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CooperVision’s 2017 Best Practices Honorees

February 20, 2017

Every year CooperVision Inc. recognizes optometry industry leaders who have forged new pathways to success in the face of industry changes and increased competition while also finding unique ways to provide exceptional patient care.

The 10 honorees selected this year results from a nationwide search for eye care practices that advance the profession through innovation, industry leadership, and patient experience, according to a press release.

 

 

Perspectives on Glaucoma

Nocturnal blood pressure ‘overdippers’ have higher risk for ODH in normal-tension glaucoma

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BLOG: OD recommends Adwords over Facebook advertising

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Agustin L. Gonzalez, OD, FAAO, shares his experience with advertising a frame line using Facebook, indicating that it was unsuccessful. “In my experience, it…

Think About Your Eyes to broadcast ads on primetime networks

February 14, 2017
Think About Your Eyes TV ads will appear on broadcast networks, such as ABC and NBC, during primetime programming and sporting events, including NBA and MLB games, for…
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CooperVision’s 2017 Best Practices Honorees

February 20, 2017
Every year CooperVision Inc. recognizes optometry industry leaders who have forged new pathways to success in the face of industry changes and…

Perspectives on Glaucoma

Nocturnal blood pressure ‘overdippers’ have higher risk for ODH in normal-tension glaucoma

February 15, 2017
A “nonphysiologic” nocturnal blood pressure dip is a risk factor for the occurrence of optic disc hemorrhage in patients with…

Video

BLOG: OD recommends Adwords over Facebook advertising

February 15, 2017
Agustin L. Gonzalez, OD, FAAO, shares his experience with advertising a frame line using Facebook, indicating that it was unsuccessful. “In my…

Think About Your Eyes to broadcast ads on primetime networks

February 14, 2017
Think About Your Eyes TV ads will appear on broadcast networks, such as ABC and NBC, during primetime programming and sporting events, including NBA…

In the Journals

Study supports vision providers’ role in post-concussion assessment

February 14, 2017
Comprehensive vision assessment should be considered in children with concussion reporting academic difficulty and in the development of…

BLOG: The optical management of ocular disorders

February 13, 2017
In my early years in practice, I worked with a multispecialty ophthalmology practice in a hospital setting. We had plenty of ophthalmologists…

ODs exempted from federal hiring freeze

February 13, 2017
Certain positions, including optometrists, are exempt from the federal hiring freeze enacted under the Trump Administration, according to Robert D…

BLOG: When costly drugs are standard of care

February 10, 2017
Let’s say you’re going to the hardware store to buy a wrench. Naturally, the store sells more than one product that can do the same job…

Proposed N.C. legislation expands scope of practice to include certain laser procedures

February 8, 2017
The Enact Enhanced Access to Eye Care Act, amending the scope of practice in optometry allowing for certain laser and surgical procedures in North…

AOA urges FTC not to adopt proposed changes to Contact Lens Rule

February 8, 2017
The American Optometric Association urged the Federal Trade Commission not to adopt proposed new changes to the Contact Lens Rule ordering doctors to…

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