How you practice optometry will differ drastically between clinicians and modality.
While there is no right or wrong way to practice optometry, there are certain eyecare providers who have interests in various specialties who might choose to focus their career or practice around them.
Sometimes, your interests can influence the way you practice optometry, your practice culture, and your life goals and happiness.
Dr. Nick Despotidis, FCOVD, FAAO, FIOA, has achieved incredible life and career fulfillment by choosing to practice specialty care. He and his partners, Dr. Ivan Lee and Dr. Barry Tannen, have crafted a specialty care practice around vision rehabilitation, specialty contact lenses, and treatment for vision-related learning problems.
Together, they have one of the largest practices in the country located in Hamilton, New Jersey. Along with this, Dr. Despotidis developed a practice management workshop, SuperChargeYourPractice, which is one of the most highly attended workshops offered at the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control annual symposium.
There are many challenges facing optometrists in the changing landscape of healthcare and disruptive technology.
Vision care will evolve, and with it, a tremendous opportunity lies in developing specialty care within our practices.
In these video interviews, Dr. Barry Tannen and Dr. Ivan Lee share what drove them into specialty care, and how you can help understand what makes you happy, and how to incorporate that into your practice.
It is never too late to change the way you practice optometry. Find your passions, and incorporate them into your career and work environment.
Vision By Design (OAA) – Friday, April 7th 2017 6:00pm – 12:00am Dallas, TX Enroll before April 1, 2017
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