A Light in the DARC: Seeing Glaucoma Before it Strikes

This cutting-edge technology could give us a window into the disease earlier in its course—shifting treatment ahead and possibly preventing vision loss.

Can We Lower IOP with Glasses?

Researchers are finding shocking new ways to employ electro-stimulation.

While You Were Sleeping

A new phototherapeutic contact lens, worn overnight, could effectively address diabetic retinopathy progression.

The Telephone is Ringing…

A new year brings new rules—make sure you know what your carriers expect when it comes to telehealth services.

Algorithm Quantifies Neuroretinal Rim Damage

Could this deep learning network make optic disc photo grading obsolete?

Lab-made Cornea Similar to Native Tissue

Researchers hope engineered tissue could be used as alternative to donor grafts.

Telemedicine May Aid Glaucoma Detection and Screening

However, researchers must first understand what causes fundus images to be unreadable.

Electronic Tags Track Patient Flow, Pinpoint Logjams

Technology continuously captures patient wait times.

Teleophthalmology More Cost Effective Than In-Office Exams

Diabetic retinopathy screenings yielded the greatest savings.

Smartphone Imaging an Option for Demodex

Video footage can help motivate patients in treatment.

Upcoming Events

February 15-19, 2019

Annual Winter Ophthalmic Conference
Location: The Westin Snowmass Conference Hotel
Program Chairs: Murray Fingeret, OD, and Leo Semes, OD
Up to 20 CE credits (COPE approval pending)
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March 7-10, 2019

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—Orlando, FL
Location: Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 20 CE credits (COPE approval pending)
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April 11-13, 2019

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—San Diego
Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
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