These commonalities indicate you are ready to venture out on your own—and that you will be successful when you do.
This requires work, but is much more valuable to the growth and sustainability of your practice than just about anything else.
There’s no substitute for your clinical expertise—so don’t let patients find one. Make sure they know to contact you any time questions arise.
Sometimes the situation does not go the best way it can. Here’s how the right attitude can make the difference for your patients.
Start something new or stop doing something old? A three-question test to determine the right answer.
While getting past certain barriers to practice-building can take some effort, long-term benefits are worth it.
Even the smallest changes in how your staff members present themselves to patients can have the biggest impact.
Want to increase revenue for your contact lens practice? Aim for the sky.
These tips can help ensure a consistent presentation among all staff members.
Just because something works once doesn’t mean that it always will, or that it could never be surpassed by something even better.
A business plan for your practice, that is.
Here’s how an everyday rubber band will make your patients better contact lens wearers—and increase practice profits.
Probably not. And neither are your staff members. Clear communication with your team is key to the success of your practice.
Anyone who provides superlative customer service has the potential to show you up.
Here's why learning to let go is one secret to a successful practice.
All successful doctors do these four things—do you?
Don't go in expecting patients to be dissatisfied. Expect them to be amazed! And they will be.
Taking advantage of this new policy may provide much-needed growth for the contact lens industry—and your bottom line.
Understanding who your real competitors are—and perhaps even working in cooperation with them—will dramatically improve your contact lens practice.