The last year changed how we approach the patient experience and office safety protocols. To help eyecare providers create a strong recovery and a more resilient practice, we will be presenting the CareCredit-sponsored six-part series, Insights to Impact, over the next several months. Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, professional editor of Review of Optometric Business, offers a preview of the upcoming articles and podcasts.
|Introduction to Insights to Impact – Video||Dr. Wright with details on the upcoming features of the Insights to Action series. Read 6 Guides to Bouncing Back Stronger from the Pandemic Here.|
|Part I: How I Am Powering Medical Eyecare Service Growth & Pandemic Survival
One area of practice that has grown consistently over the last decade within optometry practices is medical care. Matthew Ward, OD, will show us how we can do this even better. He discusses how to create a practice that can withstand marketplace challenges, how to grow the opportunity for enhanced care, how to help patients pay for the care they need, how to establish practice differentiators and how to market effectively to patients. Read Now.
|Part II: Creating a Winning Patient Experience for a Pandemic–and Well Beyond
The Coronavirus pandemic taught practice owners how important it is to make patients feel safe and secure, all the while delivering a memorably pleasant experience. Justin Manning, OD, MPH, FAAO, shows us how to create a patient experience that can withstand even a pandemic, and the important role a tool like patient financing plays in enhancing each patient’s time in your office. Read Now.
|Part III: The Resource Helping Us Boost Revenues $100 Per Patient & Speeding Our Pandemic Recovery
The Coronavirus pandemic caused emotional and financial distress for patients. Those challenges, by extension, were felt in our practices. Fortunately, says Dave Anderson, OD, his practice has been able to offer patients the ability to use the CareCredit credit card. This has made it easier for patients to pay for the care they need while helping the practice to recover financially. Dr. Anderson shows how making CareCredit a part of his practice aids patients while boosting per-patient revenue. Read Now.
|Part IV: 5 Ways We Are Boosting Eyewear Capture Rate to Ensure a Strong Post-Pandemic Practice
The Coronavirus pandemic tested our ability to provide continuity of care, including ensuring patients had all the products they had been prescribed. The CareCredit credit card has given Patty Casebolt’s OD-MD practice another resource to make it more likely patients leave from the office with the eyewear that will improve their vision and quality of life. Here is how Casebolt and her colleagues in the practice are using patient financing, along with other approaches, to improve eyewear capture rate, so they remain profitable while knowing patients are getting only the best. Read Now.
Insights to Impact is pleased to bring you extended content via a series of podcasts ! Click below to listen to the podcasts as Dr. Mark Wright explores more on these topics with the authors!
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST SERIES:
|Dr. Mark Wright and Patty Casebolt
|Dr. Mark Wright and Dr. Dave Anderson
|Dr. Mark Wright and Dr. Justin Manning
|Dr. Mark Wright and Dr. Matthew Ward
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