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February 2018 Issue (click to download complete details pdf)

COVER FEATURE: Laser vision correction

   New technologies and diagnostics

   SMILE, PRK, LASIK 

   Treatment of irregular corneas

   Topographic ablations

SECONDARY FEATURE  

   Update on Avellino dystrophy testing

   Update on SMILE in the military

CATARACT 

   Ergonomics for cataract surgeons in the OR and the office 

CORNEA

   Considering a connection between dry eye and migraines

GLAUCOMA

   Approach to the canal and meshwork

REFRACTIVE

   DMEK after PRK or LASIK

DEVICE FOCUS

   Boston Keratoprosthesis

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Compounding glaucoma drops 

SPECIAL SECTION

   City preview of the 2018 ASCRS  ASOA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.


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Mar./Apr. 2018 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story: Taking your practice to the top

   Regardless of practice size, those in the top tier use regular measurement of practice data and embrace a mindset supporting growth and the practice’s goals.

Highlights 

   Advanced administration: Administrative success factors—expect a tune-up

   Advice for new administrators:  The effective leader must also be an excellent communicator

   Business operations: Some things to know about professional liability insurance

   Customer care: Making a difficult journey a little easier

   Fast Practice: Breaking down practice cliques

   Human resources: Recruiting strategies for ophthalmology—Where to find new physicians

   InfoTech: Cloud computing—Storms or blue skies?

   Marketing: Use podcasts to increase practice visibility—and thrive

   Reimbursement: Embracing change—Thriving in an evolving reimbursement world

   Technicians: Creating a feeder program to staff your clinic

   COE Corner: Preparing for the COE exam—keep your eye on the prize

   Making the case: Trailblazing—How to implement career pathing in your practice

   Optical: Reimbursement considerations for the evaluation and management of dry eye

   Retina: Should retinal specialists be integrated into a multispecialty practice?

   Peer to Peer: What’s your favorite technique for holding a productive meeting?

NEW for 2018 and COMING SOON:
Compliance Corner

  Bimonthly updates on regulatory trends and issues affecting ophthalmology and ophthalmic practice business operations.

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December issue (click to download complete details pdf)

   Authoring your own ophthalmic book

   Prevent falls at your practice

   Medical tourism in ophthalmology

   Robot doctors?

   Breaking bad news to patients

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December 2017 issue (click to download complete details PDF)

COVER FEATURE: Challenging cataract cases: In the face of ocular comorbidities

   Complications of cataract surgery in AMD patients

   Cataract surgery in the diabetic patient

   Managing cataract cases with advance glaucoma

   Ensure optimal corneal health before cataract surgery

   Special considerations for cataract surgery in patients with dementia

SECONDARY FEATURE: Update on crosslinking

   Seeing clearer with CXL

   Patient selection for crosslinking

   Corneal collagen crosslinking: Is epi-off or epi-on best for patients?

   Corneal crosslinking: Fast and furious versus low and slow

   Refractive opportunities for crosslinking

   Behavioral impacts on crosslinking

CATARACT/IOL

   The latest on intracameral antibiotics

   Toric IOLs: When do we enhance?

   The basics of pupil management

   Don’t write off manual toric marking just yet

   Spoiled for choice with toric presbyopic IOLs

   Femto vs. phaco: Friend vs. foe

DEVICES

   Accommodating IOLs in the pipeline

   Update on pupil dilating devices

PHARMACEUTICALS

   Glaucoma medications update

 

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