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Congratulations! You have just graduated and are eager to make a difference in your chosen profession of optometry and to embark on the road to a rewarding career.

Congratulations! You have built a successful optometric practice and are enjoying the fruits of your labor – but the time is right to prepare to pass the baton.

Which of the above scenarios best describes your situation?

Well, consider this: for the purposes of implementing a successful approach it really doesn’t matter. Whether you are looking to secure a position as an associate and future partner or searching for just the right individual to carry on your legacy (and, of course, buy out your equity,) it is important that you have a clear view and understanding from both sides.

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Susan Resnick
Susan A. Resnick, O.D. FAAO, FSLS, a 1983 graduate of SUNY College of Optometry, is the President and Managing Partner of the New York City based specialty contact lens practice, Drs. Farkas, Kassalow, Resnick and Associates. Dr. Resnick focuses clinically on medical contact lens fitting, anterior segment wellness and surgery co-management. As a frequent author and lecturer on specialty contact lenses and practice management, Dr. Resnick enjoys mentoring future and current colleagues. Dr. Resnick has earned her Diplomate in both the American Academy of Optometry’s Cornea, Contact Lens and Refractive Technology Section and the American Board of Optometry. She is a Fellow of the Scleral Lens Education Society.

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