Harmonizing documentation from your electronic health record (EHR) system can improve both intra-office communication and the documentation and reporting of quality metrics, according to Edward L.
The role of electronic health record (EHR) systems in improving the quality and safety of care may be undervalued in practices that have not customized the gen
Two new glaucoma drugs approved in late 2017 are not on the 2018 Medicare Part D formulary, creating quandaries for physicians who would like to prescribe them and for patients who may have to pay out of pocket.
Reviewed by Jessica Peterson, MD, MPH
Reviewed by Reginald J. Sanders, MD, and Richard Garfinkel, MD
The rate of postoperative cystoid macular edema was lower in a recent study of nearly 1,000 cataract surgery patients at two sites using intravitreal transzonular antibiotic and steroid prophylaxis than in previous studies with topical administration.
To clarify whether total intracranial CSF volume increases in IIH, researchers prospectively studied MRI-derived measures of total cranial, ventricular, and extraventricular CSF volumes in patients with IIH and controls. Results showed that the extraventricular CSF space was significantly greater in the patient group versus the controls. The ventricular volume was the same between the two groups.
Certain eye movement patterns seem to be associated with better face recognition performance in patients with central glaucomatous visual field loss.
The 256+ channel Boston subretinal prosthesis is on track for in vivo validation of function and an FDA investigational device exemption application.
Many ophthalmologists may be dropping the ball when treating moderate dry eye, which could result in progression to more severe stages of disease.