Posts Tagged ‘Cataract Surgery’
How a Nifty Nashville Startup is Rocking the Cataract Surgery Patient Experience
The cataract surgery patient experience in many practices is broken. Couple this with a commercial process that asks a person to make a high-value decision at the same time they learn they need surgery and you may agree that something must change. What’s great is a Nashville start-up, Surgiorithm, is just what doctor’s need! How…Read More
Will Millennials, LASIK and Cataract Surgery Technology Influence Ophthalmology?
Seven trends may provide the answer to the question, “Will Millennials, LASIK and Cataract surgery technology influence Ophthalmology?” These emerging beliefs, commercial strategies, and technologies portend an environment rich with opportunity for those who adapt and frustrating for those who do not. Millennials – Providers and Patients Four millennial children in my family make me…Read More
Why Cataract Surgery and No LASIK?
Early in my business career in Ophthalmology, I was observing a lot of cataract surgery and the field of Refractive Surgery was gaining traction with Radial Keratotomy (RK). A crude procedure when compared to today’s all laser method to performing LASIK. I worked for Storz Instrument Company and it was the Fall of 1992. Storz…Read More
Buffalo Wings and the Premium Cataract Surgery Experience
The first time that I had Buffalo Wings was where they were invented, the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York in August of 1992. It was a nifty little place that had adequate service and a great product that was bound to be a hit. When Jean and I went there, with our two…Read More