About Us

Drs. Susan and Jeff Kegarise

The Tiger Institute for Cooperative Learning began in 2010 in Franklin, Tennessee, as a way for Dr. Jeffrey Kegarise to provide education and professional development opportunities to the optometric technicians and staff members of his busy and growing practice.  Realizing that he and his trainers had much to offer, and true to his passion for bettering the landscape of patient care, The Tiger Institute began offering courses after office hours and allowing staff members from other practices to attend.  As the years have passed, so has the scope of the Tiger Institute grown, offering training and education to doctors and staff from any branch or specialty of medicine.

 

 

Why Tiger?

With other practice-building companies available, you might be asking yourself what sets The Tiger Institute apart from their services.  The difference is fundamental.  We are dedicated to the continual growth and development of practices achieved through consistent, high quality education and training.

We hope you will join in our efforts to achieve our vision of improving medical practices, and in turn, the quality of care that we are able to provide to our patients.

 

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ONE PATIENT AT A TIME
The K2 Way Playbook For Healthcare & Business Success

Healthcare and clinical management have changed significantly over the years. The days of scribbled doctors notes are behind us as technology has made a distinct presence in the healthcare setting. Even with these advancements, efficiency and effectiveness within care are still lacking.

In their book, One Patient at a Time, Drs. Jeff and Susan Kegarise dive into the type of clinical care and patient experience that is often sought after. They believe that the most efficient and effective clinical care exists at private practices more so than in corporate healthcare institutions. Their story gives you an insider’s look of a successful business-minded healthcare professional. Most importantly it provides valuable insights, helping you make your vision of building a private practice a reality.

Dr. Keg's Thoughts

OPTOMAP MEANS YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE DILATED

The reason we dilate pupils is so we can see inside the eye. Historically, we needed to do that so we...
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Have You Been Flashed?

We always tell patients to call us immediately if they notice "flashing lights" or "floating spots"
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Sports, Vision and Football: Quarterbacking for Success

NFL quarterbacks are arguably among the best athletes in any competitive professional sport. Hard work...
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What Does Good Care Look Like - Part 2

While we specialize in eliminating eye problems, the eyes are really a reflection of your overall health...
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Heads Up!

All of the United States and the world have been caught up with the excitement and fervor over soccer's...
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