We track down healthcare industry experts and "gurus" and learn ONE thing from them that we can immediately apply to our personal or professional lives. The focus is on growing a successful practice by being extraordinary - just like the people we interview! More about the host atDrstevevargo.com
Making a human connection with patients is critical to patient care and the patient experience, but for busy doctors who bounce from room to room without a lot of time to "connect," what's a fast and effective way for health care professionals to bridge a human connections with the patients they serve?
In this episode, I ask Erin O'Malley. Erin works with teams and organizations to help build cultures of connection through bold communication. She's all about helping teams show up, engage, and connect.
In this episode, Dr. Joseph Allen (currently with over 370K subscribers on his YouTube channel) shares his insights on how to grab people's attention and grow a following on social media. Check out Dr. Allen's YouTube channel, Doctor Eye Health, by clicking HERE!
In this episode, Dr. Mike Rothschild (CEO of Leadership OD) shares his insights and experience on the role of telemedicine in optometry and what applications it holds for the future of the eye care profession.
In this episode, Bill Gerber shares his insights on the office design of the future from a retail and design standpoint. Bill is founder and CEO of OMG (Optical Marketing Group) and Contentlinq, specializing in retail and design of optometric practices, digital signage and software/app development.
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Stewart shares advice on how to market a sports vision specialty. Her story is one of persistence and diligence and not giving up. The lessons she shares can apply to any specialty you're interested in adding to your practice.
In this episode, I ask Dr. Ryan Gustus (co-founder of lensquote, a software platform designed to increase in-house contact lens sales) what strategies he suggests for keeping more contact lens sales in-house.
Dr. Rick Peterson owns three practices in the Chicago area. He specializes in binocular vision and focusing disorders and one of the treatment options he offers patients is Neurolens. In this episode I ask Dr. Rick Peterson how he overcomes “healthy skepticism” when presenting new technology to patients, in particular Neurolens.