MJH Broadcast Channel

Financial planning during a pandemic: Part I

September 24, 2020

John J. Grande, CFP, and John S. Grande, CFP, of Grande Financial Services, speak on how ophthalmologists should be working on or revisiting their financial plans six months into the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and ahead of a possible second wave, as well as the potential financial repercussions the economy may face.

Capabilities of telemedicine during a pandemic: Part II

September 12, 2020

Ranya Habash, MD, medical director, Technology Innovation, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, speaks on what she wished she’d known about telemedicine in ophthalmology five years ago, the impact of the pandemic in regards to FDA regulations, as well as why the future of telemedicine requires a new way of thinking.

Capabilities of telemedicine for ophthalmologists during a pandemic: Part I

September 09, 2020

Ranya Habash, MD, medical director, Technology Innovation, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, speaks on the obvious and not-so-obvious capabilities of telemedicine available to ophthalmologists in the ongoing pandemic.

Identifying the value of physician assistants in ophthalmology

September 03, 2020

Divya Srikumaran, MD, assistant professor of Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University), dicusses the results of a study published in the American Journalism of Ophthalmology regarding the growth and shift of the physician assistant profession into specialty care as well as the more valuable role PAs are taking in providing healthcare.

Expanding role of physician assistants in the ophthalmic field

September 01, 2020

Tim McCall, PhD, associate director, Surveys & Analysis, American Academy of PAs, discusses a study published in the American Journal of Ophthalmology exploring the expanding role of assistant physicians into specialty care and ophthalmology practice.

Transitioning back to ophthalmic care during a pandemic

August 26, 2020

Megan Berkenstock, MD, assistant professor of ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University) speaks on the change in patient diagnoses and visit numbers by subspecialties in the weeks before and after the discovery of COVID-19 as well as the protocol needed to allow for the program's ambulatory surgery centers.

Implementing, adapting to protocol changes for clinical practice

August 24, 2020

Michael X. Repka, MD, vice chair of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University) speaks on the institution's latest protocol changes allowing for the resumption of elective surgery as well as the adaptations clinicians have had to make in order to ensure the continuation of clinical practice at Wilmer Eye Institute.