Data analysis helps to improve eye health and vision outcomes for the patients you serve.
The inaugural edition of the AOA MORE data review is intended to provide AOA MORE doctor participants and the profession an overview of the data collected from inception to date through AOA MORE. This data offers our profession the ability to track eye health and vision outcomes over time. Data from AOA MORE will provide information on patient care and outcomes to allow optometry to advocate to insurance regulators, state legislatures, and to the public about the services and value of our profession.
Email QualityImprovement@aoa.org and put "MIPS Support" in the subject line. Be sure to include your name.
The AOA is hosting a profession-wide videoconference, Thursday, July 29, to discuss rapidly developing legislation to expand Medicare benefits and is seeking members’ input to inform advocacy.
With the competitions officially underway July 23, the AOA is capitalizing on its partnership with surfer Caroline Marks and USA Surfing to raise awareness about the essentialness of regular, comprehensive eye care and vision health. Doctors of optometry can get involved with the See and Be Seen campaign.
Regulators have taken a “hands-off” approach to this key ACA provision for a decade, but now members of Congress encourage full implementation of the law as originally intended.