A Vision For Success

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ASSESS FRAME INVENTORY

One of the great value propositions we provide for the right patient experience is on-hand selection. Folks too often feel they still need to shop because we did not provide enough of a selection, hence a low turnover and conversion rate. Let’s go over the retail strategy of less is more.

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THE DEVIL’S IN THE DATA

Practice information is critical to managing the challenges and creating successful strategies. But you still need to bridge the gap between ‘having the data’ and using it to make smart choices in managing your business.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT 2017 WHEN PLANNING FOR 2018

It comes around every year – that point when it’s time to evaluate the current year’s performance and make some plans for the upcoming year. Most of us start these analyses at the end of the calendar year – like, now. We’ve asked our industry experts what the most important considerations for trend analysis are when thinking ahead. They’ve offered us three key points as a good starting place.” We’re sharing these with you over the next few days, to help you maximize your practice planning for 2018.

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Finding Your Vision

Most business owners are familiar with the concept of a "mission statement;" it's the quantified statement about what the purpose of your business is – why are we here? Less well known, but arguably even more important, is the idea of having a vision statement for...

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Mentor, Mentee

One of your greatest staff training resources may already be in your office. Do you have a team member who consistently outsells or out-performs their co-workers? Consider leveraging that employee to help others within the practice learn the vital skills they need. An...

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1 Easy Tip to Boost Your Recall System

How's your recall system working? One reason this matters is the comparatively low cost of keeping a patient, versus finding a new one. The cost of bringing in a new patient is sometimes referred to as the PAC – Patient Acquisition Cost. You calculate this number by...

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