December 9, 2011 Meeting Conference


Cataract

NEOS is trying to incorporate interactive survey responses into our programs, starting with this meeting. Dr. Craig Haug, Medicare director for most of the New England states will be speaking at 11:45 AM.  Please fill out a brief survey regarding your knowledge and thoughts about Medicare. Your answers to the survey will be discussed prior to Dr. Haug’s talk.
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Objective: To educate the members and attendees on current advances in cataract surgery, including femtosecond cataract surgery, intraocular lens measurement technology, premium IOL’s, refractive enhancements of premium IOL’s, and the ethical and financial considerations of new technology.
 
 

Refractive Enhancement of Premium IOLs
Roberto Pineda II

Morning program


Medicare Update for New England Ophthalmologists
Craig Huag

Axial Length Biometry in 2011
Sherleen H. Chen

Morning program


New and Important Aspects of Laser Assisted Refractive Cataract Surgery (LARCS): The Patient Interface and Image Guided Surgery
Jonathan H. Talamo

Morning program


The Optics of Presbyopic and Premium Channel Intraocular Lenses
Ronald Krueger

Morning program


Technical and Clinical Implications of Femtosecond Laser Refractive Cataract Surgery (LaRCS)
Ronald Krueger

Morning program


Ethical, Practical and Financial Aspects of New Technology for Cataract Surgery
Paul M. Pender

Morning program


Intraoperative Aberrometry: The Wave of the Future or an Aberration in Time?
Jeremy Kieval

Morning program


Systemic Medicine Update

NEOS is trying to incorporate interactive survey responses into our programs, starting with this meeting. Mr. Mark Levin, a biotech guru will be talking at 1:53 PM .  Please fill out a brief survey regarding your thoughts about the future of your clinical practice. Your answers to the survey will be discussed prior to Mr.Levin’s talk.

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Rather than a panel discussion at the end of this session, each presentation will be followed by a 3 minute question period.

Meeting Objectives

1.       To better understand new developments in medical specialties that directly effect ophthalmology patients.
2.       To gain a greater understanding of changing technology in medical specialites outside of ophthalmology.
3.       To gain a greater appreciation for the complexities of the drug development process
4.       To gain a greater understanding of the changing health care environment

 


Beyond Great - The Future of Drug Development
Mark Levin

Afternoon program


Update on Multiple Sclerosis
Sashank Prasad

Afternoon program


Update on Antibiotic Resistance
David Snydman

Afternoon program


Update on Diabetes Mellitus
David Nathan

Afternoon program


Finding Optimisim in the Changing Healthcare Environment
David Fairchild

Afternoon program


Preoperative Evaluation of Ophthalmic Patient
Artem Grush

Afternoon program


Update in Cardiology 2011
Deeb Salem

Afternoon program