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Clinical Equipment: Small Spaces and Big Profits

The explosion of eye care technology over recent years has created challenges for optometrists – especially those practicing from small inner-city rooms where space is at a premium.

Taking a strategic approach to the investments you make in technology can make all the difference. Choosing the most flexible equipment is a key to ensuring your consultation room can be used effectively and efficiently.

In this month’s special feature, we talk to optometrist and ergonomics expert Dr. Jenny Long about investment choices that can enhance the workplace comfort of your staff – and how these can impact productivity.

We also speak with optometrist Michael Knipe from Total Eyecare in Tasmania. As well as working in private practice, Michael works in the public hospital system and has extensive experience as a volunteer optom in East Timor. Each of these environments has very different needs when it comes to choosing equipment, as Michael explained.

This equipment guide is the final in a three part series produced by mivision

This equipment guide is the final in a three part series produced by mivision. Armed with the information on the following pages – the very latest from Designs for Vision, Satisloh, Device Technology, Carl Zeiss, Optimed and Cerium – we hope it will prepare you to weigh up all the features and benefits of the offerings on show at ODMA in Brisbane, from 5-7 July.

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