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By 2020, there will be approximately 126 million people with emerging or established presbyopia in the United States!
In this webinar, Pamela Lowe, OD, FAAO (past president of the Illinois Optometric Association) will join us to discuss how to best service this exploding population, which can represent an important growth opportunity for your practice.
We'll talk about:
* How to best raise patient awareness of presbyopia, and present their correction options
* How to identify good candidates for multifocal contact lenses
* How to get your staff to actively engage with presbyopic patients and help educate them
We'll also discuss "The Alcon Multifocal 3:2:1 Advantage", and the materials, replacement schedules, and designs of their current multifocal lines.
A Q&A will follow the talk, don't miss it!
Discuss the webinar in this thread & ask Dr. Lowe questions!
Practice management expert - and Best Practices Winner - Dr. Carrie Alfieri gives us top tips on staffing the optometric office.
* How to develop and use a set of "core values" that underlie your staff development
* The methodology to use when going through the recruitment and hiring process
* How to communicate with your staff to keep them motivated and engaged - including the use of vision boards and the Fish Philosophy.
Interested in becoming a Best Practice? Apply today!
Leave any comments or questions for Dr. Alfieri in this thread.
The application process to become a Best Practice in 2020 is now open!
In this interview, I catch up with Dr. Steve Rosinski and we talk about why every optometrist reading this should consider applying to the 2020 Best Practices program!
I also took a quick video of Dr. Rosinski at Vision Expo West kicking off the application process for 2020.
Former Best Practice's winner Dr. Thomas Quinn also takes a turn at the mic describing the program, and why you should apply. The video ends with Dr. Michele Andrews and a giant chocolate cake:
Learn more at https://www.eyecarebestpractices.com, and leave any comments or questions for Dr. Rosinski in this thread.