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Lyn Brodie, Optometry Australia incoming CEO

Optometry Australia appoints new CEO

Optometry Australia (OA) has selected a new CEO, nearly four months after long-term incumbent Ms Genevieve Quilty stepped down in February. Read more »

NIB taken to court over hidden cuts to eye coverage

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched legal action against NIB after it alleged the health insurer had engaged in unconscionable conduct in relation to the removal of certain eye procedures from one of its schemes. Read more »

Government funding for ophthalmic research made easier

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has overhauled its funding program in a move welcomed by research groups throughout Australia. Read more »
Andrew Hogan, Optometry Australia president

Outcry as optometry misses out in 2017 Budget

The 2017 Federal Budget has been met with dismay by Optometry Australia (OA), after the government announced it would maintain its Medicare rebate freeze for optometric services until at least 2019. Read more »

Increased funding for CERA in Victorian budget

The Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) has received a boost after the Victorian Government increased funding to the state’s independent medical research institutes. Read more »

International speaker added to Sydney ICCLC lineup

Renowned US-based clinician and professor of optometry Dr Randy Kojima has been announced as one of the keynote speakers at this year’s International Cornea and Contact Lens Congress (ICCLC). Read more »

Bids for Bausch & Lomb distributor below expectations

Offers to acquire Australian Bausch & Lomb distributor iNova are believed to have come in at least $100 million below expectations, forcing US parent company Valeant Pharmaceuticals to consider its options. Read more »

Contact lens company makes ASX debut

US based contact lens company Visioneering Technology (VTI) remained steady at $0.45 per share after making its first appearance on the Australian Stock Exchange yesterday. Read more »

More first time exhibitors to SILMO Sydney

As SILMO Sydney draws closer a number of suppliers have committed to the inaugural optical fair. Read more »

Contact Lens Company set for ASX listing

Medical devices and lens maker Visioneering Technologies could be on its way to becoming an Australian publicly listed company after directors agreed to open it for potential investors this year. Read more »

Complex optical market demands adaptation, industry expert

The increasing complexity of the optical market could create many challenges to independent practices when a number of macro retail and global trends gain momentum, which means optometrists will need to embrace change and adapt to trends if they want to remain competitive. Read more »

Alcon launches AIR OPTIX plus HydraGlyde contact lenses

The introduction of a new type of contact lens to the Australian market should provide users with a more comfortable and longer-lasting lens wearing experience.  Read more »


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