Joshua Mali, MD, is a vitreoretinal surgeon at The Eye Associates, a private multispecialty ophthalmology practice in Sarasota, Florida.
The offerings and limitations of digital health care in ophthalmologyApril 21st 2022
Over the past 2 years, retina specialists and their patients have learned how AI may be a tool physicians can use to monitor patients for disease progression, how telemedicine might mean more than a mere video chat between patient and clinician, and how the tools of the 21st century were closer to real-world practice than anticipated.
Here’s how your patients can easily monitor AMD at homeMay 3rd 2018
In the first part of his Clinical Innovation series, Josh Mali, MD, shares how this novel home-use device is the new standard of care for AMD monitoring. Future blogs in the series will discuss the increased efficacy of patient monitoring and present case examples.
Quarterly Questions is the new gold standard for board certificationJanuary 9th 2018
Dr. Mali discusses how the Quarterly Questions program assesses fundamental (“walking around”) knowledge needed in the everyday practice of ophthalmology (40 questions annually), as well as the application of information from five journal articles (10 questions annually).
New paradigm shift in selecting a steroid course prior to FAc implantApril 8th 2017
As retinal specialists, we are truly fortunate to live in a time where we have several treatment options for patients with diabetic macular edema (DME). A fluocinolone acetonide (FAc) intravitreal implant 0.19 mg (Iluvien, Alimera Sciences) is indicated for the treatment of DME in patients who have been previously treated with a course of corticosteroids and did not have a clinically significant rise in IOP.
What ophthalmologists are thankful forNovember 24th 2016
As we sit down together with our families and friends for Thanksgiving dinner this year, we thought reflecting on the great innovations in the field of ophthalmology since the turn of this new century seemed timely (a topic that is a natural by-product of the marriage between a retinal surgeon and a pediatric ophthalmologist!).
5 ways residents can sustain long-distance relationshipsJune 21st 2016
In the medical field, it is very common to see long distance relationships amongst healthcare professionals including medical students, residents, and fellows who are often in different training programs across the country.