Patient Educational Pieces
Dr. Earley shares tips on how to talk to patients about smoking, the biggest modifiable risk factor for AMD, and motivate them to quit.
Dr. Lou shares how he needed to rethink AMD, and is proud to report that this allowed him to make a marked difference in disease management.
Integrating new technology into your practice can be a challenge, but Theia is here to share some secrets that can lead to success.
Getting to know your practice and what drives you to take great care of your patients, especially when it comes to AMD, is crucial. Christine Akers, Practice Management Consultant at MacuLogix, gives 4 steps for standardization for a successful AMD Program.
Dr. Frances Bynum and her team are focused on making early AMD detection the standard, not the exception. That begins by demonstrating the importance of dark adaptation testing and having educational conversations with their patients.
Find out what three of your colleagues did to get their team on board to make the most of dark adaptation technology in their practices.
Testing dark adaptation speed for every patient over 50 allows eye care professionals prioritize both patients and practice. By Tammy Tully, OD.
Theia helps eye care professionals like Mary Miller, CPOT, take care of her patients – which is her favorite part as a technician at Kirman Eye.
Dr. Timothy Earley discusses how as fellow eyecare colleagues become knowledgeable about the incredible new technologies available to them, the risks of blindness caused by AMD can be considerably reduced.
Advance your practice as an AMD Center of Excellence while prioritizing health and safety for both patients and staff using these recommendations from Laura Walter, Director of Customer Success at MacuLogix.