2017 Event Highlights
View images and listen to interviews of attendees from the recent Combined Ophthalmic Symposium (COS) in Austin, Texas.
Antonio Villarreal, MD, a third-year resident at Tecnológico de Monterrey, describes his first time attending the Combined Ophthalmic Symposium.
Jon Dietlein, MD, who brings his entire practice to the meeting every year, speaks on the emerging technology for extended depth of focus IOLs, multifocal lenses, and toric lenses covered during the Ophthalmologist program.
Jeffrey Tran, MD, and Eric Hamill, MD, describe the value of one-on-one training with the experts, as well as networking with other residents and fellows.
Hands-on experience with a variety of machines, devices, and lenses not frequently encountered during residency is an invaluable part of the YES Program, notes attendee Daniel Lemor, MD.
Patti Barkey, COE, a Practice Management Program faculty member, talks about the breadth of ASOA programming at both the Combined Ophthalmic Symposium and the Annual Meeting.
The MACRA workshop, “What Is It and What Does It Mean to My Practice?” simplifies the complexities quality measures benchmarking, according to ASOA Program attendee Ruth Godwin.