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Do no harm? When Dr. Google’s ‘opinion’ clouds care

So, your patient decided to search the internet for clinical advice? A new Ethics Forum case study looks at how to discuss “Dr. Google” referrals with patients. Read more >

January 24, 2020

Profession’s leaders primed for states’ opportunities, challenges in 2020

Presidents’ Council 2020 convened affiliate leaders and staff for professional development and an open forum with the AOA on opportunities, issues affecting the profession.Read more >

January 22, 2020

3 can’t-miss CE opportunities at Optometry’s Meeting® 2020

Open the 2020 CE catalog today to see all five days of industry-best CE that Optometry’s Meeting® has to offer in National Harbor, Maryland/Washington, D.C., June 24-28.Read more >

January 21, 2020

A healthy eyes recipe

Research shows that adding certain nutrients to patients’ daily diets can help preserve their vision. But not all nutrients are created equal. What is considered the pièce de résistance of eye-friendly nutrients? Counsel patients on what to eat to reduce the risk of vision loss risk and prevent chronic conditions.Read more >

January 20, 2020

AOAExcel® GPO to add additional optical products to help AOA members compete

GPO members already enjoy significant savings on everyday business and practice needs, but soon those discounts will include additional optical products, such as contact lenses, frames and lens materials.Read more >

January 15, 2020

State of play: Glaucoma

How can optometry do more to help glaucoma patients? Glaucoma expert shares new developments you should be aware of.Read more >

January 15, 2020

AOA uncovering, fighting back against plans’ abuses

Insurers’ business practices are limiting doctors’ ability to provide care, and the AOA is taking action to hold them accountable.Read more >

January 15, 2020