Transitioning to New Optometry Practice Management Software

 

Making the switch to new optometry practice management software can be a little bit stressful and a lot of work, but for high results and reward. You know it is worth it, and you want to move forward, but what steps do you take to get there?

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Our eBook about change management takes you gradually through the processes of being a great pack leader and getting your team fired up to make the change! We walk you through everything that a practice should consider before adopting a completely new system. It is even broken down into parts: preparation, training, and go-live.

A Brief Breakdown of How to Implement Your New Optometry Practice Management Software

In the preparation section, you will learn that it is important that you communicate with your staff and work alongside them to learn the new system. They deserve to have a part in the selection of the new software for your practice, because it is affecting their work routine just as much as yours.

In the training chapter, the eBook will help outline steps and approaches to how you can get your staff on board and ready to go with the implementation of your new software. You want to make sure you know everyone’s level of skill before pushing forward on training.

And finally, go-live: There might be a few bumps in the road, but with the help of our change management eBook, you have nothing to worry about because you are a survivor and will make it through!

Check out the FREE Change Management eBook and Implementation Kit!

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