Practice Management

SPECIAL REPORT: Achieving Independent Practice Success

Private Practice Decisions
The stakes often feel so high for private practice owners, whether they are early-career ODs, those looking to grow or add an associate or even those who are beginning to plan a transition in ownership. At each step, the Vision Source Next program can help doctors avoid costly mistakes and achieve their goals more quickly and efficiently.Read each of the Special Reports below.
 
Audrey Raley, OD

Audrey Raley, OD

Issue 1: Independent Practice Provides ODs with Autonomy and Flexibility
“I’ve always wanted to be the master of my own destiny and be able to care for my patients in the way I wanted to,” she says. “I felt like I would be limited in either scope or decisions if I worked for someone else.” >>Read Issue 1>>
Bobby W. Wood, Jr., OD

Bobby W. Wood, Jr., OD

Issue 2: No Need to Walk the Path to Independent Practice Success Alone 
There is no single correct way to manage an independent practice. There are best strategies, certainly, but every factor that contributes to one independent optometrist’s success may not be what works for another. As a result, finding support and ideas from a variety of eye care professionals is a way to keep all parties from reinventing the wheel. >>Read Issue 2>>
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