Once you have decided that you want to embark upon the journey of Myopia Management, the trip has just begun.  Convincing parents that myopia is much more than a blurry subject can be challenging.  Implementing a cash pay service into high insurance practices can seem impossible.  Getting the word out about the disease of myopia into your community can seem daunting.  This course helps to answer some of the challenging questions about myopia management implementation.  Regardless of where you are at in your journey, attendees will benefit from this conversation as we encounter the challenges and find solutions to more easily getting myopia management as a mainstay within our practices.

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