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Rose Schneider Krivich
Rose is the content specialist for Medical Economics.
Should aging doctors be tested for competency?
Should aging doctors be tested for competency?
There has been growing concern within the medical industry that senior physicians can negatively impact patient care.
7 common lies you’ve been told about optical shops
Experts break down the most prevalent falsities ophthalmologists believe about dispensaries, and why believing them are seriously hurting practice revenue.
Ophthalmology Times RWAP 2015
Guidelines for Case Study Submissions
Top 4 reasons you need to read your online reviews
It can be a daunting thought, but due to the ever-growing reliance of the web, do you really know what your patients think of your practice?
Adding an optical shop as fixture of success
A whole-hearted commitment to building and designing a dispensary from the ground up is vital for its success, explain those who have first-hand experience.
Top-paying states for ophthalmic techs
Does your state make the list?
Even more med school regrets
In our continued series, Uday Devgan, MD, FACS, shares what he wishes he knew in med school.
Tips to combat firework eye injury horrors
Tips to combat firework eye injury horrors
While many people across the United States are hosting barbeques, attending parades and firework displays, and picnicking with their families today, ophthalmologists may find themselves celebrating Independence Day a little differently—handling emergencies due to firework-related eye injuries.
Glaucoma procedures decreasing among Medicare beneficiaries
Glaucoma procedures decreasing among Medicare beneficiaries
Despite an increase in Medicare beneficiaries since 1994, the number of glaucoma-related surgeries has decreased, according to a recent study published in Ophthalmology.
Remembering ophthalmic pioneer Dr. Robert Sinskey
Gifted surgeon, innovator, teacher, humanitarian, and life changer. These are the words used to described Robert Sinskey, MD, by some of his closest ophthalmic colleagues.