When co-management is performed effectively, it can help the patient, the optometrist, and the surgeon. But how do you develop an OD network? And if you already have one, how can you strengthen it?
Healthcare compliance is an important – yet often confusing – part of the medical field. We make it easy.
Lower-volume refractive surgeons frequently turn to open access facilities, or places where doctors throughout the region can perform surgery in a shared space with shared equipment. Are they making a mistake?
Whether you like it or not, social media is now an essential part of healthcare. By maintaining a presence on social media, healthcare workers can interact with patients and prospective patients alike, building their reputation and fostering trust. But which platform should you use?
In a couple of short weeks, MillennialEYE will be hosting their yearly ophthalmology conference in Austin, Texas. If you’re traveling to Austin for ME Live 2018, you might as well take advantage of some excellent, inventive restaurants while you’re there!
When we consider bounce rate, most people think of email; however, website bounce rate is a highly overlooked web metric that can make or break your conversions online.
It’s been nearly twenty years since the femtosecond laser for LASIK was introduced, and it shows no signs of disappearing. If you’re still postponing the switch, why?
Market Scope projected that laser cataract surgery will account for 1.1 million global cataract surgeries by 2022. Who will be performing these surgeries?
These days, there’s an app for everything – and ophthalmology is no exception. Below, we’ve outlined four excellent smartphone apps for ophthalmologists.