Many technologies have hit the scene to help improve the way doctor and patients interact. One OD gives the four technologies that have helped take her doctor/patient interactions to the next level.
Melanie Denton, OD, MBA, FAAO
We embrace the holidays in my office. I think that by echoing the buzz of the season, we create an inclusive environment in which our patients feel a part of the practice.
Here’s my advice on making the absolute most out of every event.
One of the most frustrating and seemingly futile battles of starting your practice from scratch is getting the medical insurance game figured out.
Here are the six tips I learned to help survive a ransomware attack.
Have you ever sat in the exam room with a patient and felt like the exam had gotten away from you?
Opening a practice of your own can be quite overwhelming and can leave you wondering where to start.
We’re no exception to the online perfect perception. You only need to check out our practice Instagram page, @seeeyecareandeyewear, to see all the photos that I have painstakingly staged.
I started my own practice on January 4 —finally—after six years in practice. This decision was hardly a hasty one because I dreamed of having my own practice since the first day of OD school. Like most ODs fresh out of school, however, I was saddled by debt and fear of the unknown.
Seven months ago, on Friday, May 8, I walked across the stage wearing a graduation gown and hood to receive my fourth and final (for now) degree. It was nearly six years to the day after my graduation from OD school in 2009.