Data breaches cost insurers big but providers more frequently

No surprise here: Insurers’ data breaches claim far more patient records but plague individual providers more often. Are you prepared for a threat against your PHI?Read more >

October 15, 2018

The computer will see you now: AI technology produces mixed results

Nascent AI technology correctly identified diabetic retinopathy, but also flagged numerous false positives in clinical setting, study says.Read more >

October 11, 2018

Help patients see the light when driving at night

Nov. 4, 2018, marks the official end of Daylight Saving Time. Shorter daylight hours can exacerbate existing eye conditions and expose undiagnosed vision problems. Read more >

October 10, 2018

Covering the bases: How to start a sports-vision practice

Interested in starting a sports-vision practice? Here's your pitch.Read more >

October 8, 2018

Longtime AOA volunteer, profession luminary dies

Frank Fontana, O.D., passed away, leaving behind a lifetime legacy as a profession leader and advocate.Read more >

October 8, 2018

Nova, National Vision end agreement; AOA appealed for academic ‘autonomy’

AOA supports a high bar on optometric education that includes the preservation of independent, quality academic institutions and educational standardsRead more >

October 4, 2018

California's congressional delegation joins bi-partisan call to stop FTC proposal

AOA and state associations, working jointly to convince the FTC to withdraw its costly contact lens signed acknowledgment proposal, have received another boost on Capitol Hill.Read more >

October 4, 2018