Published by Madhu Singh on
Wed, Dec 22, 2021 @ 08:12 AM
Do you have an accurate idea of your performance from this past year? Sometimes the end of year analysis can feel overwhelming, but it's necessary to run a practice that continues to improve year over year. If you're running an optical dispensary, you might already be running reports on your lens profitability, but there are a few other metrics we think are worth noting. Taking the time to analyze your performance from this year will help you build an informed plan for the following year.
We filmed this collaborative webinar with GPN's team, Alison Mounce interviews Dr. Jennifer Stewart to hear about the KPI’s she finds most necessary in order to plan for 2022. Download it here.
Dr. Stewart Helps you Develop a Plan for 2022
From frame board profitability to exam revenue, we cover a handful of KPIs that all optometry practices can analyze to see where they need to improve before the new year. If your practice doesn't currently have automated procedures in place for measuring your performance, we'll also show you how to start by using tools like EDGEPro, which is included within Uprise Pro.
Here's a sneak peek of what Dr. Stewart mentions:
Optical and clinic revenue per exam
Vision plan profitability
Making a 2022 plan
With Uprise + EDGEPro, you get the tools you need to be sucessful in 2022, without any extra work or expense. The integration offers Uprise users the ability to easily track over 50 Key Performance Indicators and metrics within their practice data. Since the software is fully integrated withUprise, results are calculated automatically, and are always available from the cloud-based software.
Alison Mounce has worked in the healthcare technology industry for over 15 years. She's worked with multiple eyecare software solutions, so she understand what make them effective for optometrists.
Dr. Jennifer Stewart currently practices as an optometrist/partner at Norwalk Eye Care, a Coopervision 2018 Best Practices honoree, located in Norwalk, CT. She is the co-founder and Chief Vision Officer at Performance 20/20, a sports and performance vision training center in Stamford, CT.