Practice Management-Ophthalmology

How to attract millennials to your practice
How to attract millennials to your practiceFaced with an increasingly competitive environment, eye surgeons need to appeal to younger patients. The way to accomplish this is relatively straightforward: Be where they are. Of course, the more challenging part of this equation is “How?”
What is the future of eye exams?See what eye exams may be composed of in a few years.
Comprehensive analysis is key to plentiful retirement
Comprehensive analysis is key to plentiful retirementFor physicians with 15 or 20 years left to work before retirement, the planning is easy­­–as time is on their side. Adjustments can be made regarding savings rates, age of retirement, and future cash flow needs. When retirement is imminent within three years, the planning options are limited, and physicians must become realistic about what is mathematically feasible as far as generating sustainable cash flow to support their lifestyle. Here are some issues for physicians who are facing retirement within three years or less.
Independence and optimizing your practiceNo matter how you celebrated the 4th, you can have your own “freedom day” in your practice starting today! What this means is you have the freedom to be your best, every single day of the year.
What you missed at Glaucoma 360 this year
What you missed at Glaucoma 360 this yearSee the highlights and program overview from the Glaucoma Research Foundation's 2017 Glaucoma 360!
The underlying, big hairy goal of eye careHow long does it actually take to form a new habit? Is there any science to back this up? And what does all of this mean for your practice?
Study sheds light on in-room time with patients, EHR documentationThe implementation of electronic health records has had great impact on the way ophthalmologists spend their time. There are concerns that this has created inefficiencies, and that physicians now spend more time documenting, and less time with their patients, which is the opposite of what was intended.
Sometimes the answer may simply be a ‘stem failure'There is nothing you can do to help a person modify his or her behavior, or to modify a clinic behavior, if the person simply does not see—or will not acknowledge—this behavior within himself or herself.
Here come the machines: Progress or replacing MDs?
Here come the machines: Progress or replacing MDs?Artificial intelligence and deep learning present an exciting opportunity and challenge to ophthalmologists and other physicians.
The Retinator II: Judgment Day?
The Retinator II: Judgment Day?Hollywood loves trilogies, and though not all sequels are created equal, as a general rule, the second installment tends to be the best. The examples of this phenomenon are numerous (Godfather Part II, Back to the Future II, The Empire Strikes Back, etc.). However, the most-cultured Ophthalmology Times readers will no doubt point to Terminator II as the best example of all.