Are you looking for new and innovative ways to manage your challenging cases? We’ve got you covered at the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, to be held May 6–10 in New Orleans. Get all the latest information from 19 courses and 6 symposium sessions (37.5 CME hours!) dedicated to the subject, including the Cataract Clinical Committee’s “Complicated and Challenging Cases in Cataract Surgery Video Symposium,” Monday, May 9, at 8 a.m. in Great Hall B&C.
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In order to make progress, sometimes it’s necessary to get back to the basics. This is the premise behind ASOA’s four-part webinar series designed for both new and experienced ophthalmic practice management staff. Topics covered include human resources, financial benchmarking and reporting, customer service and coding.
Successful YES Advanced Cataract Program Meeting Offers Preview of YES Programming at Annual Meeting in May
The verdict is in. Last weekend’s YES Advanced Cataract Training (ACT) in New York was a huge success. Attendees and an exceptional faculty came together for an intensive weekend training program that included didactic/video case presentations, a hands-on wet lab session and roundtable discussion breakout sessions—all designed for residents, fellows and surgeons in their first five years of practice.
New Orleans is unlike any other city in the United States. Its unique fusion of French, Spanish, Creole and Cajun heritage permeates its architecture, music, food and traditions. The rich and varied culture of the Crescent City will serve as the backdrop for the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, and we couldn’t be more excited. The sights, sounds and delectable scents of this vibrant locale will almost certainly work their magic on attendees and their guests.
Four regional, international teams. Four events, each featuring the presentation of a four-minute video. Can you spot a recurring theme? In honor of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, a fun new symposium on managing complicated cataract cases—the ASCRS Cataract Surgery Olympics—has been added to the educational lineup at this year’s ASCRS•ASOA Annual Meeting, to be held May 6–10 in New Orleans.
Your time is valuable, so why spend it at the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress? Aside from it being the most focused, cutting-edge meeting for the anterior segment surgeon, there are too many reasons to list. We’ll let incoming ASCRS president, Kerry D. Solomon, MD, tell you why he makes it a priority every year.
Important Announcements on 2015 EHR Meaningful Use Attestation and 2016 Value Based Payment Modifier Results
Reminder: 2015 EHR Meaningful Use Attestation Deadline March 11, 2016
ASCRS is pleased to announce that it will induct Alan B. Scott, MD, and the lateW. Morton Grant, MD, into the ASCRS Ophthalmology Hall of Fame Saturday, May 7. The ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. in Great Hall A&D of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, during the Opening General Session of the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, May 6–10.
In keeping with its mission to advance the skills and professionalism of ophthalmic practice management, ASOA is offering six hands-on training and leadership conditioning workshops Friday, May 6, at the annual ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress in New Orleans.
Improve your practice and support your staff with ASOA Workshops, which offer a variety of topics to enhance the business side of your practice. ASOA Workshops for 2016 include the following.
ASCRS values and supports Young Eye Surgeons (YES)—residents, fellows and surgeons in their first five years of practice—as the future of our profession. And for YES attendees of the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, held May 6–10 in New Orleans, this year promises to be better than ever—with an abundance ofprogramming developed with the young surgeon in mind.