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November 25, 2014

Eye tests every 2 years

Improving Patient Experience

I wanted to write about the importance of regular eye tests, so I searched the internet first and look what I found – a ‘must read’ article published in The Telegraph in June 2014: “Eye tests 'could spot' early Alzheimer's disease”.

November 20, 2014

Consumers’ behaviors – helping your customer decide?

Practice Management, Business Strategy

Writing my blog about Joanne’s and Sarah’s behavior made me think about how I behave when want to buy something. So here is a personal story about a recent purchase that I made…

November 18, 2014

Meet Geraint Griffiths part 2

My own Binocular status is interesting. I have an anatomical vertical decompensation in my left dominant eye and divergence excess, as well as a convergence insufficiency. Now I know why I had failed the opening height. The distance of a horizontal bar was impossible for me to judge in a poorly lit smoky stadium. This is a manifestation of sporting dyspraxia.

November 13, 2014

“Building a better patient experience” Conference

Improving Patient Experience

We are getting ready for National Eyecare Group’s Building For Success Annual Conference, which is titled “Building a better patient experience!” The conference is on Sunday 16th Nov and Monday 17th Nov – is anyone attending?

November 11, 2014

Computer Vision Recommendations from an Ophthalmologist

Blue Light Protection, Trivex 101

Here is something I heard, I found it interesting and I wanted to share with you.

November 6, 2014

3 simple questions: Why, How and To Whom?

Diversifying your lens portfolio, Business Strategy

I will write this article focusing on 3 questions and I will try to keep my answers short:

November 4, 2014

Tricks of the trade

Improving Patient Experience

When converting from a well-known material like CR-39 material to Trivex material, there are a few tricks-of-the-trade that savvy labs and opticians have adopted to make their lives easier and the results predictable.