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5 reasons why physicians still have the best profession
5 reasons why physicians still have the best profession“I am definitely telling my kids not to go into the medical field.” Given bureaucratic insurance companies and government regulations on healthcare, this type of attitude seems to represent a pervasive mindset that has started to creep into our medical community. I feel inspired to defend our profession and provide evidence that proves that being a physician is still the greatest and most rewarding job on the planet.
Using social media to promote your practice’s physicians
Follow patient lifestyles for eyewear that practically flies out the door
Tips to get more bang for your buck and increase referralsThere are essential components to a budget for your practice—rent, utilities, and staff wages to name a few. But there should also be another section in your budget for marketing.
Why you should be promoting national eye health observation holidays
Why you should be promoting national eye health observation holidaysJulie Gough-Nelson gives her advice on celebrating national health observances in your practice.
5 key strategies to grow your practice the right wayRunning an effective PR campaign can be a vital part of growing a practice, but all the work that goes into it can also be fun.
Easy tips to converting to a paperless officeIn her latest blog, Donna Suter gives advice on getting the whole office on board to transitioning into a paperless office.
Pearls for a successful start to your medical career
Pearls for a successful start to your medical careerIn his debut blog, Joshua Mali, MD, gives advice to his fellow residents on how to secure a stellar ophthalmic career.
Expanding subspecialties for a superior competitive edgeIn her debut blog, Julie Gough-Nelson, offers tips on maximizing a practice's subspecialty reach.
Tips for improving a practice's performance when it just isn't cutting it
Tips for improving a practice's performance when it just isn't cutting itChange is inevitable. But that doesn’t have to mean the beginning of problems and stress at your practice.