The future is female

From optometry school lecture halls to private optometric practices across the country to the AOA Board of Trustees, women are better represented in optometry than ever before.Read more >

March 15, 2019

20 most-read stories of 2018

Re-live optometry’s biggest moments of the year. Read more >

January 25, 2019

AOA’s advocacy at ‘top of their game’

Once again, AOA is recognized among the nation’s most effective, elite advocacy organizations in the nation’s capital with an honor that reflects the association’s hard-working Board, volunteers, members and staff.Read more >

January 25, 2019

The outlook for contact lenses

According to an AOA survey, over 93 percent of responding doctors of optometry fit contact lenses in 2017.Read more >

January 25, 2019

Diabetes in young patients

Study calls the uptick of diabetes in youth ‘a substantial clinical and public health burden.’Read more >

January 25, 2019

InfantSEE® program heartens students, elevates pediatric care

InfantSEE® establishes a lifetime of healthy eye and vision care, while the InfantSEE Student Program establishes a lifetime of enthusiasm for delivering that care.Read more >

January 25, 2019

AOA MORE and MIPS: What you need to know

Oct. 1 kicked off the final 90-day reporting period for 2018 MIPS. AOA MORE can help participating doctors of optometry avoid a payment penalty. Here’s how, including the latest on your EHR integration status.Read more >

January 25, 2019

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