What makes a high-risk patient, and how do we care for them? April 22, 2017 By Henry Anhalt DO With the paradigm shift to value-based care, physicians, health plans and policy makers are all striving for a crucial goal—achieving better outcomes at lower costs 88th annual Physician Report results April 19, 2017 The 88th annual Medical Economics Physician Report illustrates the state of primary care today, providing information on physician income, productivity, malpractice costs and more. Is there risk between intravitreal injections and posterior capsule rupture during cataract surgery? April 18, 2017 Intravitreal injections and posterior capsule rupture during cataract surgery: is there a risk? Research published in the American Journal of Ophthalmology may have an answer. New products, advancements in dry eye David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA, discusses new products, studies, and patient education available to help combat dry eye disease. Consider nursing home optometry as practice option Optometric practice in the nursing home setting is not always very glamorous; however, there are many reasons optometrists might want to consider adding this specialty to their practice arsenal due to tremendous need. Sunlight and its effect on eye health Avoiding sunlight entirely appears to be misdirected.