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CooperVision opens Best Practices 2022 application window


Autumn is in the air—although it doesn’t feel like it at Vision Expo West in Las Vegas—and that means pumpkin spice and application time for CooperVision’s Best Practices program. Michele Andrews, vice president of professional and government affairs, shares details on what’s new with this year’s program.


Michele Andrews, OD, FAAO: Hi, everyone, I'm Michele Andrews with CooperVision. I am here at Vision Expo West in Las Vegas and it is time for best practices 2022. This year we are launching our new program, actually our existing program. It is our seventh year with some new changes.

The biggest change for 2022 is that when you apply to be a best practice, you can apply in a category that you are really passionate about, whether that is community service, or innovation, or the patient experience, or team building. Pick one pick many. We just want to hear about you and what you are doing to take care of your patients and build a practice that is thriving. For more information, go to our website, and we look forward to reading your application and celebrating you in 2022.

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