How's Your Retina Display?
By: Lindsey Getz, Contributing Editor
Four effective ways to educate patients on their retinal disease, so they return for your care.
How to Comanage Patients Who Have Retinal Disease
By: Robert Murphy, Contributing Editor
Serve your patients best with confidence, cooperation
Poised for the Next Breakthrough in AMD Therapy
By: Virginia Pickles, Contributing Editor
The combination of an anti-PDGF and anti-VEGF therapy has shown results in patients with exudative
Genetic Testing For Retinal Disease: Part 1
By: David Nelson, O.D., M.B.A.; Jerome Sherman, O.D., F.A.A.O.
Five tests are currently available to identify patient risk
Discussing Dry Eye Disease
By: Ernest Bowling, OD, MS, FAAO, DIPL.
Effectively managing this disease is contingent on strong patient communication.
Solving the Top Challenges in Staff Management
By: Rebecca L. Johnson, C.P.O.T., C.O.T., C.O.
Use these tips to help your practice run at an optimal level.
O.D. to O.D.
By: Scot Morris, O.D., F.A.A.O
Retina: the new frontier.
Communication as good medicine.
Optometric Practices in the Eye of Hurricane Sandy; Digital Tablets Improve Reading Speeds in Low Vision Patients; CooperVision
Announces Website to Service U.S. Military Community; Guy Sherman, CL Trailblazer; Glaucoma Drug May Cure Baldness; and Research Notes.
View from the Top
By: Gary Gerber, O.D.
Did you achieve all your 2012 goals?
By: Jack Runninger, O.D.
A fan of clever retorts.
Fix This Practice
By: Richard S. Kattouf, O.D., D.O.S.
Low net income is the top concern.
By: Jeffrey Anshel, O.D., F.A.A.O.
"Carrots are good for your eyes."
Research in Practice
By: Mile Brujic, O.D.; Crystal Brimer, O.D.
Modifying MK risk.
By: Scott Han, OD, FAAO
AdenoPlus from Nicox.
By: Kelly Nichols, O.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.
A helpful media.
Contact Lens Focus
By: Jennifer Harthan, OD, FAAO; Shana Brafman, OD
Chemistry lab gone wrong.
By: Bob Levoy, O.D.
Enrich your Staff.
By: VERONICA RUELAS, O.D.
A chitta change.