Ophthalmology Business

DEC 2012

Ophthalmology Business is focused on business topics relevant to the entrepreneurial ophthalmologist. It offers editorial, opinion, and practical tips for physicians running an ophthalmic practice. It is a companion publication of EyeWorld.

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Contents 3 From the publisher 6 Dropping in The EyeDROPS app keeps meds on track and patients on course Page 8 Informed consent by John DiConsiglio 8 Informed consent and the ophthalmologic marketplace Skillful information exchange can help realize the best that a marketplace in ophthalmology can provide by John Banja, Ph.D. 12 The unplanned partnership buy-out The two areas most obviously affected by an unplanned buy-out are the practice's reputation and/or the practice's financial situation by Brad Ruden, M.B.A. Page 12 The unplanned partnership buy-out 14 What to expect when you're expecting (an EHR system) Bringing an EHR system into your practice is not unlike giving birth to your first child by Robert Lamont, Scott Peterson, and Leslie Mackner 16 Planning for retirement Determining when—or if—selling a practice makes more sense than adding partners is an individual decision. Just don't wait too long to decide by Michelle Dalton Page 16 Planning for retirement 20 Part-time physician work on the rise Why part-time work is increasing and how some ophthalmologists swing it by Vanessa Caceres 24 Liquidity management in the new era of ophthalmic economics There has never been a more critical time than now to start actively managing the liquidity of your practice by John B. Pinto Page 20 Part-time physician work on the rise 4 Ophthalmology Business • December 2012

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