Primary Care Optometry News


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

Table of Contents

Triple therapy reduces frequency, cost of neovascular AMD treatment

Consider issues beyond cosmesis when fitting prosthetic contact lenses

Amanda M. Tompkins, OD

From The Editor

Interprofessional education good for health care, optometry, patients

Michael D. DePaolis, OD, FAAO

Medicare Coding

All practices should implement a medical records compliance program

Charles B. Brownlow, OD

Meeting News Coverage

Prepare for MACRA 2019 implementation in 2016

Presenter: Ask about allergies before performing injections

ODs can meet increased need for primary care services

Optometry continues to advance scope, struggle with insurance

Study: Bimatoprost sustained-release implant maintains IOP lowering up to 24 weeks

Sun Ophthalmics aims to partner with eye care providers

Presenter: Minimizing disparity between intraocular, intracranial pressures can prevent glaucoma

Presenter: ODs must address demand for more eye care services

AGS Lecture: Reversal of visual field loss may become future paradigm in glaucoma treatment

CooperVision announces 2015 Best Practices honorees

AOA MORE assists ODs with quality initiatives

B+L introduces Ultra contacts for presbyopia

Alcon, Google collaborate on devices to manage chronic disease

FDA collaborates with academia to pursue patient-centric endpoints in glaucoma

Cumulative results of Xen gel stent implantation in Europe promising for US

PCON Reports

Interprofessional education contributes to better patient outcomes

What's Your Diagnosis?

Severe macular disease detected in patient with no symptoms

David Otto, OD