Changes on the horizon for evaluation and management services

There has been a lot of information disseminated by various individuals and organizations regarding upcoming changes to coding and reimbursement for E/M services. Given the importance of E/M services in patient care, it’s critical that all doctors of optometry are aware of these changes.Read more >

December 25, 2019

5 reasons why all doctors should use AOA’s diabetes guideline

Millions of people worldwide have diabetes and the number is growing.Read more >

December 23, 2019

Make your practice shine in 2020 through paraoptometric certification

Doctors of optometry may enroll their paraoptometric staff as associate members at no additional membership dues for the AOA-member doctor. Once enrolled as associate members, doctors' staff members automatically have access to the Paraoptometric Resource Center's career development resources.Read more >

December 20, 2019

AOA, affiliates work in lockstep on optometry’s priorities

Presenting at a Republican Attorneys General event, the AOA’s state government volunteers presented on patient protection enforcement and the FTC’s proposed Contact Lens Rule.Read more >

December 19, 2019

Troubling trend: ‘Growing epidemic’ of adolescents and young adults with prediabetes

People with prediabetes are at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes and other co-morbidities, such as kidney and cardiovascular diseases.Read more >

December 19, 2019

Improving scanning efficiency of individuals with homonymous hemianopia

Scanning training can help individuals with homonymous hemianopia to expand their search field as well as reduce search time.Read more >

December 17, 2019