, 2013 Categories: finance finances new graduate numbers practice management

By Maria Sampalis, OD

Becoming a successful new practice owner means taking a multifaceted approach including honing communicating skills, offering competitive pricing of products, delivering superior medical eyecare and investing in advanced technology.

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The State of the Optometric Profession: Optometry Has Excess Capacity 

Posted by margery weinstein Aug 19, 2013 Categories: budgeting finance finances numbers practice management

By Thomas F. Steiner
Director of Research, Review of Optometric Business

AOA Excel recently commissioned Jobson Medical Information to assess the current status of the optometric profession and the future impact of major trends in the business, regulatory and technology environments. This article, the second of three, reports on optometry’s excess capacity.

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Lessons from the Workforce Trenches: After-School Job Takeaways 

Posted by margery weinstein Aug 19, 2013 Categories: finance numbers practice management staffing

By Diane Palombi, OD

The afterschool jobs from your teenage and college years, and the other odd jobs you may have taken before starting your career as an OD can provide great lessons on how to run a high-performing office.

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