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practice management

5 tips to keep your exams on track
5 tips to keep your exams on trackHave you ever sat in the exam room with a patient and felt like the exam had gotten away from you?
5 mistakes doctors make that can cause big problemsPoor cash controls are still one of the most common risks we discover during our consultations.
7 ways physicians can take control of uncompensated time
7 ways physicians can take control of uncompensated timePhysicians should focus on generating revenue, not putting in a longer workday, experts say
6 financial challenges ODs will face in 2017
6 financial challenges ODs will face in 2017To gauge what the new year will bring, we asked experts to weigh in on what challenges they expect optometrists to face in 2017
10 tips to surviving an insurance audit
10 tips to surviving an insurance auditTo protect you and your practice, it is important to have a plan and process in place in the case of an audit
Be present with your patients
Be present with your patientsMake a more deliberate effort to be present with your patients
How to prevent no-shows in your practice
How to prevent no-shows in your practiceNo-shows and cancellations are an annoying part of any optometry practice. They are disruptive and costly, but mostly they are rude.
Top 5 of 2016: Practice managementIn 2016, Dermatology Times provided several articles offering guidance on the business side of dermatology. Spanning such topics as using social media effectively, to designing the ideal office space and whether or not a cash-based model is right for you, these were the top five practice management articles of 2016.
Looking back at 2016
Looking back at 2016Before the new year gets too far along, let’s take a brief look at the happenings in the pages of Optometry Times during 2016.
6 steps to open a practice
6 steps to open a practiceOpening a practice of your own can be quite overwhelming and can leave you wondering where to start.