Register at least three people from your practice and receive the Practice Plan discount. All staff must be from the same practice and one physician must register with the group to qualify for the group rate.

Download the group registration form or register by calling 1-877-307-5225 ext. 219 or ext. 476

Group Rate – 3+ Attendees 1 Physician (required) and 2+ Nurses or Administrators
The Comprehensive Ophthalmologist or Retina Specialist Pays...
$1,480 by 5/31/20
$1,530 by 8/31/20
$1,630 by 11/30/20
$1,730 after 11/30/20
The Nurses and/or Administrators Pay...
$615

Take advantage of deep registration discounts for groups of 3 or more

Update your team together — same time, same place and same vision!

Hawaiian Eye and Retina occur in the beginning of the year when everyone's excited to look at new technologies and ideas together so they can later sit down and plan for the rest of the year. We offer high quality programs for each profession featuring a top-notch faculty and a casual environment for learning. Your practice will definitely benefit from the shared educational experience that we offer.

ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM » Learn the latest trends, keep up with changes in technology and insurance, gain tips to improve efficiencies, ideas for transformation and prepare for future success.

NURSING/TECHNICIAN PROGRAM » The casual environment, sharing of clinical experiences across most subspecialty areas, and effective group discussions results in new ways to better care for patients.

RETINA SPECIALIST PROGRAM » Low-key learning, in-depth didactics, an accessible faculty and progressive retina discussions create an exceptional experience to help advance your retinal IQ.

GENERAL OPHTHALMOLOGIST PROGRAM » A week-long comprehensive update featuring world-class educators, a tranquil environment, opportunities for personal interaction and practice-enhancing dialogue.

Jay S. Duker, MD

Hawaiian Eye and Retina offer a great team building experience. By bringing staff to the meeting, in just one week you can build their fund of knowledge, their loyalty to the practice and the teamwork that it takes to be successful. You'll see an immediate impact on trust and commitment that leads to higher performance levels, which then becomes transmissible to the rest of the office.

Jay S. Duker, MD
Retina Program Director

Jane T. Shuman, MSM, COT, COE, OCS, CMSS, OSC

Technicians and nurses have the opportunity to learn what is new or up and coming in most subspecialty areas of ophthalmology. The casual environment is conducive to the sharing of clinical experiences and networking that stimulates effective group discussions. When additional members of your practice are present for the combined sessions, the whole team can experience a deeper, broader and more relevant outcome.

Jane T. Shuman, MSM, COT, COE, OCS, CMSS, OSC
Hawaiian Eye Nurse and Allied Health Program Director

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Our attendance has continued to grow among ophthalmologists, retina specialists, administrators, nurses and allied health professionals. We offer high quality programs for each group with a great faculty and great environment for learning. Hawaiian Eye and Retina occurs in the beginning of the year when everyone's excited to look at new technologies and new ideas together and then sit down and try to plan for the rest of the year. Your practice will definitely benefit from the shared educational experience that we offer.

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
Hawaiian Eye Comprehensive Ophthalmology Program Director

Candace S. Simerson, COE, CMPE, CAHCM

We bring a number of people from our practice to Hawaiian Eye and Retina every year. It helps to learn the same information at the same time and gain the same vision together. We can then strategize how to lead the practice going forward and communicate to the group at home how to incorporate the necessary changes.

Candace S. Simerson, COE, CMPE, CAHCM
Hawaiian Eye Administrator Program Director

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