Keep Presbyopia at Arm's Length
By: Lindsey Getz, Contributing Editor
By understanding the patient’s visual needs and lifestyle, you can better identify the right solution.
The Drugs for The Bugs
By: Kimberly K. Reed, O.D., F.A.A.O.
All the currently available antibiotics for ocular infection are relevant.
Is it Allergy or Dry Eye?
By: Scot Morris, O.D., F.A.A.O; Melanie J. Denton, O.D., F.A.A.O.
Here’s how to identify the two pathologies, even when they coexist and confound the diagnosis.
Making the In-Office Lab Decision
By: Zack Tertel, Assistant Editor
Use these factors to determine whether or not it’s right for you to invest.
Protect Against Malpractice
By: Frank Giardina, O.D., F.A.A.O.; Mai-Anh Nguyen, O.D.; Richard K. Simonds, O.D.
These tips will help you to avoid malpractice lawsuits — and survive them should they occur.
Collections Made Easy
By: Neil Gailmard, O.D., M.B.A.
Two simple solutions can take the anxiety and inefficiency out of in-office collections.
O.D. to O.D.
By: Walter D. West, O.D., F.A.A.O. Chief Optometric Editor
A fond farewell.
By: Jim Thomas, Executive Director
Keeping me to my word.
ASCRS Announces Task Force Members;
Optometrist Ranked as Number One High-Paying, Low-Stress Job; Correction; CMS Issues Proposed Rule; Nobel-Prize Winner Invents AMD Reading Devices; FDA News
and Research Notes.
View From The Top
By: Gary Gerber, O.D.
The wavering waiver.
By: Jack Runninger, O.D.
They were inquisitive.
Fix This Practice
By: Richard S. Kattouf, O.D., D.O.S.
The future of the optical. . .
Research in Practice
By: Mile Brujic, O.D.; Crystal Brimer, O.D.
A concomitant course.
By: Kelly K. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD
Strategy & Innovation
By: Scot Morris, O.D., F.A.A.O
In and around the exam lane.
By: Marc Greenberg, O.D.
The WX-3D Retinal Camera, from Kowa
Contact Lens Focus
By: Corrie Pelc, Contributing Editor
The KeraSoft IC, from Bausch + Lomb.
By: Sanjay Agarwal, O.D.
Eye on the prize.