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Benedict Professor in Practice Management and Administration

The Benedict Professorship in Practice Management and Administration was established in 1982 by a generous endowment provided by Mr. Bill Benedict and Family. The purpose of the professorship is to provide education and consultation for optometrists, professional students, residents, faculty and staff in the areas of practice management and administration. The professorship is expressly intended to focus on the independent practice of optometry. This yThe Benedict Professorship in Practice Management and Administration was established in 1982 by a generous endowment provided by Mr. Bill Benedict and Family. The purpose of the professorship is to provide education and consultation for optometrists, professional students, residents, faculty and staff in the areas of practice management and administration. The professorship is expressly intended to focus on the independent practice of optometry. This year, Bryan Rogoff, OD, MBA, CPHM, joins us as the 2017-2018 Benedict Professor.

Dr. Bryan M. Rogoff has a unique background in areas of holistic eye care, business management and healthcare reform. His experience spans both the corporate, and private sectors and he continues to specialize in clinical management and operations, market trends, industry analysis, healthcare strategy and high level negotiations.

As a national lecturer and contributing author to Review of Optometry, Optometry Times and Review of Optometric Business, Dr. Rogoff is known for his strategic approach to practice management and healthcare reform that teaches providers how to be part of the solutions which challenge the eye care industry. He lectures nationally on topics ranging from blue light, holistic healthcare, to all aspects of practice management.

Currently, he serves as a consultant for the FDA as well as other industry partners, President of the Maryland Optometric Association and reviewer for the Council on Optometric Practitioner Education.

Dr. Rogoff received his Bachelors of Science from Stony Brook University, Doctor of Optometry from Nova Southeastern University and Masters of Business Administration concentrating in Accounting and Taxation from The George Washington University. To understand the complexity of healthcare system, he completed a certification in 2013; CPHM - Certified Professional in Healthcare Management.

Dr. Rogoff offers consulting services for private practice and industry relations at www.eye-exec.com, and can be reached at info@eye-exec.com.
 


2017-2018 Schedule of Events

Summer Semester 2017

Monday, June 26th
Presentation to the 4th Year Optometry Students
Tuesday, June 27th
Presentation for the Harris County Optometric Society: Changes in Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities for Optometry

Fall Semester 2017

Monday, October 2nd
Presentation to the 4th Year Optometry Students
Tuesday, October 3rd
Presentation for the Harris County Optometric Society: Changes in Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities for Optometry

Spring Semester 2018

TBD
Annual UHCO Continuing Education Program – More information coming soon!
TBD
Presentation to the 3rd Year Optometry Students
TBD
Presentation to the 4th Year Optometry Students

Past Benedict Professors include:

  • Irving Bennett
  • Irvin Borish
  • Robert Koetting
  • Jack Runninger
  • Richard Kattouf
  • Brad Williams
  • Wayne Wood
  • Jerome Legerton
  • Bobby Christensen
  • Neil Gailmard
  • Laurie Sorrenson
  • Peter Shaw-McMinn
  • Jack Bridwell
  • Gary Moss
  • Carmen Castellano
  • Mark Wright
  • Donald Teig
  • Gary Gerber
  • Dave Ziegler
  • Michael Rothchild
  • Carole Burns
  • Walter West
  • Jay Binkowitz
  • April Jasper
  • John Rumpakis