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SPECIAL REPORT: Achieving Independent Practice Success

Private Practice Decisions

The stakes often feel so high for private practice owners, whether they are early-career ODs, those looking to grow or add an associate or even those who are beginning to plan a transition in ownership. At each step, the Vision Source Next program can help doctors avoid costly mistakes and achieve their goals more quickly and efficiently. Read each of the Special Reports below.

 Audrey Raley, OD

Issue 1: Independent Practice Provides ODs with Autonomy and Flexibility

Bobby W. “Chip” Wood, Jr., OD

Issue 2: No Need to Walk the Path to Independent Practice Success Alone

Laurie Sorrenson, OD, FAAO

Issue 3: A Strong Business Model Helps ODs Now and in the Future

steve rice vision source next

Issue 4: Don’t Delay Practice Transition Planning

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