By Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, and Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD Jan. 22, 2020 Leadership development has long been a hot topic in...
Tips for gleaning insights from more seasoned ODs.
The array of choices open to today's ODs.
June 26, 2019 Launching a career in optometry later in life has advantages, including professional experience that can aid practice management. Kathy...
June 19, 2019 When Katie Greiner, OD, approached the leaders of her MD/OD practice about developing new eyecare services, she found them...
By Suzanne LaKamp, OD, FAAO Oct. 11, 2017 A busy OD has limited time, so when deciding on industry groups to participate...
What to do when your day throws you a curve ball.
Medical missions do good, and keep you inspired as a doctor.
How to make every day with patients a learning experience.
August 9, 2017 Laurie Sorrenson, OD, FAAO, and Ryan Powell, OD, discuss the under-served needs of rural communities. They recommend that OD...
Your employees have distinct personalities. Learn how best to work with them.
Learn how to build ties to other health-care practitioners.
Be a profitable--and happy--OD.
Is practicing independent optometry still a good choice?
How yoga can improve your doctoring and business management.
The most important factors to consider in your career.
Remind yourself why you became an OD--and get inspired.
By David I. Geffen, OD May 3, 2017 All ODs have to take CE to keep up their licensure. Be sure the...
By Gina M. Wesley, OD, MS, FAAO April 19, 2017 Mentoring, in which an OD learns from a more experienced doctor, or...
Discuss & learn what it takes to be an ethical doctor.
Be sure your appearance instills confidence in your skills.
Jan. 4, 2017: Here's what bees can teach us about being a successful OD.
As scope of care expands, remember the wonders the right spectacle lenses can do.
Put time not seeing patients to good use.
Volunteering in your community can build ties to prospective patients.
Be sure your patient flow enables you to be a great doctor.
Make more profitable decisions for your practice.