Are you a retail optometrist struggling in a highly competitive space, still struggling to get your practice off of the ground? To help beef up your practice then, look no further than utilizing used optometry equipment then. And if the equipment is not used, as such, and better still then, it is pre-owned. Pre-owned optometry equipment, of course, is a lot more affordable than brand new equipment straight out of the quality control laboratory.
But then again, used or pre-owned optometry equipment will still be put through the testing phases before it ever reaches the market places. As a, strictly speaking, medical practitioner, you would surely agree. It would be extremely irresponsible to do otherwise. Check the legalities of this if you are unsure. But do not ever take chances with your practice in ignoring practice regulations. Doing so would leave you over-exposed.
Not only could you be dealing with a struggling practice, you could be liable for malpractice. And once the suits have had it with you, you, of course, will be out of practice. Of course, many of you reading this now may already know this as qualified and licensed practitioners. It was, however, worth mentioning because, sad to be saying it at this point in time, a lot of untested medical products and tools are still being released to the market.
It is not the intention of these contraveners to deliberately break the law or commit crimes for personal profit. The harsh reality is that well-meaning laymen and women, you could hardly call them practitioners, surely, are out of the kindness of their hearts trying every which way to help their patients who are struggling even more than the lowest income earner out there. Strong tips for struggling optometrists? Indeed.