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Optometry Times Audio

The next frontier: Mobile eyecare clinicsYou know the statistics. Nearly 40% of Americans don’t go to the eye doctor because they feel like their eyes are “fine,” and despite efforts by the AOA and outreach campaigns, the average American is also getting bombarded by telemedicine ads painting eyecare as “inconvenient” and “expensive.”
Q&A: Linda Chous, OD: Chief Eye Care Officer of United Healthcare Vision, Owner of The Glasses Menagerie in MinneapolisPediatric optometry, cosmetology, and giant tubs of popcorn
Q&A: Rohit Sharma, OD: President, Southern Eye Specialists, Atlanta, GAOptometry missions, salsa dancing, customer service, and partying in Thailand
Q&A: Diana Canto-Sims, OD, Owner, Buena Vista Optical, Wink and Save
Q&A: Lori Grover, OD, PhD, FAAO, senior vice president for health policy at King-Devick Technologies, Inc.
Q&A: Katherine Schuetz, OD Optometrist at Little Eyes, Carmel, INI have been really fortunate to enjoy every aspect of optometry, truly.
Shauna Thornhill, OD, Owner, Amarillo Vision SpecialistsI was born in Colorado. I went to 17 schools kindergarten through twelfth grade. My dad was always searching for the perfect job, and he never really found it. Somehow we ended up in Amarillo, TX.
Q&A: Stuart Richer OD, PhD, FAAO Chief of optometry at DVA Medical Center, North Chicago; president of Ocular Nutrition Society
Q&A: Quy Nguyen, OD Director of Career Development and Minority Enrichment at SUNY
Q&A: Nazanin Galehdari, OD Owner of EyeMax EyeCare, Murray, UTI was born in Iran, but I grew up in Salt Lake City. My father was a judge in Iran, my mom was a nurse and a hospital administrator