The Ultimate New Year's Resolution for Your Eyecare Practice

It's time to use the momentum and profit from the end-of-year exams to think about the goals you want your practice to accomplish in 2020. It's easy to start off the new year slowly as you recover from the holidays, but we're here to encourage you to start planning for the year ahead.

We've got 3 important resolutions your eyecare practice can choose from, along with an eBook full of resources to help you reach your resolution quickly. No matter which resolution you pick, you'll be in good hands and have a head start going into the new year.

Which Resolution will Your Eyecare Practice Tackle in 2016?

Resolution: Optimize Your Workflow

Even if you think your workflow is the best in the game, chances are there are some areas where you could make improvements. Taking a critical step back from your workflow can help you uncover hidden inefficiencies that may be lurking that affect patient experience, staff workload, or even quality of patient care. Download our 10 Ways to Restore Efficiency eBook to address the faults of your workflow in 2020.

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Resolution: Maximize Insurance Profits

If your claims and billing department is where you want to focus efforts in 2020, this is the resolution for you. Bad habits can be developed early on when it comes to billing. We want to help you or your biller eliminate bad claim filing habits and never miss out on reimbursement again. Fine tune your claim filing process with our ebook below.

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Resolution: Exceed Industry Benchmarks

Monitoring your practice's performance is one of the easiest ways to help your practice boost profits. If you know where your practice is under-performing it's easier to make adjustments. This eBook discusses 8 benchmarks you should be paying attention to in your practice, the formulas to calculate them, and industry averages so you can see where your practice ranks.


Now how do you make sure you meet these resolutions? Develop a long-term game plan. Your staff and patients deserve the investment.


Editor's Note: This post was originally published on December 2015. It has been updated for relevance and richness of content on January 2020.

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