February 24, 2012 Meeting Conference


Luncheon Seminar #2 - Challenging Premium IOL Exchanges: Video Case Presentations

Objective:  To describe and illustrate through video case presentations the indications and techniques for exchanging premium IOL's.


Challenging Premium IOL Exchanges: Video Case Presentations - LUNCH
David Chang

Afternoon program


Premium IOL Implantation in Patients with Relative Contraindications

 NEOS continues to incorporate interactive survey responses into our programs.  There is a brief 8-question survey for the February 24 meeting: 4 questions from Dr. Flora Lum, our Guest of Honor for the morning session on Risk Management in Electronic Health Records, and 4 questions for the afternoon cataract session presented by our Guest of Honor,  Dr. David Chang.

Please take a minute to complete the survey and see how your responses compare to your peers’ answers!

Click here to take survey

Objectives:  To educate surgeons on the recognition and management of ocular conditions that might compromise the outcome of cataract surgery with premium IOL implantation.  Attendees should be able 1) to recognize those eyes at greatest risk for residual refractive error and take steps to minimize such risks, 2) to recognize corneal conditions that could compromise the visual result following cataract surgery with a premium IOL, 3)  to recognize those eyes with zonular weakness and understand how best to manage cataract surgery in patients who desire a premium IOL, 4) to understand the decision making process in choosing a premium IOL in the glaucoma patient, and 5) to understand when to undertake IOL explantation and exchange in the unhappy premium IOL patient.

 


 


Avoiding Unhappy Premium IOL Patients: Recognizing and Managing Relevant Corneal Conditions
Kathryn A. Colby

Afternoon program


Premium IOL Implantation in the Glaucoma Patient
Bradford J. Shingleton

Afternoon program


Management of Premium IOL Implantation in the Setting of Zonular Weakness
Bonnie An Henderson

Afternoon program


Preoperative Pearls for Premium IOLs (Becoming a Refractive Cataract Surgeon)
David Chang

Afternoon program


Case studies: When Should We Explant Unhappy Multifocal IOL Patients?
David Chang

Afternoon program


The Challenge of Optimizing Post Operative Refractive Error in Premium IOL Patients
Charles Barsam

Afternoon program


Estimation of Effective Lens Position using a Method Independent of Preoperative Keratometry Readings
Ian Dooley

Afternoon program


Risk Management in Electronic Health Records

NEOS continues to incorporate interactive survey responses into our programs.  There is a brief 8-question survey for the February 24 meeting: 4 questions from Dr. Flora Lum, our Guest of Honor for the morning session on Risk Management in Electronic Health Records, and 4 questions for the afternoon cataract session presented by our Guest of Honor,  Dr. David Chang.

Please take a minute to complete the survey and see how your responses compare to your peers’ answers!

Click here to take survey

Objectives 

1) Identify several Risk Management issues that specifically attend the use of or adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)

2) Recognize established Risk Management issues that will require additional understanding with the increase use of EHRs

3) Plan and implement and specific strategies to mitigate and manage the discussed risks.

 

(This session qualifies for 3.5 CME Risk Managment credits and OMIC discount - 10% for NEOS members; 5% for non-NEOS members)


HIPAA: What's Here and What's Coming
Vikram Rao

Morning program


The EMR – Supporting Clinical Outcomes – A High Level View
Donald Bialek

Morning program


Genesis of the Physician Quality Reporting System and Harbinger of Things to Come
Flora Lum

Morning program


The Promise and Potential of Electronic Health Records
Flora Lum

Morning program


The Traps and Treasures of EHR in Malpractice Litigation
Stephen O'Shea

Morning program


Going from Paper to Plastic: The Actual Transition to EHR
John James Dagianis

Morning program