The Optometry Business Plan Organization Chart
Being the CEO of your company requires you to be a visionary. Visionaries plan for the future with a logical understanding of where their business is now and where they want it to go. If you are not a visionary, find an optometrist with this gift and make an appointment … Continue reading
5 Tips for Ideal PPC Landing Pages
Online paid advertising, or pay-per-click (PPC), is an effective way to drive a lot of users to your optometry website quickly. However, designing the right pay-per-click ad is only half of the equation. The other half is a great landing page that gets online visitors to convert into new patient … Continue reading
The business plan’s Executive Summary provides a glimpse of who you are
An often-overlooked, yet critical aspect of a great business is having a clear vision and purpose-filled mission for that business. In his book, “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action,” leadership expert Simon Sinek stresses the importance of knowing why you do what you do. Any … Continue reading
A business plan is the key to funding your optometry dream
Many young, ambitious optometrists live with the dream of becoming the CEO of an optometry practice. Making the dream a reality takes money. Since most young, ambitious optometrists don’t have the necessary cash on hand to start or purchase their own practices, they will need to find ways to fund … Continue reading
3 reasons the trendy iPad is not efficient for practice workflow
As previous users of Officemate/Examwriter, the other doctors at our practice and I used iPads through a terminal server. This means we used iPads in the exam room with Officemate/Examwriter. When we first got them we were excited, and our patients were too. Seeing the doctor documenting the exam on … Continue reading
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Whether you are managing staff, time, or the business, intentional planning and execution is a must to thrive in an optometry practice.
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