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October 2017 Issue (click to download complete details pdf)

Bonus distribution: 2017 American Academy
of Ophthalmology annual meeting

COVER FEATURE: Challenging cataract cases: In the face of ocular co-morbidities 

   Cataract with AMD

   Cataract with moderate and advanced glaucoma 

   Cataract with corneal disease 

   Cataract with uveitis 

   Cataract with diabetes

   Cataract with dementia

CATARACT

  Contraindications to MFIOLs and EDFIOLs

CORNEA

  Meibomian gland growth after probing technique

GLAUCOMA

   Cataract surgery for angle-closure glaucoma

REFRACTIVE

   Best of ASCRS: Refractive 

DEVICE FOCUS

   Update on pupil dilating devices 

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Intravitreal injections/transzonular injections 

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Program preview of the 2017 American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting in New Orleans


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NOV/DEC 2017 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story: All aboard!

   Practices find that a solid employee onboarding process leads to long-term success for the employee—and the employer.

Highlights 

   Advanced administration: Avoid these common manager mistakes 

  Advice for new administrators: Passing the baton—The art of effective delegation

   Business operations: 10 top things NOT to do when contracting with an associate

   Customer care: A personal experience—9 tips for passing the CPSS exam

   Fast practice: Your indispensable role helping doctors master their inner game

   HR: How to stay connected while taking a stand—The secret of the circle 

   InfoTech: Is Your Practice's Health Information Technology Ready for MIPS?

   Marketing: 6 traps that can ruin your website in 8 seconds—and the fixes

   Reimbursement: Documentation and coding for ophthalmic photography

   Technicians: The ophthalmic technician as hero

   COE Corner: What my COE certification means to me

   Making the case: No need to knock—6 key benefits from having an open door policy

   ASC: Compounding problems

   Peer to Peer: What are you thankful for having received this year?

 

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September issue (click to download complete details pdf)

   Innovation in the delivery of eyecare

   Training residents for success

   When pharmacists change prescriptions: How and why they do it

   Reaching more patients with Google AdWords search engine marketing

   How ophthalmologists are impacted by ‘alert fatigue’

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Fall 2017 issue (click to download complete details PDF)

COVER FEATURE: Laser vision correction revisited

   New technologies in corneal refractive surgery poised to spur growth

   Treating irregular corneas

   Looking at LASIK’s advances

   How to start performing refractive surgery

SECONDARY FEATURE: MIGS roundup

   Tips and techniques for optimizing approved MIGS

   Laying the groundwork for CyPass use

   XEN Gel Stent: When to use and how to implant

   Comparing glaucoma procedures

CATARACT/IOL

   One way to match IOLs to patients’ visual goals

   Cutting-edge technologies and better outcomes

   Microscope settings for cataract surgery

   Nepafenac to fight off CME

REFRACTIVE SURGERY

   Nonsurgical treatment of presbyopia

   LASIK patients benefit from plugs at the time of surgery

   High oxygen enhances epi-on PiXL efficacy

  Wavefront-guided vs. wavefront-optimized laser treatments

GLAUCOMA

   Evolution of tonometry: Are we overdue for a new clinical standard?

   Primary tube versus trabeculectomy study

DEVICES

   Femtosecond corneal laser platforms: Offering better vision and better flap predictability than microkeratomes

PHARMACEUTICALS

   Delivering on sustained promises for glaucoma

 

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