Where the Arts and Sciences Meet

By Sareya Khatkur, OD Aug 2018

By Sareya Khatkur, OD—My entire way through school, I teetered back and forth between my love of health sciences and the visual arts.

Making Adjustments as a New Mom in Corporate Optometry

By Maria Sampalis, OD Aug 2018

By Maria Sampalis, OD—There are already so many details to worry about when you’re becoming a new mom.

Putting the Care Back in Eye Care

By Jessica Yannelli, OD Jul 2018

By Jessica Yannelli, OD—I’m passionate about optometry. I love what I do, and I love having the opportunity to use my skills to have a meaningful presence in my community and provide a needed service.

The Fondest Farewell

By April Jasper, OD, FAAO Jul 2018

By April Jasper, OD, FAAO—From the moment that Women In Optometry was launched, its mission has been to provide women ODs a platform to share their views, their challenges, their strategies for success and their perspective on issues affect their practices and their lives.

What I Wish I Had Known When I Bought My Practice

By Natalie Bissoon, OD Jul 2018

By Natalie Bissoon, OD—I purchased a historic practice in our community, and it’s been a great fit for me, allowing me to practice close to home and make time for my children.

We’ve had a data breach. What’s our HIPAA liability?

By Matt DiBlasi, president, Abyde Apr 2018
Unfortunately, in the world we live in today, data breaches and privacy issues are dominating headlines more often than political scandals or the latest celebrity gossip.

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