Mark Packer, MD


ASCRS 2023: Predicting vision outcomes in cataract surgery with machine learning

Mark Packer, MD, sat down with Sheryl Stevenson, Group Editorial Director, Ophthalmology Times®, to discuss his presentation on machine learning and predicting vision outcomes after cataract surgery at the ASCRS annual meeting in San Diego.

Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO


Oculomics and oculometrics: Using the eye as a biomarker for neurodegenerative disease

Oculomics and oculometrics are part of an emerging field that looks at using the eye and eye movements as a biomarker for systemic and neurologic health. This article will review some of the recent findings correlating ocular structures and eye movement function with neurologic and cerebrovascular disease and discuss the future of eye care in the neurologic space.

T.Y. Alvin Liu, MD


ASCRS: Prediction of imminent conversion to neovascular AMD using deep learning and 3D OCT volumes

Alvin Liu, MD, sat down with Sheryl Stevenson, Group Editorial Director, Ophthalmology Times®, to discuss his presentation on deep learning and 3D OCT at the ASCRS annual meeting in San Diego.

Jack L. Schaeffer, OD, FAAO


New presbyopia treatments offer promise, challenges, and rewards for practice managers

Expert advice offers key practice management tips for making presbyopia drops an integrated part of a clinical armamentarium.

Harvey Richman, OD, FAAO, FCOVD


AOA 2023: How to integrate vision rehabilitation after stroke into your business model

Maria Richman, OD, FAAO, and Harvey Richman, OD, FAAO, FCOVD, met with Optometry Times to discuss their presentations on rehabilitation of a patient who suffered from issues of vertical vision after a stroke, as well as integrating patient care with the business model.

Nwamaka Ngoddy, OD


NOA 2023: Anwuli Eye Wear creates inclusive frames with Black facial features in mind

Nwamaka Ngoddy, OD, founder of Anwuli Eye Wear, gives us a brief look into her inclusive line of frames during NOA 2023.

Jason Bacharach, MD


Visual field testing undergoes modern transformation via wearable technology

North Bay Eye Associates transitions from traditional bowl perimeter to portable vision diagnostic and patient engagement system.

Alena Reznik, MD


Controversies in Modern Eye Care 2023: Glaucoma compliance

Alena Reznik, MD, shares short reflections on the glaucoma panel presented during the 2023 Controversies in Modern Eye Care meeting.

Deborah S. Jacobs, MD, MS


CRU 2023: New technologies and advances in the contact lens field, plus the new paradigm in specialty lenses

CRU 2023 will cover a host of topics, including a co-led presentation by Drs Deborah Jacobs and Melissa Barnett on the latest advancements in the contact lens field.

Jaya Pathapati, OD


A Future for Remote Monitoring Centers in Eye Disease

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.

Ami Halvorson, OD


Victoria Conference 2023: Staying up-to-date on ophthalmic surgery options

Ami Halvorson, OD, caught up with Peg Achenbach, OD, FAAO, while at the 2023 Victoria Conference to share highlights from her talk on ophthalmic surgery options.

Angelina Tran, OD


PDR: public health considerations

Proper screenings, treatment, management needed for this increasingly prevalent disease.

Rebekah Bernard, MD


The missing variable

The effect of physician replacements on health care spending

Gloria B. Chiu, OD, FAAO, FSLS


Don’t forget to flip the lids in keratoconus

Consider 4 conditions when treating this patient population.

Carrie Roitstein, OD, cPNP, INHC


Beyond devices: Vision discomfort may stem from lifestyle factors

Preventive options should be as important as treating symptoms

Jeff Nau, PhD


Pipeline update from Oyster Point Pharma

Jeff Nau, PhD, president and CEO of Oyster Point Pharma shares an update on the company's Tyrvaya product.

Nick Bruns, OD, FAAO


AOA 2024: Exploring options in premium IOLs and refractive surgery

Nick Bruns, OD, FAAO, talks refractive surgery, from premium IOL options for patients with cataracts to EVO ICL for patients seeking elective corrective surgery.

Kristyna Lensky-Sipes, OD


The right fit: Pairing contact lenses and DED therapy deters dropout

Retain patients and recapture dropouts with a tandem approach.

Andy Pawson


Total 30 contact lens coming in early 2022

New launch is scheduled to release in early 2022

Elise Regina, OD


Q&A: How would you integrate corneal hysteresis into your glaucoma management?

Thomas A. Wong, OD, FNAP, and his co-authors Elise Regina, OD, and Kelly Armstrong, OD, discuss corneal hysteresis: part four.

Rachael Wruble, OD


My presbyopia story: How far would your patients go?

Physicians share tales of creative workarounds to cope with this condition.

Nathan Congdon


Impact of vision impairment on children’s mental health

Studies conducted with Orbis International conclude positive mental health and academic improvements of children provided appropriate eye care and glasses, filling important research gaps and providing essential guidance for future interventions and research.

Nicholas Gilberg, OD


Vision Expo East 2024: Continuing education in your practice with Leonardo

Nicholas Gilberg, OD, with EssilorLuxxotica's Leonardo team walks through the basics of the education software that can be implemented in any practice.

Adam Ramsey, OD


EyeCon 2023: Featured symposium focuses on key advances in cataract surgery

Adam Ramsey, OD, focused on managing patient expectations and addressing unmet outcomes during a featured symposium on key advances in cataract surgery at EyeCon 2023. He also previewed his upcoming lecture on utilizing virtual assistants to revolutionize the patient experience in eye care.

Annie Nguyen, MD


Effects of pregnancy on keratoconus

Why managing progressive keratoconus during pregnancy can be a challenge

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