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Demonstrating the connection between cognition and vision to measure patients’ processing ability has delivered a serious return on investment.
But many of are intrigued by the idea…
They’ve expanded in Indianapolis without losing sight of their community spirit and strong belief in nurturing staff.
Pleasant surprises all around as independent brands reign supreme.
Including the ongoing increase in Glaucoma and why some suffers choose to forgo treatment.
Like preparing for March Madness, giving a little TLC to your VIPs and implementing a complaints policy.
Get your KPIs and ambiance right while wearing a sweet ‘unique’ tee.
Like did you know there was a Doctor’s Day? Well you will now.
After all a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.
In fact, these steps will help you will build whatever it is you want to build.
Plus Walmart saved $20 million by making one small change, what small change could you make to save big bucks?
With Covid surging again, what is everyone doing now regarding masks and frame sanitizing?
And her bad habits are spreading. How should staff involved in billing handle the situation?
Make sure you’re covering these basics and then consider a robust e-commerce presence could be the secret to success in 2022.
But the real story is these new products details.
As dry eye becomes more common, addressing it with these products and treatments allows ECPs to build a dry eye treatment specialty within their practice.
It’s an age old question … and no surprise many of you vacillate back and forth.
If you’re not using data to make decisions, you’re using emotions, and that’s bad business.
It’s a red alert! These rosy hued frames are really turning up the heat.
These versatile retail tools can boost business, community engagement and social media traffic—and start conversations.
Like the legalities of claiming you sell at “wholesale” prices and what exactly constitutes spamming?
We asked INVISION readers what they do differently when catering to older patients.
A practicing doctor, his “other” business helps support independent ECPs. And when he’s not working hard, he’s playing hard.
This practice offered patients a two-fer: Vision and Exposure Therapy!
It’s not a novel idea anymore. It’s just commerce.