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Nathan Hayes

Nathan Hayes
Nathan serves as IDOC’s Practice Finance Consultant and developed the unique 3-Year Growth Plan, as a benchmarking, planning and decision-making tool for ODs. He also writes and lectures on various practice management topics. Nathan graduated from Vanderbilt University in three years, with a degree in Spanish and a minor in mathematics. After graduating, he spent a year working abroad. During that time, he worked for two firms in San Jose, Costa Rica. He interned with Grupo Juridico de San Jose, working in environmental policy to protect a threatened parcel of land, then he worked as a project manager for a US-owned precision machining shop, Olympic Precision Machining. Nathan then spent 6 months working with street children and orphans in Mexico. Before getting into the healthcare industry, he was an Assistant Store Manager and completed the Corporate Training Program with Haverty's Furniture Company in Atlanta, GA. Nathan serves on the advisory board for the Hayes Center for Practice Excellence at the Southern College of Optometry.
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Why Your Pay Formula Is Critical to a Healthy Optometric Partnership

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Congratulations, Your optometry Practice Is Making Money!  Now What?

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Finance

When Do You, the optometry practice Owner, Get to Pay Yourself?

05/10/2018
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Would You Want to Own Your Optometry Practice Until You’re 80?

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What if you Spent $100,000 on a COO?

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When should you plan your exit from optometry?

11/16/2017
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