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January 2019 issue (click to download complete details pdf)

COVER FEATURE: Crosslinking

   Preoperative considerations in CXL 

   Intraoperative and postoperative considerations in CXL 

   Adjuncts to CXL 

   What lies ahead in the world of CXL 

CATARACT 

   Close-up on extended depth of focus lenses

REFRACTIVE

   Diagnostics in refractive cataract surgery

CORNEA

   Pupilloplasty for pinhole vision improvement technique

GLAUCOMA

   Practical implantation and postop tips on Xen gel stent

DEVICE FOCUS

   Trifocals

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Rhopressa


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Mar/Apr 2019 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story:Developing effective inter-office communications

  It takes strong systems to keep one office communicating well, but what if you have four, ten, or more? In this article, experienced managers describe the systems, technology, and operating philosophies they use to ensure that staff are in sync and informed, regardless of where they work.

Highlights 

   Advanced administration: So you think you’re ready to retire

   Advice for new administrators: A targeted and disciplined approach for soliciting employee feedback

   Business operations: Are we covered for that?

  Customer care: Future-proofing your practice

   Fast practice: Using data to build and manage an effective clinical team

   Human resources: Wearable technology—Don’t let smart technology outsmart you

   InfoTech: The human factor—Improving cybersecurity by focusing on employees

   Marketing: The buffalo approach to improving the patient experience

   Reimbursement: Untangling retina-specific billing issues

   Technicians: Do you train your technicians to be critical thinkers?

   COE Corner: Preparing for success by consulting non-traditional resources

   Making the case: In the loop—Keeping your boss informed

   Aesthetics: Advertising directly to an aging population

   ASC: Complying with new life safety codes—Is your house in order?

   Peer to Peer:  A protégé asks you for your best advice on excelling at their job. You say....

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March issue (click to download complete details pdf)

   Time spent on EHR

   Is telemedicine for corneal diseases ready for widespread use?

   Study finds patient complaints linked to physician age

   Supplementary services that can net profits

   Fewer residents entering ophthalmology 

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March 2019 issue (click to download complete details PDF)

Eliminating astigmatism

   The true measure of astigmatism

   Correcting corneal astigmatism

   Views on astigmatic keratotomy

   Maximizing posterior corneal astigmatism for toric IOL calculations

   Astigmatism and presbyopia-correcting IOLs

SECONDARY FEATURE Improving the ocular surface for cataract and refractive surgeons

   Challenging dry eye cases

   Managing ocular surface issues caused by vision-preserving glaucoma drops

   Managing neurotrophic keratitis

   Treatment plan for corneal irregularities before cataract surgery

CATARACT/IOL

   Distinguishing TASS from endophthalmitis

   Compensating for zonular weakness in cataract surgery

   A cut above

   Toric IOL rotated – now what?

   Ergonomics of cataract surgery

   Surgical remedy for negative dysphotopsia

   MSICS and its place in the hands of young eye surgeons

   Recovering from a posterior capsule hole

REFRACTIVE

   Getting better reading vision with EDOF lenses

   New noninvasive refractive treatment on the horizon

   Toric phakic IOLs in keratoconus

   The value of macular OCT for the refractive cataract patient

   Weighing thin LASIK

CORNEA

   Xiidra out of the comfort zone

   How to treat corneal ulcers unresponsive to fluoroquinolones

   Atypical mycobacterial interface keratitis after DMEK

   Endothelial keratoplasty donor rim evaluation

DEVICES

   Implanting an IOL in the sulcus

   24-hour IOP monitoring could enhance glaucoma outcomes

PHARMACEUTICALS

   Biologics in the dry eye mix

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