Including practical strategies for addressing the problems of day-to-day practice, this work explains how to promote business and marketing skills without detracting from the professionalism of the optometrist.
Filled with practical strategies for addressing the problems of day-to-day practice, this explains how to promote business and marketing skills without detracting from the professionalism of the optometrist. Authored by an expert in the field of practice management and optometry for the most effective, realistic advice and guidance. Concise, readable text synthesizes the author's 40-plus years of expertise in optometric practice. Necessary business and marketing skills are presented in a way that is compatible the optometrist's professional image. Tips and tools are provided on how to approach the client as both a consumer and a patient. Helpful information for students or optometrists who own or are planning to own their own practice. Completely re-written and updated. 4 new chapters cover topics such as practice locations, part-time practicing, managed care, management of un-met vision needs, and the office of the future. An increased focus on how to work with partners, including how to exit gracefully from a partnership. A discussion of how to start a part-time practice addresses real-world considerations and practical strategies. Hot new topics such as co-management of patients, gender and ethnicity, senior patient concerns, and discounting.
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Commercialism and Consumerism; Your Office and What It Portrays; Staff: How to Hire and Train; Staff: A Major Reason for Success ... Or Lack of It; What the Consumer Is Saying; Harnessing Eyewear Materials; Filling Unmet Eyecare Needs; Practice Management of Optometric Specialties; Newsletters: Optimum Weapon for Private Practice; Recalling Patients Successfully; Communications Beyond Newsletters and Recalling; The Management of Third-Party Care; Taking the Pulse of a Practice: Part I: Taking the Pulse of the Practice; Starting a Part-Time Practice; Evaluating the Price of an Optometric Practice; A Partnership Agreement that Works; Exiting a Partnership; Clinical Pearls: Practice Management Ideas.
Optometric Practice Management by Irving Bennett
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Elsevier Health Sciences
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