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What they need to know about personal care products and eye health

The average person might use a half-dozen personal care products daily: soap, shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer, deodorant, toothpaste. For women, that number is likely even higher if they wear cosmetics such as eyeliner, eye shadow, and mascara. Why should this concern eye doctors?

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Cleaning up your office is good for your patients, your staff—and for business

If the number and popularity of books on decluttering and organizing are any indication, most of us are obsessed with simplifying our surroundings. Amazon lists over 1,000 books about decluttering, and over 6,000 on home organization. But what about your medical practice? Is your waiting room clean and serene? Is your front office streamlined and organized? Are your exam rooms welcoming and clutter-free? If not, it may be time to do some spring cleaning. Here’s our room-by-room guide to sprucing up your practice.Read More

Why proactive patient education is imperative in value-based care

It’s much easier to prevent a disease than to cure it—not to mention less costly, as well. This principle is what’s driving the value-based care movement in the U.S. Policymakers are finally accepting what doctors have always known: in health care, providing fairly inexpensive services early on can help prevent the need for costly specialized care in the future.Read More