Category: American Optometric Asso

Protection check-in

Protecting patients’ eyes from harm is a doctor’s No. 1 priority. But have you taken steps to protect your career as well? Whether you are a seasoned doctor of optometry or just beginning your professional career, having the right professional liability insurance is essential. Original Source

AOA rallies optometry and allies to fight FTC contact lens rule

The AOA and state affiliates brought the issue to the highest level of government in a letter to President Trump, urging the administration to take action, “to stop the FTC from enacting this dangerous rule change and harming thousands of essential small business health care practices.” Original Source

Changing of the guard

In a Q&A with AOA Focus, current AOA President Barbara L. Horn, O.D., and incoming President William T. Reynolds, O.D., discuss triumphs and challenges and the way ahead for optometry in these extraordinary times. Original Source

Mask policy considerations for your practice

A patient arrives at your practice for their appointment and is not wearing a face covering. The dilemma has been the subject of discussion among doctors of optometry. Original Source

Techniques to enhance contrast

There may be relatively simple changes that can be made to improve vision function, which will allow patients to comfortably perform desired activities. Original Source