Helping Ophthalmology Practices Grow
We are building the nation’s leading ophthalmology management services organization. We offer partner practices the opportunity to grow and provide the highest level of patient care with the support of a highly experienced management team.
How We Do Business
Our model allows partner physicians to maintain clinical autonomy, provide excellent patient care, and deliver quality outcomes all within a culture of rigorous compliance.
We strive to attract the most talented doctors and staff who lead by example. We alleviate the ever-increasing burden on independent practices and physicians by providing a robust organization which allows physicians to spend more of their time practicing medicine and less time doing administrative work. We offer a clinically driven and compliance-focused culture, and are committed to the growth of our people.
The collaboration between physicians and management allows us to provide nonclinical management and administrative services in a more efficient and cost-effective manner.
Our growth strategy is focused on provider recruiting/development, expansion of clinics and ASCs, and attracting partner practices that share our vision and values.
Partner practices will benefit from our infrastructure and scale, relationships with payors and vendors, and experience building clinics and ASCs.
Future Value Creation
We encourage our physician partners and management team to invest in our combined company so that our incentives are aligned with those of our partner practices.
OUR GROWTH GOALS
We see tremendous growth opportunities by recruiting best-in-class providers, opening new clinical and surgical facilities, expanding our patient care and administrative support services, and partnering with market-leading provider groups.
We currently have more than 80 providers working in 19 clinical centers and three ambulatory surgical centers in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Guides all aspects of our professional relationship with patients, physicians, staff, and other health care providers.
Underpins all of our interactions. We communicate openly, are forward-focused, and know that our diversity makes us better.
Collaborative Work Environment
Makes us an enjoyable place to work. We nurture individual and team achievement, professional development, and advancement of the ophthalmology profession.
Drives our success. We believe in hard work that is efficient, productive, and engenders appreciation among team members.
Growing and Attracting Talent
Allows us to attract best-in-class doctors and staff who lead by example and contribute to the improvement of our partner practices including areas of technology and advancement of research.
1: Initial Discussions
Building strategic partnerships and relationships takes time, mutual understanding, and trust. Early in our partnership process, the leadership from a prospective practice meets our team. This provides a forum to discuss our vision, structure, goals, and founding principles.
2: Initial Evaluation
Following a successful introductory meeting, we provide a request for basic information that will allow us to make an initial evaluation of the practice and submit an Indication of Interest.
3: Letter of Intent
Once we are in agreement on the basic outline of a partnership, we will execute a Letter of Intent (LOI) which outlines more detailed deal terms. We offer an expedient due diligence process developed from our industry experience.
Concurrent with the due diligence review, we negotiate formal legal documentation, including a purchase agreement and ancillary agreements, which charts a path to a combined organization.
Clyde Bell, CEO
Dan Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert Foster, M.D.
Michael Nordlund, M.D., Ph.D.
John Sheppard, M.D., M.M.Sc.