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FREE Virtual | On the Path to your Predominantly Private Pay Practice 4-Part Series, Session #4: How Do We Define Success? (1 hour)
On the Path to your Predominantly Private Pay Practice 4-Part Series
Session #4: How Do We Define Success? (1hour)
Instructor: Steve Alexander

We are excited to launch this webinar series to teach optometrists how to get away from the shackles of VCPs and launch their practice into maximum profitability. Over the course of 4 months, we will dive in your own specific obstacles and come up with a detailed plan on how to be successful.

In this final session, you've made a decision and have been working to make it the right call, how do you know when it's working and when it isn't? We will teach you how measure results & overcome mindset obstacles.

ODs on Finance Member Rate: FREE

This event was made possible by an unrestricted educational grants

Series Schedule | Sundays 9:00am PST | 12:00pm EST

Session #1 (July 10) | Where Are We Now?
Session #2 (August 7) | Where Are We Headed?
Session #3 (September 11) | How Do We Make The Last Decision We Made The Right One?
Session #4 (October 16) | How Do We Define Success?

Oct 16, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Steve Alexander
Consultant | Marketing Director @Anagram
Steve Alexander has been in the eye care industry for all of his adult life and then some. He started as an optician at age 16 and has worked as an ophthalmic tech, lab tech, practice manager, regional manager, operations consultant, and has worn a bunch of other hats in both private and corporate eye care settings. Over the last 8 years, he has been consulting with practices to find ways to better understand their patients, the ecosystems in which they work, and how to create a practice of which they can be proud. For the last two years, Steve has been Head of Marketing and Partnerships at Anagram, an industry leading tech platform driving change in Eye care with the explicit focus of increasing price transparency, private pay business, and improving the lives of patients and the people who serve them.