Peer-to-Peer Learning Sessions
Supporting Your Colleagues in AMD Excellence
The peer-to-peer learning sessions provide an opportunity for you to talk to other optometrists — both experienced AMD clinicians and those new to AMD — to help you further your knowledge and enhance your ability to provide a better standard of care for your patients.
The sessions will be facilitated by Timothy Earley, OD, and will provide an open forum for discussion on anything related to AMD, dark adaption testing, AdaptDx Pro®, and the AMD Excellence Program®. Come prepared to share your experiences and ask questions. This is not a webinar, but a place for active discussion and an opportunity to learn how others are achieving success. Each session will have a different topic to keep the conversation fresh. You can participate in one or all of them as they are scheduled.
Topic: How I Changed the AMD Standard of Care in My Practice
Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
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Topic: “My Patient Failed the Rapid Test. Now What?”
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
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Since implementing the AMD Excellence Program and performing AdaptDx Pro Rapid Tests on every patient over 60, I can confirm that the studies are true: 25-30% of my patients are failing. By practicing this way, I can confidently say I have more AMD patients than glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy combined, and it will only continue to grow. Luckily, our team is up to the challenge and is excited to contribute to an improved standard of AMD care for our patients!
Learning Sessions Moderator:
Timothy Earley, OD, Medina Vision and Laser Centre
Dr. Earley currently serves as a therapeutic optometrist and vice president of human resources at the Medina Vision and Laser Centre in Medina, OH. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology/Pre-Med from the University of Scranton. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Visual Science and his Doctorate in Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. His interests include the monitoring and management of age-related macular degeneration, dry eye and ocular surface disease, and the fitting of multifocal contact lenses. Dr. Earley is also the clinical director of the Bright Eyedeas Optical Clinic at the Medina County Career Center, where students in the optical technology/visual sciences program can work with Dr. Earley to provide no cost eye exams and glasses for those in need. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Ohio Optometric Association, and is also a national speaker and consultant in the areas of specialty contact lenses, macular degeneration, and practice management.
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Each AdaptDx Pro purchase is supported by our AMD Excellence Program®️ to help you achieve your patient care and practice growth goals.
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