A major Sydney eye clinic that sees 130 patients a day has gone paperless and completely digitised the way it handles ophthalmic data. It’s created efficiencies that allow specialists to spend more time with patients.
The decision to round key measurements to the nearest whole number can have a compounding effect. NICOLA PEAPER explains why accuracy is vital when ordering modern, high performing lens designs of today. Read more
Independent optometrists discuss their decision to harmonise the end-to-end patient journey with the latest ophthalmic lens technology from a single manufacturer, and the value it’s creating for their businesses and patients. Read more
A prosperous orthoptic profession depends on the number and calibre of students recruited and their retention in the workforce. PROFESSOR KATHRYN ROSE explains how UTS fits into the equation. Read more
A sub-speciality that bridges ophthalmic and plastic surgery and interfaces with brain surgeons, oncologists and dermatologists is a unique vocation with a specific skill set, as RHIANNON BOWMAN discovers. Read more
How a practice approaches patient recalls can determine their success from both a clinical and business perspective. It is also a field that’s ripe for innovation, writes RHIANNON BOWMAN. Read more
With the largest network of practices in Australia, ProVision possesses significant buying power. But as CEO STEVEN JOHNSTON explains, it’s doing much more to ensure independent optometry can continue to flourish, especially amid a record trading period.
BOC Ophthalmic Instruments forged a new alliance with Italian ophthalmic device manufacturer SBM Sistemi four years ago with a focus on innovative dry eye devices. As TONY COSENTINO explains, the relationship has advanced at a rapid pace and there’s more to come in 2021.
Insight explores how contact lens innovations are venturing beyond conventional boundaries as a means of vision correction, to another realm where new technological features are being developed for diagnostic and drug-delivery purposes.
From pioneering surgical microscopes and slit lamps, to a precision spectacle lens featuring point-focal imagery, Zeiss has an incredibly rich history in optics and ophthalmology. Insight traces its story from a modest workshop in Germany to global tech company.