Practice Management-Ophthalmology

How to increase your optical capture rate
How to increase your optical capture rateTake these suggestions and you’ll watch your capture rate improve and your average optical ticket rise.
How to run the best possible practice in 2017I see the beginning of 2017 as fresh. A year of fresh possibilities. It is new and brimming with fresh beginnings, filled with hopes and dreams. If you are not feeling it, perhaps you are ensnared in the gray world of A, B, and C. This ABC is a continuous loop. You are not sure how you got there or how to get out.
5 reasons that prevent eyeMDs from being happierAfter working with ophthalmologists across the country for over 20 years, Grande Financial Services have heard firsthand from hundreds of ophthalmologists about what stresses them out and what detracts from their happiness. We have outlined here five reasons why physicians deprive themselves of more happiness.
Strategies guide efficiency in modern medical practiceImproving practice efficiency is more likely to be successful when undertaken with a long-term view as well as an understanding of trends in the healthcare environment.
How building resilience may stall physician burnoutMindfulness can help physicians manage stress—and may be effective in thwarting burnout.
Intuitive EMR platform adapts to ophthalmic workflowSarah Baroody, MD, shares her experience and changes in functionality since implementing an electronic medical record platform in practice.
5 mistakes managers often makeOne of the hardest parts of being a manager is the stage on which we stand when we make mistakes!
How your nonverbal cues may be choking your practiceIf you want to become a better communicator, it’s important to become more sensitive not only to the body language and nonverbal cues of others, but also to your own.
When did I become everyone’s honey?Here’s a scenario: You walk up to the local fast food counter for lunch. The morning is still fresh in your mind, and all the afternoon projects are pushing their way into the forefront of your brain. Distracted is under stating where your mind is at. You finally get to the order person, and a 16-year-old sings out: “Hi sweetie, what can we do for you today?”
Weighing the best retirement plan for practice, employees