Despite the extensive use of metformin as a blood sugar control strategy for diabetic patients, there's still quite a lot we don't know about this drug. Recent studies have shown some surprising results—here's what you should know.
2021 will bring changes in medical exam coding. Here, we're covering the changes in documentation requirements for optometry billing and coding.
If you're treating urgent and emergent cases, now's the time to brush up on new studies related to AMD development and treatment.
Keratoconus presents with many associated issues—here's what you can do as an optometrist to help your patients.
Do you actually need that shiny new piece of equipment? It's important to consider a few things before making major purchases for your practice. Read on to find out what you should look for in a new instrument!
The International Myopia Institute white papers serve to expand our knowledge of the growing issue. Part 1 of our series provides an overview of the papers.
There's more to dilation than meets the eye, and the routine has a fascinating history. Should ODs still be dilating every patient?
Part 3 of Steven Turpin's ortho-k series concludes with some orthokeratology tips for lens fitting, patient communication, and other paths to success!
Extreme ownership involves leading. In your practice you need to lead and educate patients and employees. Here are some tips to make that happen.
While the optometry cover letter is not as important as the resume or the CV, writing an excellent cover letter can help your application stand out from the crowd.