As we navigate the economic uncertainties of 2024, eye care professionals need to proactively target key areas for sustained growth and success.
Patti Warren, ABOC
Education & Training Administrator
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Partnership between eye care practices and labs is not just about cost savings. It’s about creating a robust, mutually beneficial relationship that fosters loyalty, boosts efficiency, and elevates the quality of care you provide.
The patient-owned-frame option can take a big bite out of your revenue and bring some challenges for both eyecare providers and patients.
If you don’t have a good analytics program, it can be really hard to understand what’s going on when you see your exam count rising, but your revenue falling.
If your business isn’t the same size as the next guy’s, you really can’t compare KPIs like the number of exams, number of frames sold, or total revenue. However, there is a benchmark that can provide valuable insights.
Whole team incentive programs will help you get your staff engaged and building the topline revenue in your eye care practice.
Profit isn’t just about how much money you bring in, it’s about the balance between what’s coming in and what’s going out.
Creating and selling lens packages is not as hard as you think – and the potential results can completely change the results in your optical.
Cost of goods is going up everywhere – not just in optical. It’s more important than ever to monitor yours. Here’s how to keep your finger on the pulse of your COGs in just a few minutes.
Growth, by definition, requires us to stretch our abilities, push forward out of our comfortable little compartments, and seek out new skills and new achievements.