Health Law & Policy

Prevent Blindness plans Eyes on Capitol Hill program on March 1-2

The organization uses its Eyes on Capitol Hill program to educate lawmakers and their staff on a variety of vision health issues, including vision health inequities, the need for improved vision surveillance, the impact of community eye health programs, and disparities in access to affordable eyecare services.

Advocating to MACs on behalf of your patients

In light of newly published fee schedules that include low payment rates for LipiFlow, Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS, ABES, advises on how eyecare professionals should advocate for their patients and practices.

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology: Part 9

Michael Rivers, MD, director of ophthalmology, Modernizing Medicine, shares what lingers on his mind in the field of ophthalmology at the end of the day.

AMA unveils newly adopted trainee, resident policies

July 01, 2021

The American Medical Association recently announced policies adopted by physician and medical student leaders from all corners of medicine on the final day of the Special Meeting of the AMA House of Delegates.