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The Care and Feeding of Your Digital Measurement System: How to Make it a Success in Your Practice - Part 2

1. Which is not a good reason to tell patients why you're using a digital measurement system?
2. Why is it important to understand how to take measurements manually?
3. What is the best way to “script” your explanation of the system?
4. To make sure the staff is properly trained:
5. Who should be involved in the decision-making process for purchasing a system?
6. What would be a good reason to use the measurement system only for patients who purchase customized lenses?
7. Which of these is not a good reason to use the device for all patients purchasing eyeglasses?
8. Why is it important that the optical staff “buy into” the idea of having a measurement system?
9. Which of these is not a demonstration you're likely to find in your measurement system?
10. When you first get a new measuring device, it's important for the staff to:
11. Which of the following is a reason staff members might not want to use a measurement system?
12. What's a good reason to use the device before the patient has chosen lenses?
13. What is one of the main challenges of selling advanced lens technology to patients?
14. Should the doctor/practice owner be present at the training?
15. What percentage of digital measurement systems purchased are being used regularly?
16. Which of these is a likely symptom of inadequate training on the system?
17. A common reason dispensers decide not to use the measurement system is:
18. A freestanding digital measuring system should be located:
19. The measurement system should be used for free-form single vision lenses because:
20. To assure accurate measurements:
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.