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2018 ASCRS Ophthalmology Hall of Fame – Nominate a Candidate Today

Nominations are being accepted for the 2018 ASCRS Ophthalmology Hall of Fame. Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to ophthalmology? Nominate them before the Sept. 21 deadline.

Eligible candidates are those with 25 or more years of scholarly achievement and at least one solid, defining contribution to ophthalmology in clinical practice, research, education, invention, or humanitarian work.

EyeConnect Monthly Platinum Member Spotlight: Matthew Runde, MD

Through EyeConnect and its app, EyeConnect 365, ASCRS members can engage with colleagues daily, whether initiating discussions on a range of topics, sharing experiences or collaborating on ideas, all from the comforts of their homes or offices. Each month, ASCRS recognizes an EyeConnect Platinum Member based on his/her extensive contributions to the community.

Is Your Productivity Above or Below Average? Sign up for ASOAnalytics to Find Out

Did You Know?

  • The median new patient percentage for all ophthalmologists in ASOAnalytics™; is 14%
  • The average number of office visits for all full-time ophthalmologists in ASOAnalytics™ is 4,928 visits per year

These are just two of the many data points that over 300 of your peers and their administrators have access to through ASOAnalytics™.

ASOAnalytics™ is a ame-changing tool designed to give practices access to ophthalmology specific benchmarks and reports on a variety of key practice performance indicators to help:

Deadline Approaching: Submit 2016 Meaningful Use Hardship Exemption by July 1 to Avoid 2018 Payment Adjustment

Eligible professionals (EPs) can avoid the EHR Meaningful Use payment adjustment that begins on January 1, 2018, by submitting a hardship exemption application by July 1, 2017. To file for a hardship exemption, CMS requires that you show proof of a circumstance beyond your control and explicitly outline how the circumstance significantly impaired your ability to meet Meaningful Use.

Eligible professionals can apply for hardship exceptions in the following categories:


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