Financial survival depends on how skillfully you observe and react to economic upheaval

Smick, Kirk L.
May 2011
Optometry Times;May2011, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p36
Academic Journal
The article discusses the changing world of work of optometrists. It states that optometrists' business and medical practice is changing with the federal government's intervention such as the case of the need to write e-prescriptions for Medicare patients. The author shares that the International Vision Expo West meeting in September 2011 will offer optometrists an idea of the changes to come in their business and professional lives.


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