Apr 23, 2022
Synopsis & Educational Value: Course will provide a practical approach to the patient with monocular or binocular double vision. Video examples will illustrate many abnormal patterns of eye movements.
Synopsis & Educational Value: Course will delve into the process of determining the source of patient’s visual loss when no apparent cause is obvious. Refractive, retinal, nerve and visual pathways will be covered in a case-based manner.
Synopsis & Educational Value: The indications for intraocular lens (IOL) implantation following cataract surgery and clear lensectomy have significantly increased, along with patient expectations. This course will address the fundamentals of biometry and IOL calculations. Techniques for measuring axial length and keratometry will be reviewed, as well as the various IOL formulas in common use today. Pearls to maximize measurement accuracy and IOL choice will be discussed.
Synopsis & Educational Value: Course will address various challenges that can arise in patients with relevant comorbidities as they undergo cataract surgery.
Synopsis & Educational Value: Course will cover new ophthalmic technologies, devices and apps that use novel platforms and telemedicine for examinations and discuss ways practitioners can integrate them into practice.
Synopsis & Educational Value: Course will provide a summary of new innovative advances in the detection and management of glaucoma. The participant will gain a greater understanding of potential new technologies to assess visual function, provide sustained release of drugs, and control intraocular pressure via less invasive surgical methods.
Synopsis & Educational Value: In eyecare, we have two sets of office visit code choices, E&M and eye codes. Questions continue about documentation requirements, and which is the best choice. In this course, we will review code options and keys to making coding choices in various scenarios.