BLOG: Is your practice large enough? Part 1

The concept of homeostatic “set points” is well-understood in biology and medicine. A healthy 6-foot male patient of average build will settle in at about 180 pounds. A healthy ecological niche will reach a carrying capacity of just so many frogs or robins, and no more. Healthy cells will grow and divide to make a tissue; healthy cells don’t grow rampantly to form a cancer. But what about a healthy practice? What should be the set point of a growing solo or group ophthalmology practice? Should your practice even have (Read more...)

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