Routinely and accurately measuring blood pressure in office can influence patient health
When it comes to training, Henry Ford’s famous quote rings true even today: “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.”
Here we go again…it’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Well, maybe not every day.
Is there room for improvement? You bet there is.
Once again, Optometry Times to the rescue with a list of holiday dos and don’ts!
Keep your wits about you as the stress of winter holidays begins to build. We got you!
Giving thanks sounds like a great idea. The enterprise seems easy enough. However, the days come and the days go with me not exercising the giving of thanks nearly enough. So, here goes…
Meet Selina McGee, OD, FAAO, President Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians
While a hot topic of late, it is easy to forget that the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) is not new.
Kevin M. Reeder, OD, explains why it is important for optometrists to upgrade technology in their practice for contact lens patients.
A well-established hiring process can help ODs onboard the best candidates in town for their practices.