Sub-Specialty Sessions
The Sub-Specialty Sessions are a fast-paced series of speakers on recent developments in key topics that are changing today’s ophthalmology practices. These events will be featured via ON-DEMAND, which can be added to any Program (Virtual Broadcast or On-Demand). Registered attendees will not need to complete a quiz to receive credit. The Sub-Specialty Sessions are pre-recorded and are accessible anytime from November 7 to December 30, 2020.

Practice Management Sub-Specialty Session

Laurie Brown, MBA, COMT, COE, OSA, Marana, AZ
Chris Dean, CMHP, NCP, Saint Cloud, MN
Christine McDonald, COA, ROUB, OSC, COE, Imperial, MO 
Kelly Moehrle, COT, OSC, Pittsburgh, PA 

Prerequisite: A minimum of two years in the ophthalmic practice.
Description: The technician's understanding and leadership are critical in increasing practice productivity and profitability! This session will focus on practice management trends for a high-functioning practice. Topics discussed will include best practices for EHR, cyberscribing, chart documentation and the technician supervisor's tool kit.
Financial interest disclosed
Credits: 2 A IJCAHPO

Oculoplastics Sub-Specialty Session

Richard Allen, MD, PhD, FACS, Houston, TX 
Jackson Lever, MD, Ogden, UT 
John Nguyen, MD, Morgantown, WV 
Jamie Schaefer, MD, Providence, RI 
Charles Slonim, MD, Tampa, FL 

Description: This  session will address the latest treatments and surgical procedures that are typically seen in an oculoplastics practice. Faculty will present on eyelid malpositions, eyelid cancers, trauma and molecularly targeted agents.
Credits: 2 A IJCAHPO, CEP: CABRN-1

NEW! Medical Retina Sub-Specialty Session

Michael Abramoff, MD, PhD, Iowa City, IA
Michael Ip, MD, Pasadena, CA
Peter Kaiser, MD, Cleveland, OH 
Michael Stewart, MD, Jacksonville, FL 

Prerequisite: A minimum of one-year experience in a retina practice.
Description: This session will provide an update on current concepts and technologies; new emerging imaging technologies; and new therapeutics within the retina sub-specialty. Key retina topics include: the use of artificial intelligence; current and emerging treatment for dry and wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD); treatment of retinal vein occlusions; and current and emerging treatment for diabetic macular edema (DME).
Financial interest disclosed
Credits: 2 A IJCAHPO, CEP: CABRN-1, OPS 1:1

NEW! Surgical Retina Sub-Specialty Session

Lauren Dalvin, MD, Rochester, MN 
Raymond Iezzi, MD, MS, Rochester, MN
William Mieler, MD, Winnetka, IL 
Steven Yeh, MD, Atlanta, GA

Description: This session will focus on the surgical treatment of retinal conditions. Topics will include posterior complications of anterior segment surgery, advanced in suppression of scar tissue formation associated with retinal surgery and an update on the treatment of ocular tumors.
Credits: 2 A IJCAHPO, CEP: CABRN-1, OPS 1:1

NEW! Pediatrics Sub-Specialty Session

Gil Binenbaum, MD, MSCE, Philadelphia, PA 
Brian Forbes, MD, PhD, Philadelphia, PA 
Matthew Gearinger, MD, Rochester, NY 
David Plumley, COA, Mentor, OH

Description: This session will discuss a variety of pediatric ophthalmology topics. Faculty will present on identifying and reporting child abuse, tips for the pediatric exam, pediatric cataracts and retinopathy of prematurity.
Credits: 2 A IJCAHPO, CEP: CABRN-1, OPS 1:1
 
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