Optometry Times, December 2020
The best strategies for and benefits of optimizing your techs
There are many practices and strategies for managing symptoms of ocular surface disease (OSD), meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), and dry eye disease. As techs often have the most patient interaction, having a skilled and knowledgeable team can set your patients up for the best results possible, streamline your process, and make appointments more efficient for patients and doctors.
The December issue of Ophthalmology Management featured a roundtable with experts Preeya K. Gupta, MD, Walt Whitley, OD, MBA, FAAO and Ramón Gómez, CMA, speaking to how their technicians are trained, the methods they use for managing dry eye symptoms and what educational resources are available. Read the full Q&A now.
Want to learn more about how to best utilize your technicians’ skills?
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.
Symposium highlights include:
Provide patients with the #1 Doctor Recommended family of eye care products
Warm compress for the treatment of dry eye, blepharitis and other eye irritations.