Practice Management

Glaucoma: A Primary Care Crusade

Investing your knowledge and energy is all it takes to get your practice glaucoma-ready.

Leisure, OD-style

Come on, doc. It’s springtime! Time to have some fun.

Optometry’s Well: Far From Dry

We are only treating 2% to 9% of all patients with DED. How can we improve those numbers?

COA: Investigate Opternative, 1-800 Contacts

The California chapter of the AOA is asking the state’s attorney general to look into online eye care.

Comprehensive Screening in High-traffic Areas

One company hopes to bring eye care to shopping malls and airports, and create a network of providers for underserved patients.

Proceed With Caution: Low Vision and Driving

Here’s how you can navigate the complex interplay between DMV standards and the needs of your patients who are visually impaired.

A Significant Proposal

Want better clinical outomes? Demand better study design, experts say.

The Extinction of the Ink Pen

…and other things. What’s in your pile of office junk you never use anymore?

Letters to the Editor

Here, we reply to some of the criticism, praise and suggestions generated by one of our recent features.

Virginia ODs Enjoy Expanded Scope of Practice

Injections for chalazia treatment are now in the optometric toolbox.

Upcoming Events

November 2-4, 2018

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care Arlington
 The Westin Arlington Gateway
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE credits (COPE approval pending)
Register here


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