When Emily Bussey, OD, bought an existing practice in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, eight years ago, she expected it to grow quickly.
When Monica Allison, OD, was a captain in the U.S. Army at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, the “summer surge” was intense.
Belinda Dobson, OD, of College Station, Texas, says that there can be a disconnect in the patient care experience when doctors use old technology in the exam room but are recommending high-quality ophthalmic lenses.
Explaining a child’s visual acuity to emmetropic parents is time-consuming and challenging. Or, at least, it used to be.
Patricia Poma-Nowinski, OD, FCOVD, of Birmingham Vision Care in Bloomfield Township, Michigan, calls herself a
stickler for a schedule.
Gina M. Wesley, OD, MS, FAAO, has had the benefit of technology implementation from Marco for the past year. She had been looking for a way to make her Medina, Minnesota, practice more efficient.
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