Clinical Education

Practice Management Resources

Introduction to Tele-Ophthalmology Guide

In response to the increased use of telemedicine and its impact on the delivery of ophthalmic services, the ASCRS ASOA Telemedicine Task Force created the guide, “Introduction to Tele-Ophthalmology,” as an educational resource for physicians and administrators to learn about teleophthalmology. ASCRS ASOA members have exclusive access to this guide, designed to educate readers on the benefits of tele-ophthalmology, various delivery methods, reimbursement, potential liabilities, and challenges.

ASCRS ASOA Teleophthalmology Guide

Tele-Ophthalmology in Your Practice Webinar

Now available is a recording of the January 30, 2019 webinar, “Tele-Ophthalmology in Your Practice,” featuring Ranya Habash, MD, assistant professor of clinical ophthalmology at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, who provides a comprehensive introduction to tele-ophthalmology, that explores the benefits of teleophthalmology, various delivery methods, Medicare and private payer reimbursement, licensing, and liability considerations. Dr. Habash, an early adopter of telemedicine, has developed an app for secure messaging and video conferencing designed for easy adoption of telemedicine among healthcare professionals. In addition, she consults with healthcare and technology companies seeking to develop and deploy telemedicine tools. Stephen D. Klyce, PhD, FARVO, chair of the ASCRS ASOA Telemedicine Task Force is the moderator of the webinar.

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Great Surgery Begins with Great Communication: Managing Communications and Expectations with our Patients

In this CME webinar, speakers will present real case scenarios when discussing with patients the different options of Refractive Cataract Surgery including pre-experience education, communicating appropriate patient expectations, and managing the unhappy patient.

APPROVED FOR 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

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Practice Management for Administrators 

The American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators (ASOA) empowers ophthalmic leaders to elevate the business of ophthalmology through education, innovation, support, and collaboration.

Explore a variety of educational resources for practice administrators, managers, and executives on the ASOA website.

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