An objective look at ISBCS
By Steve A. Arshinoff, MD
The right answers to a few key questions will tell if you’re ready for immediately sequential bilateral cataract surgery.
A surgical challenge: hypermature cataracts
By Priya Narang, MS and Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth
To remove these, you’ll need to be on your game.
Sifting through refractive formulas
By Sumitra S. Khandelwal, MD, and Douglas D. Koch, MD
There are more of them, serving different purposes, all striving for the same goal: excellent vision.
Retina issues could undo even best preparations
By Logan Brooks, MD, and Andrew D. Hsia, MD
For optimized outcomes during cataract operations, check the posterior segment before surgery.
When the capsule breaks: PCCC
By Lisa Brothers Arbisser, MD
Become adept at the posterior capsulorhexis, and the procedure will reward you.
Success demands an optimized cornea
By Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD, L.Ac
How to prepare and maintain it during and after cataract surgery.
Mastering IT matters
By Peter J. Polack, MD, FACS
A series to help you get a handle on this increasingly essential part of medical practice.
When the auditor beckons …
By Mary Pat Johnson, COMT, COE, CPC
That letter has come, and it doesn’t send birthday wishes. Are your records in order? Great. If not, consider it a teaching moment.
Turn your OR staff into a pit crew
By James C. Loden, MD
We can’t control reimbursements, but we can hone efficiency.
By Johnny L. Gayton, MD
On cataracts, bearing witness and miracles
By Christine Bahls, Executive Editor
Coding & Reimbursement
By Suzanne L. Corcoran
A rare test for glaucoma needn’t be provocative
SPOTLIGHT ON TECHNOLOGY & TECHNIQUE
By Robert Stoneback, Associate Editor
Tiny camera, big results
IN SO MANY WORDS
ECL Group’s Jim Alland
By Scott LaBorwit, MD
With femto, you’ll need help to succeed
THE EFFICIENT OPHTHALMOLOGIST
By Steven M. Silverstein, MD, FACS
Meet the cookie ladies
THE ENLIGHTENED OFFICE
By Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS
Time is money