Academy President William L. Rich III, MD, encourages members to attend the Mid-Year Forum 2016 to drive the highest-quality of care for our patients through politics, policy and practice management.
IRIS® Registry users with an electronic health record system can use the registry to report clinical quality measures for meaningful use. You can also meet Objective 10: Public Health Reporting, Measure Option 3 – Specialized Registry Reporting.
Learn how to code common procedures in ICD-10. These AAOE-developed guides cover cornea, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculofacial, pediatric strabismus and retina.
The Academy helped to secure crucial regulatory wins in 2015, such as reducing burdens and penalties associated with PQRS and EHR programs. Get the story behind these and other victories in the 2015 Washington Mid-Year Report.
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Find out the Academy's stance on issues affecting members, patient care and the profession.
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