As I See It - Our Journey in Perspective
By: Ruth C. Goodell, M.D.
Thoughts from the Women in OMD summer symposium.
SECOND ANNUAL IOL UPDATE
By: Stephen Bylsma, M.D.
How New Products are Changing Patient Selection
Living This Life -- And Still Loving It
By: Barbara J. Arnold, M.D.
The joy of being in charge of one's own life.
How to Avoid the 75% Tax Trap
By: G. Kemler Donaho, CLU; Richard J. Alphonso, J.D., CPA, M.S.T.
This estate planning strategy can help your children inherit as much as possible.
Four Ways to Improve Your Practice Today
By: Arthur DeGennaro
Use these insights on patient encounters to improve the care you provide and increase profits.
Internet Marketing: Facts vs. Fiction
By: Howard Gottlieb, O.D.
Whether you're excited or intimidated by the information superhighway, taking this quiz can help you use it effectively.
Can Your Administrator Grow with Your Practice?
By: Mark E. Kropiewnicki, Esq., LL.M.,
If he's not up to it, consider your options.
By: Alan B. Aker, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Do You Need to Upgrade Your Almost Paid-For Laser?
Information and Consent Forms
By: Bruce H. Koffler, M.D.
Why they're so important -- and what to include if you create your own.
Asking the Right Questions
By: Leona Meditz
Are you delivering quality? Only if your patients think so.
9 Ways Your Staff Could Be Hurting Your Practice
By: Frank J. Weinstock, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Advice for identifying and improving all-too-common problem areas.
Keeping Your Cataract Patients Out of Glasses
By: R. Bruce Wallace, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Want more of your cataract patients to be spectacle-free?
This 10-step team approach can make it happen.
Evaluating the Value of Your Revenue Sources
By: Ron Rosenberg, PA-C, MPH
This simple analytical tool enables you to offer the most profitable mix of products and services and evaluate potential new ones.
Treating Resistant Keratitis
By: Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, FACS,
As bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics, treating keratitis becomes more challenging. Here are some helpful strategies.
By: Christopher Kent, Senior Associate Editor
As technology advances, operating microscopes get quieter, more
adaptable, smarter and easier to use.