34% of doctors report increased medical errors due to staffing shortages
Chronic staffing shortages are affecting both patient care and physicians’ well-being.
Case report: 16-year-old presents with asymptomatic glaucoma
Routine eye exam catches juvenile-onset open-angle glaucoma.
When pharmacies threaten treatment plans, look elsewhere
Don’t let pharmacies thwart treatment
Dry eye appears in an unlikely subject
Canine patient case study reveals a surprising diagnosis
How $420 co-op dollars netted $19,000 in revenue
Tips to effectively market your practice using co-op funds
3 practice hacks for success with patients
Important lessons an OD learned from his optometry mentors
Case report: the “other” AMD
Diagnosis highlights overlooked treatments for this disease
Business basics: understanding how to manage and code for keratoconus
Build a stronger practice, generate revenue, and help patients avoid vision loss
The ideal LASIK candidate
Deciding whether or not a patient is a good fit for LASIK depends on many factors. Our experts agree your starting checklist should look something like this.
Adopting new technology without sacrificing practice space
Wearable devices and multifunctional instruments provide in-office advantages
Contact lens disinfection methods still matter
Long-term success of contact lens wearers attributed to education, professional input on cleaning methods
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