Our patient's treatment options for disease and conditions are expanding faster than insurance companies can keep up.  While this can create a barrier to entry, it can also create an incredible opportunity for the astute clinician to stand apart, expand their practice, improve their patient care, and generate increase revenue.  But doing so is not for the faint of heart.  Practices must investigate the return on investment, marketing of the service, and ways to implement into the practice.  This course will serve as a blueprint for those that are willing to take the risk.

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David Kading, O.D.

Selina McGee, O.D.



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