Archive:

12th August 2020

“Let me see!”: Allison Granger

Images have tremendous value in documentation, monitoring, and patient education. If you haven’t thought about how anterior segment imaging plays in your practice, now’s the time to Let Them See. Read more

29th July 2020

Crossing Barriers with AOS: Dave Block

Dave Block discusses crossing language barriers with imagery in contactology and optometry, including use of the AOS software.  Read more

22nd July 2020

Voice of the consumer: Mohamed Kasmani

Mohamed Kasmani discusses how the AOS Anterior software has benefited his practice throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond. Read more

1st July 2020

Is it time to switch to a care plan model?: Ben David

‘Care plan systems in optometry, quite simply, give peace of mind both for the patient and the ECP.’ – Brian Tompkins, owner, TK&S Optometrists. Care plans are essentially patient subscription services. Over the past 10 years, we have seen a dramatic shift from one-off, upfront payment models to ongoing subscriptions across a range of sectors. […] Read more

17th June 2020

AOS Anterior in use during the Global Pandemic: Michelle Beach

Michelle Beach of Park Vision Opticians recounts how her practice have experienced the pandemic and how AOS Anterior has helped them help their clients. Read more

14th May 2020

Telemedicine – What is it and how great is its potential?: Karl Jeebaun

Advancements in technology have changed how we do things in more ways than most of us could have ever previously imagined. This has been exacerbated in the current climate of a global pandemic. Telemedicine or Telehealth are technologies that have been around for a while, allowing ophthalmic clinicians to reach patients that were previously without access to their clinic or specialties, and reach a wider range of patients in need. We are now using telemedicine to combat both medical and commercial needs whilst the pandemic lockdown is in effect. Read more