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Midwest Vision Partners Announces Partnership with Rosenbaum Eye & Laser Center

It represents MVP’s fifth partnership and bolsters its presence in Michigan.

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(PRESS RELEASE) CHICAGO & LANSING, MI — Midwest Vision Partners announces its partnership with Rosenbaum Eye & Laser Center and its vision correction center, Michigan Laser Eye Associates. This represents MVP’s fifth partnership and bolsters its presence in Michigan. MVP is a people-focused eyecare management services organization committed to partnering with leading ophthalmologists and optometrists to build the preeminent platform in the Midwest region. MVP’s partnership with RELC expands its network to 38 locations across Michigan and Ohio with 74 physicians providing medical and surgical eye care services.

Rosenbaum Eye & Laser Center has been a leader in cutting-edge technology and surgical eye treatment in central Michigan for over 39 years. Led by Dr. Frank Rosenbaum, Dr. Lance Lemon and Dr. Erica Person, the physicians and staff at RELC pride themselves on providing comprehensive, high-quality medical and surgical eye care in a warm, caring and professional setting. The practice serves as a primary educational site for medical students from Michigan State University and optometry students from The Michigan College of Optometry. RELC/MLEA is nationally recognized for its commitment to pioneering and achieving status as a center of excellence in refractive eye surgery drawing patients from throughout Michigan. MLEA was the first practice in the country to receive accreditation to perform intraocular surgery within an in-office setting in 2005. Dr. Frank Rosenbaum stated, “We are eager and excited to join this dynamic network of eyecare providers with similar patient care philosophy assembled by and under the guidance of MVP’s leadership team. Our ‘patient first’ philosophy aligns well with the MVP approach to patient care. Partnering with MVP will ensure tremendous practice growth going forward while maintaining the highest level of patient care.”

MVP’s COO Jorge Lopez remarked, “Our partnership with Dr. Frank Rosenbaum and his team accelerates the momentum we’ve built in the state of Michigan. I personally am excited to work with the RELC team to expand their high-quality care to more patients in the Lansing and Owosso communities and their surrounding areas.”

MVP is eager to provide the same opportunity for other eye care providers in Michigan, Ohio and the broader Midwest. If you are interested in learning more about what Midwest Vision Partners can do for you, contact Jorge at jlopez@midwestvision.com.

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ISVA Appoints Jennifer Stewart and Todd Daniels to Advisory Board

Vision training and enhancement of vision skills can have on athletic performance president says.

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(PRESS RELEASE)NORTH ROYALTON, OH — The International Sports Vision Association(ISVA), an interdisciplinary group of professionals dedicated to advancing the field of vision training for athletes of all ages and levels to help them achieve peak athletic performance, announced the appointment of Jennifer Stewart, OD and Todd Daniels, MS, ATC, LMT, CSCS to its Advisory Board.

“Jen and Todd bring a wealth of successful experiences in working with and educating athletes, eye care professionals, athletic trainers, and others about the positive impact that vision training and enhancement of vision skills can have on athletic performance,” says ISVA President Alex Andrich, O.D., FCOVD. “We are excited to add their expertise to the ISVA Board.”

Dr. Jennifer Stewart is a partner at Norwalk Eye Care and also the co-founder and chief optometric officer at Performance 20/20, a practice specializing in sports and performance vision. Dr. Stewart has had the opportunity to work with athletes from the NHL, NFL, and NBA, as well as professional athletes in squash, lacrosse and figure skating. She regularly consults with optometrists and practice owners about bringing sports vision and performance to their practice.

Athletic trainers are often described as the “hub of the wheel” in the sports medicine team working with athletes. “They are in constant communication with athletes, coaches, physicians, consultants, strength and conditioning staff, parents, teachers, and administrators and an important partner for any eye care professional looking to build or enhance their sports vision practice,” notes Aldrich.

Todd Daniels is a certified athletic trainer, strength and conditioning specialist, and massage therapist with over 20 years of experience working with elite athletes. Currently, he is an athletic trainer for Banner University Medical Group in Tucson, Arizona where he specializes in concussion management and provides clinical support for the University of Arizona Athletic Department and FC Tucson professional soccer team. He has international experience with the United States Ski Team and spent 11 years working with professional hockey players in the NHL, AHL, and WHL and has also worked with the 2002 and 2005 NCAA Division 1 women’s soccer champions, University of Portland; and the US Men’s and Women’s National Soccer Teams. He has continued to advance sports vision in the athletic training community by serving as the official Liaison of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Directors to the American Optometric Association (AOA) and was awarded the Eagle Award in 2014 from the AOA Sports Vision Section.

For further information, visit www.sportsvision.pro.

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Harris Williams Advises EyeCare Partners on its Sale to Partners Group

This adds to the firm’s successful track record says managing director.

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(PRESS RELEASE) RICHMOND, VA – Harris Williams, a global investment bank specializing in M&A advisory services, announces that it served as an advisor to EyeCare Partners, LLC (ECP) in conjunction with its sale to Partners Group, a global private markets investment manager, which invested in the business on behalf of its clients. ECP, a portfolio company of FFL Partners (FFL), is a leading provider of medical eye care services in the U.S. The engagement was led by Andy Dixon, James Clark and Cheairs Porter of the Harris Williams HealthcareHarris Williams Advises EyeCare Partners, LLC on its Sale to Partners Group
& Life Sciences (HCLS) Group.

“This transaction adds to our firm’s successful track record of working with leading eye care providers,” said Andy Dixon, a managing director at Harris Williams. “We look forward to following ECP’s next chapter with Partners Group.”

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Learn How to Leave Vision Plans Behind and Stay Profitable

The event provides guidance for Optometrists who want to reduce their reliance on low margin, high maintenance Vision Plans.

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(PRESS RELEASE) ONEONTA, NY — Cleinman Performance Partners (CPP), the nation’s leading Optometry business development consultancy for larger practices, has announced that its highly successful conference, “Exiting Vision Plans…Profitably” will be held on two upcoming dates. The event provides guidance for Optometrists who want to reduce their reliance on low margin, high maintenance Vision Plans.

“Exiting Vision Plans…Profitably!” is part of Cleinman Performance Partners’ unique Business of Eyecare Forum conference series. The all-day events will be held on Tuesday, April 21st in Phoenix, Arizona and May 12th in Orlando, Florida. This deep-dive meeting will feature speakers with broad knowledge of Vision Plan management strategies.

“Many Optometrists have a love–hate relationship with Vision Plans,” says Cleinman Performance Partners’ founder Alan Cleinman. “What they lack is independent, knowledgeable resources to help them decide how to reduce or eliminate their dependence on deep-discount Vision Plans. Exiting Vision Plans…Profitably! brings together those resources,” he said.

Conference attendees will hear from a cadre of highly experienced speakers who will discuss:

  • How to separate one’s practice from the competition
  • How to understand vision plan economics and financial impact
  • How to attract more self-pay patients
  • How to maximize reimbursements
  • How to plan an exit from vision plans… and much more

“I attended the Exiting Vision Plans…Profitably! Conference and it gave me the tools and methods to analyze what VCPs were specifically doing to our practice and what our practice would likely look like without them. I highly recommend that you check it out,” stated Dr. Andrew Neukirch of Illinois’ Carillon Visioncare.

The conference provides strategies and tactics on how to exit vision plans as well as how to maximize economic opportunity while within plans.

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