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Letters and Viewpoints: How to Become the CEO of You: Develop a Winning Team
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By Lauretta Justin, OD—How do you choose the right people for your team? Choose people that fit your Mission, Vision, Purpose (MVP) and who have the skills to implement your strategy. Your team will determine the quality of your success. An outstanding team will give outstanding performance and success; a mediocre team will give a mediocre results. Take your time and chose correctly. Your team will be comprised of your professional advisors/mentors, employees and vendors.

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Private Practice Insights: Neurovisual Optometry Services in High Demand
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Kathryn Collins, OD, of Lititz, Pennsylvania, read about an interesting case that a fellow OD posted on the social media forum ODs on Facebook. The patient in the case had been in a car accident, and despite working with neurologists, physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs), her progress had stalled because she couldn’t see well. Dr. Collins reached out to the colleague, Margaret Shirk, OD, also from Pennsylvania. Dr. Collins sent Dr. Shirk a validated questionnaire for the patient, which could help them determine if the patient could benefit from the neurovisual optometry services she offers.

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Managing the Medicine Cabinet

The most common prescription medications pose risks to your patients’ ocular health. Spot them on the chart so you can be prepared to rein in their ...

Pregnancy Precautions: How to Prescribe Safely ...

While patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding make challenging cases for many optometrists, new guidelines may make things easier.

Principles of Ocular Pain Control

Identify the cause of your patients’ achy eyes and get familiar with meds that provide relief.

Sharpen your Subjective Refraction Technique

Minimize chair time, avoid frustration and help patients see better with this standardized protocol.

The Mind's Eye: Ocular Complications of ...

Most optometrists will see patients who take psychoactive drugs. Know the potential ocular side effects and how to manage these patients.

ACA Children’s Vision Health Benefit: Boom ...

The Affordable Care Act’s pediatric essential health benefit has opened the door to comprehensive eye care for millions of children—but will it ...

Amblyopia: When to Treat, When to Refer?

This common pediatric condition can be managed successfully with timely intervention.

Discern Optic Nerve Head Drusen from True ...

Evaluating a pediatric patient’s optic nerve presents particular challenges. Consider these non-invasive techniques and know what you’re looking ...

Pattern Recognition: How to Identify and Confirm ...

This rare condition can be difficult to diagnose. Learn the important differentials and fundamental tools to get your patient on the track to proper management.

Recognizing TBI-related Vision Disorders

These visual signs and symptoms can help uncover concussions and will guide your approach to intervention.

Systemic Management of Pediatric Ocular ...

A little pharmacology expertise can go a long way in treating kids using oral medications.

2015 Income Survey: Love What You Do

Optometrists are doing well for themselves, but the paycheck isn’t the only thing driving them.

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New OD School Debut Sparks Debate

Though it may serve a regional need, some ODs have concerns over its national impact.
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New Technology for Dry Eye ...

An implantable device that stimulates tear production could offer hope for those ...
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Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.
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The Mind's Eye: Ocular ...

Most optometrists will see patients who take psychoactive drugs. Know the potential ...
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Managing the Medicine Cabinet

The most common prescription medications pose risks to your patients’ ocular ...
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Heart Drug With AMD Connection

A medication that assists in heart conditions has the potential to increase the risk of ...
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Many Suspects in Vision Loss

Additional testing can help uncover this patient's progressively worsening vision.
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Referral Notes: Red Herring?

Assumptions and failure to dilate can lead to missed diagnoses. Start from scratch and ...
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2XRX, Doubling the Opportunity

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Recognize the Signs of Ocular Melanoma

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Reshaping the Outcome: Corneal Astigmatism Correction During Cataract Surgery

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From Ordinary to Extraordinary: The Rapid Evolution in Cataract Surgery

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Considering Keratitis: Critical Questions in Disease Management

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Ocular Health Can Be Matter of the Heart

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Critical Ocular Measurements to Improve Scleral Lens Fitting

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Guidelines on Glaucoma Progression

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