By Diane Palombi, OD May 26, 2021 When you’re a practice owner, as I was for 12 years before retiring, it’s easy...
Optimizing scope of practice to better serve the public & grow professionally.
What the eyes & body tell us about patient emotions.
One OD's path to optometry & what it teaches about the value of flexibility.
What to look out for to ensure your practice is ethical.
The essential changes to how you practice stimulated by a new law.
The perhaps surprising benefits of working as a fill-in OD.
How the optometric profession can work toward greater inclusion and diversity.
Tips for succeeding in our pandemic-impacted workplace.
Giving patients what they most need in the moment we're in.
Health insurance decisions for you and your employees.
Incentivizing ODs toward better patient outcomes.
Points of caution to consider before jumping into telemedicine.
What the COVID-19 crisis teaches us about the needs of health-care reform.
What your patients and staff will need when you reopen.
Tips for relaxing in the heat of the crisis.
Useful tasks to do during COVID-19 shutdown.
Why coronavirus (COVID-19) is making tele-optometry more important than ever.
How do you feel about the dominance of PE in optometry?
The best and worst of recent eyecare experiences.
Key actions to provide much-needed myopia management.
A story that illustrates the security risk to personal data.
Facilitating powerful exchanges with patients in the exam room.
The link between debt forgiveness & the future of independent optometry.
Tips for making it through an optometric mid-career slump.
A few great insights one OD gained from colleagues.
Management mishaps to steer clear of.