PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Premium Practice Partnering for Success

Posted by on Mar 27, 2013 in Editor

PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Premium Practice Partnering for Success

Surround yourself with smart people and listen to them. The most successful practice leaders appreciate the importance of surrounding themselves with and tapping into the strengths of capable, talented partners and staff members. This article explores the use of effective relationships as a conduit to the growth and prosperity of the premium practice…               Download the full blog       ...

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The Heart of Motivation

Posted by on Jan 30, 2013 in Blog

The role of every coach is to motivate his or her players to perform their best.   In professional sports, this can become very challenging as the season wears on and teams are tired.    With the NFC conference championship game looming,  San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh had his staff find pictures – the high school recruiting photo – of  his players and had them posted above each player’s locker.  As is Coach Harbaugh’s style, he didn’t pronounce the pictures or their purpose and left the players to figure it out for themselves. Those pictures brought lots of laughter...

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PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Turning Clicks Into Consultations

Posted by on Sep 27, 2012 in Editor

PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Turning Clicks Into Consultations

Advanced Internet marketing consists of more than just a pretty page. It takes more than a passing acquaintance with Internet marketing strategies to thrive in today’s competitive refractive cataract surgery market. Even if you have a tech-savvy staff or consultants dedicated to your practice’s electronic marketing initiatives, it still helps to have an appreciation of search engine optimization, Google+, and call-to-action terms…         Download the full blog       ...

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PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Listen up!

Posted by on May 27, 2012 in Editor

PREMIUM PRACTICE TODAY: Listen up!

Dialogue trumps monologue in the premium practice game. Practice development professionals across all medical specialties and demographics have historically recommended soliciting—and acting on—feedback from patients and staff. Although this advice is universally accepted, customer relations professionals such as George Taylor suggest that the dialogue that emerges from this dynamic is even more valuable in settings like premium IOL practices, where out-of-pocket payment is critical to fiscal solvency…       Download the full blog       ...

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Speaking | Medflow User Group Meeting 2012

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Engagements

January 8-9, 2012 (Charlotte, NC)   Speaking | Medflow User Group Meeting 2012 Shareef’s Topic: “EHR and the Customer Experience for Your Patients: Thoughts for the Road”   The meeting will focus on two days of sessions geared toward giving you the direction needed to successfully achieve Meaningful Use and receive federal stimulus payments. The meeting will be conducted in a hands-on environment led by knowledgeable members of the Medflow staff as well as members of the eye care community whose practices have achieved Meaningful Use. The Meeting is open to...

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