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Launching Your Solo Practice? A Few Things to Consider, Plus 3 Tips for Buying the Right Equipment

by | Wednesday, March 11, 2020 | 0 comment(s)

When taking into account the current health care landscape and what experts are predicting for the future of patient care, it may seem like a precarious time to hang out your shingle as a solo practitioner. However, with fewer ophthalmology graduates and a rising number of patients in need, the demand for qualified ophthalmologists in the United States is high, and experts anticipate that demand will keep growing. Over the next 40 years, America’s elderly population will likely double,...

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Eliminate Costly Inefficiencies and Boost Revenue with a Veatch Digital Refraction Suite

by | Tuesday, February 4, 2020 | 0 comment(s)

Like any physician practising in this age of rapidly evolving medical technology, modern optometrists and ophthalmologists understand the importance of continually upgrading their equipment to meet the needs of their patients. Not only does implementing the latest optical software and technology safeguard your patients’ health and ensure the accuracy of their diagnoses, but it also improves the internal operations of your practice and allows you to generate more revenue through efficiency. In...

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Regular Eye Exams Are Not a Waste of Time – Now More than Ever, Optometrists Are Needed to Protect and Preserve Healthy Vision

by | Tuesday, January 7, 2020 | 0 comment(s)

Here in the United States, annual comprehensive eye exams are a requirement. Which means if it’s been more than a year since you last ordered new eyeglasses or contact lenses, you’ll need to pay a visit to your optometrist to get a new vision prescription. Some argue that these regular eye exams are unnecessary and an inconvenient roadblock to purchasing a new pair of glasses or lenses; however, this could not be further from the truth. Here’s why: An estimated 61 million adults in this...

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New or Used Equipment: Which Is Best for Your Practice?

by | Tuesday, December 10, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

The primary goal of your ophthalmic practice is to provide exceptional care and service to every individual you treat. However, with reimbursements declining and patients expecting even more from their eye care experience (but wanting to pay even less), smart practitioners are learning where and how to allocate their spending to ensure the best return on their investment. Not surprisingly, it starts with buying the right ophthalmic equipment. While some practitioners have the means to outfit...

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