AOA leaders resolute on advocacy priorities in 2024

January 24, 2024
Officers of the AOA Board of Trustees say they will continue to fight for reimbursement and coverage fairness, laser procedure authority in the Department of Veterans Affairs, practice success resources, full recognition of optometry and more.
Road into 2024

Below hear the AOA’s leadership share New Year’s resolutions for optometry and simultaneously showed its moxie for advancing the profession through advocacy. Hear the officers of the AOA Board of Trustees discuss their hopes for a New Year of advocacy for optometry. Read more about AOA’s  priorities.

AOA Board of Trustees officers share New Year's resolutions for optometry from American Optometric Association on Vimeo.

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