How good doctors compete with bad companies

Well intentioned as some may be, some new technologies threaten to create barriers and delay timely patient care and disrupt the doctor-patient relationship. Learn how to improve your practice to compete in the future.Read more >

May 21, 2019

Ounce of prevention when facing gallons of trouble

“Average” hurricane season predictions shouldn’t be overlooked—up to four major hurricanes could threaten the U.S. this year. Here’s how coastal doctors of optometry can prepare now.Read more >

May 20, 2019

1-800 Contacts changes online vision test marketing following AOA complaint

Consumers must first acknowledge 1-800 Contacts’ online vision test is not a comprehensive eye exam before using the technology, a change that comes after the AOA voiced health and safety concerns to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).Read more >

May 16, 2019

West Virginia doctor of optometry named Sullins Award winner

Martin Carpenter, O.D., of West Virginia, to be recognized with the 2019 Dr. W. David Sullins Jr. InfantSEE® Award. Read more about what energizes Dr. Carpenter to provide pediatric vision care.Read more >

May 16, 2019

Longtime AOA leader leaves legacy

It is with great sadness that the AOA notes the passing of Beth Kneib, O.D., 62, on May 8, 2019. A longtime AOA leader and volunteer, Dr. Kneib is remembered for an enduring passion toward her work, family and her colleagues.Read more >

May 13, 2019

3 reasons Optometry’s Meeting® is the place to be

Optometry’s Meeting is your chance to make a positive impact on your career and the profession. Here’s what you can expect from the profession’s premier meeting in St. Louis.Read more >

May 13, 2019

Contact Lens Rule revisions aren’t enough, AOA says

The AOA will continue to fight for doctors and patients; member doctors asked to ensure optometry is heard loud and clear.Read more >

May 9, 2019