It Takes A Village – Forward Together

Latin father and daughters embracing in circle

by Steve BakerSteve Baker
President, Eyefinity

With all of the natural disasters that have impacted the United States and its territories, the Caribbean, and Mexico in the past month, it’s hard to believe that we have an ounce of control in this world. On behalf of everyone at Eyefinity, we send our most sincere condolences to everyone who has experienced loss or been displaced. Know that we support you and that our hearts are filled with hope.

One of the reasons I love the optometry industry is that we are a community of people who – simply put – love people. We aren’t afraid to roll up our sleeves and help each other out. When I hear stories of community members coming together to help one another in the rebuild of their lives and cities, I know that you are all a part of that effort, whether you make the headlines or not.

Something positive that we can focus on as affected cities begin the daunting, but not impossible task of rebuilding is how we can each do our part to help the whole. VSP has resources available for practices that were affected. You can learn more here. At Eyefinity, we’ve initiated a couple of special relief programs specifically related to practice management/EHR solutions for those Optometrists who need assistance getting their practices up and running, so that your patients can be seen and treated. I want you to know personally that if you’ve been affected, I am just an email away. steve.baker@eyefinity.com #ForwardTogether.

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