Due to an aging population
and an increasingly diverse
demographic patient base,
most optometric practices
are seeing more patients
who are either at risk for,
or already have, glaucoma,
the second-leading cause of
blindness in the U.S.
With a full patient schedule at two separate locations, and a full home schedule with her two children, multitasker Lisa Genovese, OD, knew she would need to optimize her workload so she could do it all.
Back in 2003, Tricia Adams, OD, and her husband, J. Murray Adams, OD, joined Advantage Eye Care in Owensboro, Kentucky, a practice started by Dr. Tricia Adams’ father.
Sarah Jerome, OD, calls herself a fairly impulsive business owner.
When Inna Lazar, OD, opened her optometric practice, she knew from the start that she wanted to add the Phoroptor® VRx Digital Refraction System by Reichert Technologies.
For 15 years, Taylor Lam, OD, had been using a manual phoropter at Garvey Optometry in El Monte, California. However, the repetitive motion began to take its toll.
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