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Enthusiasm regarding the acceleration of technology advances, including retinal monitoring centers, that can be used to help prevent disease progression for patients with eye diseases.
Considerations for using remote monitoring and navigating through the reimbursement process when caring for patients with dry age-related macular degeneration.
What optometrists should know about the American Medical Association’s establishment of 3 new CPT Category III codes to report patient-initiated remote retinal optical coherence tomography scans.
Considerations for more widespread use of retinal monitoring centers based on clinician and patient feedback.
The types of data provided by retinal monitoring centers and how to best utilize information provided to better treat patients who have dry age-related macular degeneration.
An overview of the services provided by retinal monitoring centers, and insight on their use by optometrists who have begun using remote monitoring in their clinical practices.
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