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The right technology and support can keep you competitive and combat burnout

The solo practice doctor is on the verge of extinction, many industry experts have long predicted. Yet other sources say independent practices are making a comeback. “For every solo practice that chooses to close its doors, there are many more that continue to stand their ground, pretty much as they have for the last 50 years,” reported The Independent Pediatrician.Read More

An Open Letter to Eye Doctors

As an eye care provider, the time and dedication you bring to your occupation of preserving individuals’ sight is a medical necessity and a credit to your profession. There may, however, be a time in your career, when your best efforts fail and one of your patients loses their sight.  At this critical moment, you can render your patient a great service. Your patient’s immediate reaction to the news of blindness will be influenced by your attitude toward blindness, and the information you provide. The National Federation of the Blind wishes to assist you in this area of your professional life.  We hope that the information provided below will help you to develop or enhance a comfortable, positive, and effective approach to blindness in your patients.

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Originally published on September 27, 2017

From decor to niche services to technology, here’s how savvy eye care practices stand out

Fresh flowers, striped wallpaper, and elaborate window displays that rival the high-end boutiques of Rodeo Drive or Fifth Avenue is not what you’d expect to find when you visit an optometrist. And that’s exactly what Courtney Dryer, O.D., intended when she opened her private practice, 4 Eyes Optometry, in Charlotte, N.C. in 2013.Read More

Whether it’s you, your boss, or an employee, understand the pros and cons of working with this personality type

Did you know that a pair of cardiologists coined the term “Type A” personality? Back in the 1950s, physicians Meyer Friedman, M.D., and R.H. Rosenman, M.D., came up with the designation to describe some of their most impatient and stressed out patients, according to Psychology Today. (Fun fact: the “A” doesn’t stand for anything.)

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