Baby boomers are a force to be reckoned with, particularly for ophthalmic clinics. What’s the best way to reach them?
People respond to people, not computer-generated messages or technical manuals. But how do you create and broadcast quality content to a patient population that may span across seven decades?
These days, however, more and more websites are electing to use HTTPS. Should your ophthalmology practice follow suit?
When you work in ophthalmology, you get used to seeing eyeballs every day. For people like us, it’s not a problem — but it might be another story for your patients.
If you don’t have a concrete plan for how to respond to prospective patients, some are bound to slip through the cracks.
Do you have a good relationship with your local optometrists? If not, you and your patients are missing out!
It isn’t always easy for medical professionals to ask their patients for online reviews. So how do you do it? What’s the best way to ask patients to leave you a review?
For many patients, the idea of reshaping your eye with a laser sounds like something straight out of a horror movie. What’s the best way to conquer this fear?
It’s always exciting when a prospective patient calls your practice to ask questions – or better yet, schedule an appointment! What’s the one question you should ask every phone call?
We admit it — free patient materials are enticing. Who wouldn’t want to fill up their waiting room with free posters, patient handouts, and brochures? But are these materials actually a good idea?