R.V. Paul Chan, MD


Partners collaborate on integration of AI-supported ROP telemedicine globally

Siloam Vision and Orbis team up to develop infrastructure to save the vision of premature infants.

Mark Milner
Mark S. Milner, MD


The benefits of cryopreserved amniotic membrane during COVID-19

CAM’s regenerative healing means long-term relief and fewer visits to clinic.

Anat Loewenstein, MD


Listening to the heart: Lessons from cardiology in remote monitoring and AI

Physicians explore how other specialties adopted and integrated remote monitoring into plans.

Larry Hanover


The untapped potential of cell and gene therapy as treatment option

Investigators continue to break new ground, giving hope to patients, physicians.

Caesar K. Luo, MD, FACS, FASRS


Durable therapies for diabetic macular edema amid COVID-19 pandemic

Patients’ reluctance to visit a clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing retina specialists to optimize therapy.

Hattie Hayes


UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital receive £5 million investment toward Oriel

Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust's investment will support a state-of-the-art, eye health research facility, opening in 2027

Jorge L. Alió, MD, PhD, FEBO


Cosmetic surgery of the cornea: A new type of surgery

Keratopigmentation technique offers therapeutic and cosmetic applications.

Refractive Surgery Council


Laser vision correction procedures soar in wake of COVID-19

According to the Refractive Surgery Council, patients continue to have a high level of interest in laser vision correction procedures.

Mackenzie Andrews


Blog: A call to stop discarding eye medications after a single use or before expiration date

In a blog, Mackenzie Andrews, the CCO and a co-founder of Nanodropper, discusses the need to update policies on single-use and early disposal of eyedrops.

Audrey Talley Rostov, MD


Keratoconus management: Lessons learned from an unusual time

Timely access to effective diagnosis and cross-linking is key to positive outcomes

C. Randall Harrell, MD


Bringing biologics to eye health

Ophthalmologists, optometrists gain nonpharmacological treatment options for some of the eye’s most complex issues, providing better outcomes.

Gangolf Sauder, MD
Gangolf Sauder, MD


Throwing everything away ... except the patient and the surgeon

Single-use cataract surgery comes with several safety and quality attributes.

Shu-I Yeh, MD, PhD


Novel approaches to treating severe ocular surface and corneal damage

Severe ocular surface and corneal damage an unseen public health burden.

Curt Greeley, OD


Taking care of your patients’ eyes in a digital world

It is important for patients to understand what digital eye strain is and its causes.

Maximilian K. Köppe, MD


Artificial DMEK could help tackle endothelial donor tissue shortage

New acrylic implant provides option for patients with endothelial dysfunction.

Vikram Paranjpe MD, MPH


BLOG: The PTVT Trial and Clinical Applications

Joseph F. Panarelli MD, Steven J. Gedde, MD, and Vikram Paranjpe MD, MPH discuss the Primary Tube Versus Trabeculectomy (PTVT) study.

Lisa M. Nijm, MD, JD​


Rethinking dry eye disease with acute steroid treatment

According to Lisa Nijm, MD, JD, patients can benefit from short-term, on-label treatment with a novel loteprednol formulation

Elizabeth Fortin, MD


VLOG: Neuro-Ophthalmology interprofessional eConsults

Andrew Lee, MD, Andrew Carey, MD, and Elizabeth Fortin, MD, sit down on this episode of the NeuroOp Guru to discuss neuro-ophthalmology, interprofessional eConsults, and whether they provide timely and valuable guidance

Darren Gregory, MD


Special Report: Stevens-Johnson syndrome

Severe ocular involvement demands inflammation control

Zaiba Malik, MD


BLOG: Networking goes beyond a simple handshake

Effective networking involves developing relationships with other people, sharing relevant information and resources, and providing mutual support and encouragement on the path to reaching your goals.

Jason R. Chin, OD, FAAO


Increasing your practice’s reach, relevance, and revenue with clinical trials

Working as an investigator can prove to be a positive experience for physicians

Carol Nelson, MD


Treating traumatic brain injury neuro-optometrically

Physicians note the impact of prism lenses can be life-changing for patients.

Sophie J. Bakri, MD


Unmet Needs and the Future of Wet AMD Care

Expert panelists provide an overview of current unmet needs in wet AMD care and discuss the potential for improving clinical outcomes and treatment burden.

Imane Tarib, MD


Tackling negotiations for contracts

On the 'Negotiations' episode of RWO: The Podcast, Dr. Lisa Nijm joins Drs. Nicole Bajic and Grayson Armstrong to discuss personal experiences with contract negotiation.

Patti Barkey, COE, OCS


Pass-through provides vehicle to drive innovation

As more novel ophthalmic drugs and devices become available under the CMS “pass-through”designation, practices should be proactive in embracing these products.

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