Primary Care Optometry News


The following articles appeared in the print edition of PRIMARY CARE OPTOMETRY NEWS.

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PCON Reports

Workforce study results may indicate opportunities for optometry

Appropriate care, proper coding can maximize reimbursement

Christopher J. Borgman, OD, FAAO

Use UBM to detect potential malignancies in your office

Jerome Sherman, OD, FAAO

Make board, maintenance of certification programs transparent

Vermont, Kansas pass managed care plan legislation


Humanitarian optometry missions should build capacity, not dependency

Douglas J. Villella, OD

From The Editor

Stay focused, engaged to maintain the profession’s viability

Michael D. DePaolis, OD, FAAO

Meeting News Coverage

Alcon introduces new line of color contacts

AOA presents awards at Optometry's Meeting

AOA to revise clinical practice guidelines

AOA: Proactive legislation needed to ensure access to care, clinical registry in development

Composite of tools best for diagnosing sideline concussions, speaker says

FDA approves daily disposable multifocal contact lens

Hamilton to Optometry's Meeting attendees: Always get back up

J&J Vision Care announces changes for contact lens lines

New AOA president encourages personal advocacy

Outgoing AOA president: Membership holding steady, legislative gains continue

Panel: Results of workforce study indicate opportunity for optometry

Speakers urge clinicians to screen patients for binocular vision dysfunction

Successful collaborations valuable for optometry, other specialties, patients

Social Media and the OD

Carefully delegate your office’s social media efforts

Agustin L. Gonzalez, OD

Worth Building

Take precautions when naming a trust as your IRA beneficiary

Ken Rudzinski, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CRPC, CASL, CAP

What's Your Diagnosis?

Routine scan flags GCC and focal, global loss volumes

John A. McCall Jr., OD; Larry J. Alexander, OD, FAAO