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October 2016 Issue (click to download complete details pdf)

Bonus distribution: AAO Annual Meeting,
Chicago, October 15–18, 2016

COVER FEATURE: Challenging and complicated cataract surgery

   What to do when the capsule breaks 

   Post-vitrectomized eye 

   Pearls for the soft lens 

   Posterior polar cataracts

   IFIS and small pupil management

SECONDARY FEATURE

   New/current treatments in AMD and retinal vascular disease 

CATARACT

   Complicated case

CORNEA

   DSAEK

GLAUCOMA

  Glaucoma and alternative therapies

RETINA

   Using the femtosecond laser to treat … a retinal disorder?

   Management of capsule rupture in cataract surgery

INTERNATIONAL

   Keratoconus management 

DEVICE FOCUS

   Corneal topography technology 

PHARMACEUTICAL FOCUS

   Update on retina drug approvals

AAO Preview

 

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Nov./Dec. 2016 issue of Administrative Eyecare (click to download complete details pdf)

Cover story

   Surviving a remodel   

Highlights

   Advice to new administrators: Help! I’m getting reports on how many reports are due!

   Business operations: Compliance success: Doing the right thing and doing things right 

   Customer care: Having a change of heart about to-do lists

   Fast practice: Measuring and responding to staff perceptions

   Human resources: Blow it up—How to know when it’s time to rebuild your billing team

   InfoTech: Protecting your practice—The case for cyber risk insurance

   Reimbursement: Reimbursement issues with supplies and drugs

   Revenue: Four questions for slashing credit processing fees

   Technicians: Strategies for incorporating scribes into your practice

   Making the case: Self-assessment—Are you ready for a job change?

   ASC: Infection control update

   Peer to Peer: What’s been the most successful marketing technique you’ve used in your practice?

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March issue (click to download complete details pdf)

  Providing feedback in the office setting

  Managing your patients’ eye-related skincare questions

  AppVisit allows for virtual appointments

  Understanding the risk/reward sides of investing

  Top-level domain names

  Adding oculoplastics to a practice

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September 2016 Issue (click to download complete details PDF)

COVER FEATURE: Controversies in ophthalmology

Courting controversy

Intracameral antibiotics, yes or no? Simultaneous or different day bilateral cataract surgery? Femtosecond lenticule extraction or LASIK? Incisions or toric IOLs for astigmatic correction?

   Examining U.S. doubts on intracameral antibiotic use

   CLINICAL ALERT: Intracameral antibiotics and HORV 

   Immediately sequential bilateral cataract surgery: Should it be done?

   SMILE compared to LASIK and other procedures

   Limbal relaxing incisions versus toric IOLs for astigmatism correction

   Controversies in ophthalmoogy

SECONDARY FEATURE: Highlights of the 29th APACRS Annual Meeting

   Full EyeWorld coverage of the Combined Symposium of Cataract and Refractive Societies and the 2016 APACRS LIM Lecture

CATARACT/IOL

   Taking a new approach to IOL power calculations

   Managing astigmatism at the intraoperative stage

   There’s residual astigmatism postop—now what?

   Gender inequality in some pediatric cataract surgery cases

REFRACTIVE SURGERY

   Loteprednol following LASIK and PRK

   Femtosecond laser flap creation in prior RK patients

   Clinical trial of new accommodating IOL reveals promising results

CORNEA

   Study: Oral antibiotics to treat meibomian gland-related ocular surface disease lacking in data

   Positive outlook for new technique to make LSCD treatment safer, cheaper, and more widespread

   Harnessing mighty mitomycin-C

PHARMACEUTICALS

   Eye on endophthalmitis prevention

PLUS: Reports from the 29th APACRS Annual Meeting in Bali, Indonesia

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