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Let’s take a venture on the clinical side this month. A few columns back, I had described my interest in ocular inflammation. Dry eye and allergy certainly fit, but the internal inflammation and associated systemic diseases get my motor...
I’m feeling a little testy on ophthalmic testing this month. It’s the application of science and statistical validity in our field, an area that seems to get very little attention. The key word is “outcomes,” and is the common...
We all know that times have changed. This isn’t your grandfather’s optometry anymore. As the healthcare system and consumer values have evolved, we’ve been driven towards professional fees as our source of income.  Fees are now in a state of flux,...
We are all looking to get an edge. These times are challenging, and we are all looking to get an edge. We buy or lease special equipment, comfortable furniture, and consulting services. We train and retrain ourselves and our staffs. Then,...
The discussion of professional dress. Oh, I know.  The discussion of professional dress is as alluring as a progressive lens non-adapt at 5 p.m. on a Friday afternoon.   It’s costly, and when you get right down to it, a bit...
There I was, sitting on the back deck with a copy of Borish and a calculator…… The phone rang, and a nice gentleman identified himself as Alan Glazier, from ODs on Facebook. Ooo, that rings a bell, I thought. I post there...

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