Proper diagnosis of OSD, dry eye hinges on right protocol in place February 16, 2017By Scott Schachter ODScott Schachter, OD, discusses dry eye disease, ocular surface disease, and developing protocols to diagnose both in his latest video blog. How ODs celebrate Valentine’s DayWe checked in with our Editorial Advisory Board to see what they’re doing both in the office and at home for Valentine’s Day. The benefits of cleaning out your practiceToday, I donated the suit that I got married in. Yep, I took it to the secondhand store and walked away. It’s not easy seeing greenThe great philosopher Kermit the Frog once said, “It’s not easy being green.”
Not only that, I thought at the time— it’s not easy seeing green either! It’s about ocular health, not salesContact lenses are medical devices. I can write it again and again. These are not commodities. 5 tips to keep your exams on trackHave you ever sat in the exam room with a patient and felt like the exam had gotten away from you? 10 tips to surviving an insurance auditTo protect you and your practice, it is important to have a plan and process in place in the case of an audit Be present with your patientsMake a more deliberate effort to be present with your patients Looking back at 2016Before the new year gets too far along, let’s take a brief look at the happenings in the pages of Optometry Times during 2016. 6 steps to open a practiceOpening a practice of your own can be quite overwhelming and can leave you wondering where to start.