Documenting for Patient Care
Bradley Henriksen, MD, explains the need for physicians to simplify their patient documentation policies to increase practice efficiency. He also discusses deciphering the different requirements between eye codes and evaluation and management codes.
The FDA Perspective: The Link Between Medical Devices and Patients
Michelle E. Tarver, MD, explains what it means to keep patients at the center of the FDA’s decision-making process to help guide medical device innovation through patient-reported outcome measures.
Mask-Associated Dry Eye Syndrome
Natalie Afshari, MD, discusses mask-associated dry eye syndrome, a phenomenon she says is here to stay, and shares the results of a study of her colleagues that examined their dry eye markers at the end of each day after several hours of masking.
A Refractive Surgery Journey and Lessons Learned
Sheraz M. Daya, MD, FACP, FACS, FRCS(Ed), FRCOphth, the International Society of Refractive Surgery Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, reflects on nearly 30 years of practice, including what worked, what didn’t, and his contributions that have pushed the field forward.