Contact lenses are medical devices. I can write it again and again. These are not commodities.
Have you ever sat in the exam room with a patient and felt like the exam had gotten away from you?
To gauge what the new year will bring, we asked experts to weigh in on what challenges they expect optometrists to face in 2017
To protect you and your practice, it is important to have a plan and process in place in the case of an audit
As we welcome a new year, now is a great time to look back at what we could have done better in 2016 and set goals for 2017. We asked eyecare professionals from around the country what their New Year’s resolutions are, both inside and...
Make a more deliberate effort to be present with your patients
No-shows and cancellations are an annoying part of any optometry practice. They are disruptive and costly, but mostly they are rude.
T’was the night before Christmas, and all through the towns, not an optometrist was stirring—not even an online retailer promising glasses at low cost.
These stories were chosen by you by way of clicks. They received the most page views on our site in 2016.
Before the new year gets too far along, let’s take a brief look at the happenings in the pages of Optometry Times during 2016.