New Ophthalmologist equips ophthalmology residents with the dynamic business and practice management skills they'll need to develop successful, state-of-the-art practices in a variety of settings — skills they can only get from today's leading practitioners, the very doctors our editorial staff collaborates with every day.
New Ophthalmologist - April 2011
Using Premium IOLs to Achieve Better Patient Outcomes
New Ophthalmologist - January 2011
Improving the Overall Quality of Vision for Presbyopes
New Ophthalmologist - September 2010
New Ophthalmologist - November 2008
Addressing Multifocal IOL Challenges. Learn how to prepare your patients for surgery.
New Ophthalmologist - October 2008
Need a Plan for Fitting Patients With Premium IOLs? Consider a staged implantation approach.
New Ophthalmologist - July 2008
Choosing the Best Candidates for Laser Vision Correction. Consider following U.S. Navy guidelines to evaluate patients and
ensure the best possible outcomes.
New Ophthalmologist - April 2008
Transferring Retina Procedures to an Ambulatory Surgery Center. Here’s what you need to know to make a smooth transition.
New Ophthalmologist - November 2007
Experienced clinicians offer advice on how to evaluate clinical trial results and warn against using a cookbook approach
to AMD therapy.
New Ophthalmologist - September 2007
A top refractive surgeon explains why he turned his back on all-laser LASIK and what changed his mind.
New Ophthalmologist - April 2007
New and emerging therapies offer hope to AMD patients. Here's advice from retina specialists on how to manage these patients.
New Ophthalmologist - October 2006
The old model of high-volume, efficient, low-cost cataract surgery is no longer good enough. Are you ready to offer
lenticular refractive surgery? Top surgeons tell you how.
New Ophthalmologist - September 2006
It doesn't have to be a gamble. Here's sound advice on how to find the right practice and negotiate a solid contract.
New Ophthalmologist - May 2006
Anxiety is inevitable when facing your first surgery on your own. Keep worries in check by following thse simple steps.
New Ophthalmologist - March 2006
The nuts and bolts of business planning.
Now more than ever before, ophthalmologists are required to think as an MD and a CEO. The right balance of clinical and practice management skills is critical for a practice to flourish. Each month only one publication delivers the essential strategies needed to navigate and grow today’s ophthalmology practice. Led by Chief Medical Editor Larry Patterson, MD, Ophthalmology Management provides all the tools ophthalmologists need to succeed, bringing them the latest practice management pearls, clinical advancements and medical economics they need to help their practices grow.
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