When listening corporate bias from the podium became too much, Michael Brown, OD, MHS,-CL, FAAO, looked up the lecturer under the Physician Payment Sunshine Act. And then he found his own name.
Determining if your practice is up or down in certain categories from one year to the next can prove to be challenging. David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA, and Mile Brujic, OD, FAAO, discuss why finding the right EHR platform to monitor the metrics important to you is the key to properly monitoring your practices overall health.
Staff are key to helping ODs identify potential contact lens candidates. Follow these four tips to engage employees to help improve patients’ lens-wearing experiences and the practice’s bottom line.
Marta C. Fabrykowski, OD, FAAO, discusses impacts on health care, MBA at Yale, and slow cooking in the latest Optometry Times Q&A.
When I was in college, a friend of mine once halfheartedly scoffed at the notion that I wanted to go to optometry school.
How much the lamina cribrosa curves inward could become a useful prognostic factor in glaucoma.
Two new glaucoma drugs approved in late 2017 are not on the 2018 Medicare Part D formulary, creating quandaries for physicians who would like to prescribe them and for patients who may have to pay out of pocket.
Optometry Times Chief Optometric Editor Benjamin P. Casella, OD, FAAO, discusses how exercises including yoga impact patients who have glaucoma.
Taking these 10 steps will help lead your patients to receiving a phenomenal experience and take your technician career to the next level.