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Running an Optometry Practice
37% of practices don’t have enough patients. Our simple, effective, proven methods capture market share for you and increase profitability.
After 7 years in practice, I finally realized that if I had studied optometry in the same manner I had studied the practice management side of my practice, my patients would have been better off visiting a podiatrist for their eye care.
Optometry school taught me a lot, but it certainly didn’t teach me how to run a successful practice.
That’s where the Master Consulting expertise of David Sanders and the highly successful optometric experience of Dr. John L. Brinkley, OD come in.
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Years and years ago, I started studying optometric practice management – hard.
I hired some of the best consultants in the business and worked diligently to make my practice into a real model.
In the process I made lots of mistakes – traps that I can help you avoid.
Like spending too much on the wrong marketing actions that flopped.
Like hiring the wrong people.
Like being Mr. Milktoast Manager and Mr. Doormat Owner.
If you had been there, you would have laughed, but it sure didn’t seem funny at the time.