And finally, I want to wrap up with some tips, resources, and reminders and a few of my personal take to heart thoughts. So, number one be sure to review everyone in your practice should review your practice management software. This is important because over the years I've worked with almost every EHR system that is out there and there's always a roundabout way or work about to be able to get the information to look the way you want it to look, but the reality is is there's a right way and there's a wrong way. And we want to do it the right way. And the reason is, is when our doctors go to pull those analytical reports that are so vital to the future of our practice, our growth, our sustainability and to be able to make important decisions, those numbers need to be right. So, we need to make sure that we are entering them correctly in the system. So, please watch your tutorials and ask questions, make sure you do it right. 

Next, I would say that the EHB Handbook application, I reviewed this in Unveiling the Mystery course one. And it’s just a great little app I want to touch base on again because it really shows you visually what the patient is experiencing with common eye diseases as well as there’s terminology and it can answer CBT and billing questions. Just a great, free little app that you can have in your pocket to help answer questions that you might have. 

And then third, invest in yourself. Develop your career path and maybe this isn't even your career path, but continue to always educate yourself and learn. And if your heart is in Optometry, look at these journals, review these journals, and always stay ahead of the game. So, a few of them that we like to review, well if you can get access, AOA First Look, Optometry Times, Primary Eye Care, Review of Optometry, Review of Ophthalmology, In.Vision magazine, just to name a few. And then of course, any age and wellness newsletter.

Ultimately, we want to inspire everybody on the team to stay up-to-date, stay ahead of the curve, know what’s happening in our industry. How can we help our patients have better lives, how can we generate talk that makes them excited about coming back to see us, knowing that we can continue to improve their lives through their visual performance.