Earlier this week, ASCRS released the sixth annual ASCRS Clinical Survey. This year, more than 1000 members answered 150 questions about the latest trends in ophthalmic surgery. What were some of the main takeaways?
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Patients aren’t always satisfied with the end results of cataract surgery, even if they receive the best visual outcome possible. As it turns out, best corrected visual acuity is just one factor in leaving patients satisfied with your service – and not necessarily the most important one to boot.
Many prospective customers and patients research online before committing to large purchases, and LASIK is no expectation. What are prospective LASIK patients searching for?
Your website is your practice’s digital portal to the world. But how do you know if it’s working?
No matter what you do, people on the internet are going to talk about your practice. They might say positive things; they might say negative things. What happens when those negative things show up on a review website?
When you work at a facility, there are quite a few frustrating tasks you need to take care of before the case day can begin. Do you have the right equipment for your surgeons? What about the right surgical instruments? What if the equipment fails to start, or an instrument breaks unexpectedly? Sightpath can help.
Doctors who work with Sightpath Medical not only receive access to the latest technology – they also receive access to Sightpath’s Clinical Advisory Group. What is it?
After performing hundreds of thousands laser cataract procedures across over 260 locations, we are well-versed in the best – and worst – ways to implement this exciting, new technology. Here are some of the things we’ve learned about bringing laser cataract surgery to your facility.
We spoke to Bill Baker, Mobile Operations Manager, and Phil Kraling, Senior Director of Operations, East Region, to determine the top five problems plaguing cataract surgeons in 2018. Did your issues make the cut?
Patients who choose to undergo LACS often expect a premium experience. How do you give it to them? In other words, what’s the best way to show your laser cataract patients that you appreciate them?