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May 2018 Issue (click to download complete details pdf)

COVER FEATURE: Navigating the red eye

   Diagnosis and management of “pink eye”

   Allergic conjunctivitis 

   Hyperacute bacterial conjunctivitis 

   Chronic conjunctivitis 

   Structural causes of red eye

CATARACT 

   Iris prolapse 

CORNEA

   Biofilm and lid margin disease

GLAUCOMA

   Efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty following incisional glaucoma surgery 

REFRACTIVE

   Enhancement plan for premium implant cataract surgery

DEVICE FOCUS

   Lid margin therapy 

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Implants and sustained delivery 


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Jul/Aug 2018 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story

   Growing pains: Managing the unexpected consequences of practice expansion

Highlights 

   Advanced administration: Change management―Essential perspectives for managers

   Advice for new administrators:Reducing power struggles by fostering win-win relationships

   Business operations: Selling the ASC

   Fast practice: Questions that can boost practice performance

   Human resources: Preventing theft and embezzlement by honest employees

   InfoTech: Security risk analysis―Another look at why providers may miss the mark

   Marketing: Taking back lost referrals

  Reimbursement: Conducting a retrospective adult

   Technicians: The case for having certified technicians

   COE Corner: A key step to becoming a thought leader in ophthalmic administration

   Making the case: Developing your mid-level managers

  Optical: Vision plan tips for spectacle lens pricing

   Peer to Peer: When you have to make a decision and you're suffering from paralysis by analysis, how do you get unstuck?

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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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June 2018 issue (click to download complete details PDF)

Bonus distribution: 31st APACRS Chiang Mai 

COVER FEATURE: Present and future IOLs - Enlightenment

   Current state of IOLs

   Getting the most out of available accommodating options

   Finding a niche for extended depth of focus IOLs

   Where we stand with MFIOLs

   A range of futuristic IOLs coming down the pipeline

   Using toric IOLs to correct astigmatism

SECONDARY FEATURE: Intersection of refractive surgery and MIGS

   Considering premium IOLs for glaucoma patients

   Adopting MIGS into practice

   Making MIGS choices

   What's coming in refractive surgery and MIGS?

CATARACT/IOL

   Managing eyes with long axial lengths

REFRACTIVE

   Light Adjustable Lens implant technology

   Managing late in-the-bag IOL dislocation

   Presbyopia preference pre-cataract

   When SMILE gets complicated

   Replacing PMMA with porcine intracorneal ring segments

   Ray tracing

   Proceeding with caution when diabetes patients want LASIK

DEVICES

   Transscleral SLT

   Technologies that improve refractive surgery

PHARMACEUTICALS

   Eyes on the perioperative drug delivery prize

   Zeroing in on Xiidra

Plus: Meeting highlights of the 31st APACRS Annual Meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and reports from the 2018 ASCRSoASOA Annual Meeting

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