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VIDEO: Safely integrating new techniques into a busy practice

ORLANDO — At Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is, Jason J. Jones, MD, discusses how he integrates new techniques into his busy practice.

“It is uncomfortable sometimes to do something new,” Jones said. “You’re uncertain whether it’s really going to work well, but you have to actually just be observant and actually modify what you do, and it actually evolves into something that’s very approachable and very reproducible.”

ORLANDO — At Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is, Jason J. Jones, MD, discusses how he integrates new techniques into his busy practice.

“It is uncomfortable sometimes to do something new,” Jones said. “You’re uncertain whether it’s really going to work well, but you have to actually just be observant and actually modify what you do, and it actually evolves into something that’s very approachable and very reproducible.”

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