The Role of the Tech in Dry Eye Management

| Posted on October 3, 2020

Virtual Symposium is Now Available On-Demand

October 2020 | Duration 1 hour

Key industry professionals discuss the essential role of the ophthalmic technician in dry eye disease (DED) diagnosis and management during a virtual symposium hosted by Ophthalmology Management and Ophthalmic Professional.


 Highlights include:

Who teaches the technician the ins and outs of DED?

Where is the line between education provided by the technician and education provided by the physician?

Can technicians gather data and provide analytics on pull-through of premium DED services as well as patient conversion?


Preeya K. Gupta, MD in the Optometry Times article on the role of the technician in dry eye management
Preeya Gupta, MD
Walt Whitley OD, Moderator
Ramón Gómez, CMA

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