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October 2014

Features

IRIS: “big data” comes to ophthalmology
By Joseph F. Jalkiewicz with additional reporting by Christine Bahls
How will the first registry for eye diseases impact patient care and your practice?

Incisional techniques in FS laser-assisted cataract surgery
By Lisa B. Arbisser, MD
Femtosecond incisions deliver advantages, but surgeons should expect a learning curve.

Roundup of advances in B-Kpro research
By Borja Salvador-Culla, MD and Paraskevi Evi Kolovou, MD
Grappling with the complications of keratoprostheses.

Correct presbyopia with corneal inlays
By George O. Waring IV, MD, FACS
Distinguishing the developmental pipeline of this emerging surgical treatment.

Using amniotic membranes for dry eye patients
By Brandon Rodriguez, MD
Treat dryness-related corneal changes prior to cataract or refractive surgery.

Fine-tuning the diagnosis of angle closure
By Angelo P. Tanna, MD
As our ability to identify angle closure expands, so does our understanding of the disease.

Living comfortably without an EHR system
By Vance Thompson, MD & Matthew Jensen, MBA
Despite their benefits, our practice maintains a “wait and see” approach.

Departments

Viewpoint
Larry E. Patterson, MD
IRIS: A big gamble is paying off

Quick Hits
By René Luthe, Senior Editor

CODING & REIMBURSEMENT
By Suzanne Corcoran
Your guide to correct YAG coding

Best Practices
By Richard C. Koval, MPA, CMPE
Selling your practice? Leave your emotions out of it

Ophthalmic Metrics
By Kay Coulson
Understand where and how your advertising works

FEMTO FACTOR
By Scott LaBorwit, MD
FS and strategic conversations

THE DIGITAL PRACTICE
By Peter Polack, MD, FACS
Considering the co-location option for your EHR system

SPOTLIGHT ON TECHNOLOGY & TECHNIQUE
By Zack Tertel, Senior Associate Editor
More than dry eye?




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