OSD: Help is on the way
By Robert Murphy, Contributing Editor
Clinicians’ hard work is finally yielding more treatment options.
Discover your untapped dry eye potential
By Zack Tertel, Senior Editor
Diagnosing and treating DED helps to improve patients’ visual outcomes.
When the (ocular surface) going gets tough …
By Allister Gibbons, MD, and Kendall E. Donaldson, MD, MS
Three cases illustrate the resourcefulness OSD demands of physicians.
Nutrients hold the key to eye health
By Ruth Frechman, MA, RDN, CPT
What you need to know to educate your patients and answer their questions.
The solo road less traveled
By Robert Calandra, Contributing Editor
A bad business-choice, many say, considering changes in the medical world. Others say, it makes all the difference.
Doing more blepharoplasties than usual?
By Christine Bahls, Executive Editor
It’s (not) just the economy — apparently, folks want to look good in cyberspace.
From terribly wrong, to on the right track
By Steven R. Robinson, FASOA, COE
Any practice’s hiring and firing program needs logical, well-constructed steps. Without them, there will be chaos.
Going from word of mouth to cyber savvy
By Naren Arulrajah
How online marketing transformed one ophthalmology practice.
Larry E. Patterson, MD
The Hippocratic Oath meets the Hudson
Coding & Reimbursement
By Suzanne L. Corcoran
Getting compliance plans right
By Allan Walker
Contingency plans: Because you don’t have a crystal ball
As I See It
By Paul S. Koch, MD, Editor Emeritus
Of hacker-princes and the cloud
By Steven M. Silverstein MD, FACS
Preventing intraoperative miosis
SPOTLIGHT ON TECHNOLOGY & TECHNIQUE
By M.L. Fox, MD, FACS
Advances in assessing the quality of vision
THE ENLIGHTENED OFFICE
By Cynthia Matossian, MD
This equation yields more than one sum