Global period data collection and possible future changes

CMS may consider revaluing the 10-day global procedures in the near future.Read more >

November 6, 2018

AOA, affiliates assemble advocates to address evolving payer issues

AOA’s biennial Health Care Payer Advocacy Conference, Oct. 26-28, convened optometry’s advocates to address the profession’s most pressing challenges with insurers and plans, now and into the future.Read more >

November 1, 2018

Are you making the most of AOA’s diabetes tools and resources?

November is American Diabetes Month. Here are several tools and resources that AOA members can take advantage of in their care of patients with diabetes.Read more >

November 1, 2018

Amblyopia: More than meets the eye

Unchecked, the eye condition can undermine child development into adulthood.Read more >

October 31, 2018

New mild TBI guideline for children provides opportunity for doctors of optometry

Patients with traumatic brain injuries typically experience visual symptoms including light sensitivity and eyestrain.Read more >

October 29, 2018

Fear not: 4 ways to counter kids’ exam anxiety

Young children just aren’t fans of doctors’ visits. It’s a fact of life that doctors of optometry must navigate during pediatric eye exams, but there are strategies to help parents and providers.Read more >

October 24, 2018