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Rose Schneider Krivich
Rose is the content specialist for Medical Economics.
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.
You can now track your fitness with your glasses
You can now track your fitness with your glasses
A novel eyewear prototype wants to be the solution for those seeking wearable technology to track fitness and activities, but hate the bulky equipment that is required to be worn on wrists or clothing.
Top EHR complaints and how to solve them
It has been established that implementing electronic health records (EHR) has not been well received by physicians. Complaints of EHR costs and complications are among a laundry list of concerns physicians have voiced since the system’s mandated adoption. Ophthalmology Times asked three EHR experts to list the most common complaints they have heard physicians experience while addressing the implementation, and their advice on solving these issues.
Smartphone app rivals charts when testing eyesight
Smartphone app rivals charts when testing eyesight
A smartphone lens adapter and app that allows users to conduct extensive eye exams on patients is as accurate as traditional charts, according to a recent study.
Top med school regrets
Mark Packer, MD, explains what he wish he knew in med school.