Weekly recap Questions of the Day. Week of June 13-17.

I hope you enjoyed this week's Questions of the Day and his responses. By way of reminder, here are the questions again.




Question of the Day #373' I opened my first community eye care practice a year ago. Things are going well but I want to make sure that I and the staff are working as efficiently as we can. I want to avoid any un-necessary steps in all aspects of the practice, such as appointment booking, patient arrival, examination, dispensing, ordering and collection.

Do you have any tips?


Question of the Day #374’ Some of my patients suffer with day time glare when in their own home. They like to have lots of sunlight during the day and don’t want to fully close their curtains but sometimes it can be too bright for them.

Do you have any experience of those photochromics which work indoors where much of the UV in sunlight is absorbed by windows. ?



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  • Jun 20, 2022
  • 08:50 AM