- LV-Beyond the Magnifying Glass: How New Technologies Are Helping People with Visual Impairment?
- LV-Bringing Low Vision To Your Practice
- LV-Do you practice Eyechiatry?: The psychology of vision loss
- LV-Incorporating Vision Rehabilitation into a Primary Care Optometric Practice: Practical Suggestions to Make It Feasible
- LV-Low Vision Coding and Billing 2023 - Lessons Learned
- LV-Low Vision Rehabilitation Resources for the Pediatric Population
- LV-Serving Those with Vision Impairment and Coding/Reimbursement for These Encounters: The Vision Rehabilitation Forum
LV-Why Adding Low Vision Makes Professional and Financial Sense: Debunking the 4 Myths of Low Vision
There is a tremendous unmet need for low vision care with few eye care professionals providing this service. This course will deliver motivating reasons for doctors to add this important service for their patients. Debunking the 4 great myths of low vision and explaining the most successful model for providing low vision care will motivate doctors to consider adding low vision care for their patients. It is estimated that there are approximately 8,000,000 people in The United States that are visually impaired. With less than 500 low vision providers and clinics, the unmet need for low vision care is obvious. This course will result in adding additional providers to resolve this unmet need.
Richard Shuldiner, O.D.
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