Color in Black and White

An AMA editorial aims to clarify how race and ethnicity are discussed in journal articles—and the medical profession broadly.

Appetite for Disruption

Changes are coming in contact lenses, presbyopia correction, drug delivery and more. Are you ready?

Legislation With Vision

Both chambers of Congress are advocating expansion of Medicare to include eye care services. Let’s support it.

Profit and Loss

Who wins and who loses as optometrists choose employment over entrepreneurship?

Changing the Culture

OD-MD cooperation succeeds when there’s mutual trust and respect. Expect it—but earn it, too.

Can’t Get There From Here

New grads who want to practice full-scope care may find no easy path available, with patients suffering collateral damage.

The Pricing Problem

There will always be someone willing to charge less than you. Emphasize quality and personalized attention instead.

Near and Far

Cataract patients would like to know their options, and you’re the best person to inform them.

Subject to Change

Optometry’s response to the pandemic showcases its strengths, and maybe its future.

Caveat Emptor

Another online seller pushes convenience over quality.

Upcoming Events

September 30, 2021

Early Identification and Timely Referral
Location: Virtual Event
Speakers: Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, and Jonathan Jonisch, MD
8:00–9:00pm EST

Sponsored by Regeneron

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October 7, 2021

A New Perspective on Dry Eye
Location: Virtual Event
Speakers: John Hovanesian, MD and Karen Skvarna, OD
8:30–9:30pm EST

Sponsored by Oyster Point

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October 12, 2021

A New Perspective on Dry Eye
Location: Virtual Event
Speakers: Preeya K. Gupta, MD and Amanda Steele, OD
7:30–8:30pm EST

Sponsored by Oyster Point

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