February 28, 2014 Meeting Conference


Cataract II

Program Objectives:

The content and format of this educational activity has been specifically designed to fill the identified practice gaps in our membership's current and potential scope of professional activities in a way that focuses on education, while managing commercial support and maintaining independence from promotional activities and commercial proprietary interests. This program seeks to:

1) Increase the competence of the audience in the areas of TORIC lens implant surgery--including topographic considerations in surgical planning.

2) Improve the performance of the audience in management of complex cataract surgeries and management of complications.

3) Improve outcomes in the area of cataract surgery involving TORIC intraocular lenses.


Don’t be a Hero: When Cataract Surgery Goes Bad
Gregory Blaha

Morning program


Surgical Pearls for TORIC IOLs
Christopher J. Newton

Morning program


Refractive Cataract Surgery and Rapid Visual Rehabilitation
Lisa Arbisser

Morning program


Management of Traumatic Cataract
Lisa Arbisser

Morning program


Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery for the Developing World
Aron Rose

Morning program


Cataract Surgery in Patients with Prior Refractive Surgery
Ravi Shah

Morning program


Topography for TORIC IOLs
Naveen Rao

Morning program


Ethics and Risk Management

Professional Practice Gaps:  Using feedback from NEOS members and discussion by the Program Committee, risk management was identified as a significant professional practice gap in our membership.

Program Objectives:  The content and format of this educational activity has been specifically designed to fill the identified practice gaps in our membership's current and potential scope of professional activities in a way that focuses on education, while managing commercial support and maintaining independence from promotional activities and commercial proprietary interests. This program seeks to:

1) Increase the competence of the audience in the areas of medical and surgical liability.

2) Improve the performance of the audience in risk management and quality assurance.

3) Improve outcomes in the area of physician credentialing.

 


Peer Review: Learning from our Mistakes
Susan MacDonald

Afternoon program


Medical, Legal and Ethical Dilemmas in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery
John Shore

Afternoon program


Malpractice from a Personal Perspective
John Shore

Afternoon program


Physician Quality Assessment and Performance Evaluation: Perspective from Harvard Medical School affiliate hospitals: MEEI, MGH and BWH.
Joan Miller

Afternoon program


Identify and Manage Unhappy Patients
Anne Menke

Afternoon program


Physician Quality Assessment and Underwriting from an Insurance Company Perspective
Anne Menke

Afternoon program