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Christopher Wolfe, OD, FAAO, Dipl. ABO

Dr. Christopher Wolfe is a graduate of Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry. While in school, he served as president of the American Optometric Student Association, where he represented over 6,000 members. He is currently the Chair of the American Optometric Association’s State Government Relations Committee and the Legislative Chair for the Nebraska Optometric Association. In 2013 and 2015 he was awarded Young Optometrist of the Year for the Nebraska Optometric Association. In 2016 he was awarded the Optometrist of the Year for the Nebraska Optometric Association and the Young Optometrist of the Year for the American Optometric Association. In 2014 he was awarded Political Keyperson of the Year for the Nebraska Optometric Association and Alumni of the Year from Skutt Catholic High School.

Dr. Wolfe has a passion for education. He is a co-founder of KMK Board Certification Review Services, a company specializing in preparing Doctors of Optometry to take the American Board of Optometry examination. He is the founder of EyeCode Education, a company specializing in clinical and billing education. Dr. Wolfe is a fellow in the American Academy of Optometry and a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry. He also has special interests in therapeutic scleral contact lenses to correct visual distortions in patients with corneal diseases. Dr. Wolfe is an avid runner and most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife Jaime, daughters Ryan, Paityn, Camryn, Logan, Maisyn and sons Lincoln, Deacon, and Benton.

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Resources
4 Common Billing and Coding Mistakes New ODs Should Avoid
Eyecare May 14th, 2021
4 Common Billing and Coding Mistakes New ODs Should Avoid

Coding and billing mistakes are all-too-common, and can be costly and frustrating. The key to avoiding the top four most common errors? Documentation!

How to Code and Bill for a Corneal Abrasion ICD 10
Eyecare April 30th, 2021
How to Code and Bill for a Corneal Abrasion ICD 10

When faced with a corneal abrasion, your first and most important task is treating your patient. Later, coding can be a complex task due to the multiple ICD-10 codes available to describe corneal abrasions. Here's what you need to know!

40 Different Dry Eye ICD 10 Codes - How and When to Use Them
Eyecare April 21st, 2021
40 Different Dry Eye ICD 10 Codes - How and When to Use Them

When coding for a patient with ocular surface disease, many ODs find themselves using the same ICD-10 codes over and over again, even when more accurate dry eye ICD-10 codes exist. Here, we'll cover clinically relevant codes for dry eye, and why you should consider additional specificity in your clinical notes!

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