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February 2017 Issue (click to download complete details pdf)

COVER FEATURE: Glaucoma and the cataract patient

   When to use and not to use MIGS 

   Glaucoma medication management after cataract surgery

   Improving the ocular surface in the glaucoma 

   Angle-closure glaucoma and cataract surgery  

CATARACT

   IOLs and advanced glaucoma patients

REFRACTIVE

   5 refractive surgery mistakes no surgeon should make

GLAUCOMA

   Finding outflow

RETINA

   FDA-approved drugs studied to stave off retinal damage

DEVICE FOCUS

   Dry eye diagnostics 

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Patient compliance with glaucoma medications 


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Mar.-Apr. 2017 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story

   Developing a clinical research program―Advancing the science, advancing your practice

Highlights

   Advanced administration: Advancing your super hero powers—The genius of inquiry

   Advice for new administrators:  Wondering whether to invest in staff education? Advice, Dear-Abby style

   Business operations: Monitoring and responding to HIPAA breaches 

   Customer care: Engaging your patients through effective communication

   Fast Practice: What we don’t confront, we enable!

   Human resources: Job descriptions vs. expectations

   InfoTech: Documentation—A map for network security

   Marketing: How to coordinate your content marketing

   Reimbursement: Consolidated billing rules and regulations

   Technicians: Cross-training—A tool that can streamline clinic flow and resource allocation

   COE Corner: I did it. You can, too.

   Making the case: Trust me―Watch your team excel when they believe in you

   ASC: Creating a culture of safety in your ASC

   Retina: A practical guide to achieving high-quality performance

   Peer to Peer: What is your practice doing to celebrate administrative professionals’ day (April 26, 2017)?

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December issue (click to download complete details pdf)

  7 tips for presenting refractive cataract surgery to patients

  How potential patient research improves LASIK marketing

  Virtual Care Clinic transforms traditional health care model

  Portable device simulates different IOLs before surgery

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December 2016 Issue (click to download complete details PDF)

COVER FEATURE: Challenging and complicated cataract surgery

Stepping up 

   Have a game plan for capsule rupture

   Achieving best outcomes with cataract surgery in the post-vitrectomy eye

   Pearls for soft lenses

   Warming up to posterior polar cataracts

   Managing IFIS and small pupils

SECONDARY FEATURE: New/current treatments

   Preventing endophthalmitis

   On the crosslinking cusp

   New glaucoma treatments in development

CATARACT/IOL

   Moving from divide and conquer to phaco chop

   Considerations for cataract surgery in short eyes

REFRACTIVE SURGERY

   Infection following femtosecond AK

   Predictable refractive outcomes: The future of keratoconus treatment

   "Real world" outcomes better than clinical trial data, LASIK reviews show

CORNEA

   Practice makes perfect

   Intracorneal ring segment use remains controversial

   Finessing Fuchs'

​​   Comparison of methods for performing DSAEK

GLAUCOMA

   Getting a feel for MicroPulse laser treatment

   New tool for surgical IOP reduction

DEVICES

   Today's corneal topographers

NEWS & OPINION

   New plan to reduce global visual impairment by 25% within 5 years

PLUS: Reports from the 2016 ESCRS Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark

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