Modern Medicine Feature Articles Formula for achieving successful multifocal IOL outcomes Achieving satisfaction for patients interested in a multifocal IOL begins with comprehensive preoperative screening and evaluation. Five best practices for population health success March 15, 2017 By Nicole Lewis As small practices ramp up their population health management programs, here’s how they can get the most out of those efforts. CIOs committing to more population health technology March 15, 2017 By Nicole Lewis New research shows executives want to invest in enhancing their systems as population health’s role grows. Immunotherapy found efficacious as second-line therapy Results of an international randomized phase III study show that pembrolizumab (Keytruda) as second-line therapy for advanced urothelial carcinoma provided superior overall survival and a better safety profile compared with commonly used chemotherapy options. A new standard of care in muscle-invasive bladder Ca? March 14, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Chemoradiotherapy is an effective alternative to cystectomy in the primary management of muscle-invasive bladder cancer, British researchers say. ODs start fitting toric lenses at 0.75 D of cylinder In a poll fielded on the Optometry Times website, we asked ODs at what amount of cylinder they prescribed soft toric contact lenses. New clinical practice guideline for rhinoplasty March 14, 2017 By Bob Kronemyer It’s the first evidence-based guideline for rhinoplasty, and includes recommendations for pre- and post-management patient care to optimize outcomes. Cellfina in retrospect March 14, 2017 By Bob Kronemyer Still wondering if you should add Cellfina to your practice? One plastic surgeon details his first year of experience. SMAS for lips? March 14, 2017 How effective is lip augmentation with tissue transferred from the SMAS? One plastic surgeon shares his research results. ICD-10 codes aren't oppressive after all March 13, 2017 By Randy Dotinga Alexander Miller, MD, a dermatologist in Yorba Linda, Calif., has a simple message for colleagues grappling with the new ICD-10 codes: Don't panic!