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.
Paul Farkas, OD, FAAO, and Adam Farkas, MD, MBA ODwire and CEwire foundersChanging profession, online CE, and working with your dad
Q&A: Carla Mack, OD, MBA; Director of Professional and Clinical Support, for U.S. Vision Care at Alcon
Q&A: Carla Mack, OD, MBA; Director of Professional and Clinical Support, for U.S. Vision Care at AlconContact lenses, communications, and knowing how to properly bill and code
Q&A: What you need to know about ICD-10In this Q&A, Ophthalmology Times talks to Michael Repka, MD, MBA and medical director of government affairs for the American Academy of Ophthalmology how the transition to ICD-10 is affecting ophthalmologists.
Q&A: Health plan executives discuss high drug pricesWhat managed care executives should know about rising drug prices, how they impact the healthcare system, and advice on what to do about it.
Primary care before MedicareIn this Q&A, Medical Economics speaks with Ernie Chaney, MD, FAAFP, a practitioner of family medicine both before and after the passage of Medicare.
OD Q&A: Matt Geller, ODWe give [students] the issues of what's going on in the profession but not to a degree where they're going to become overwhelmed. We try to cover an issue with a proactive and positive voice.
OD Q&A: Janice M. Jurkus, OD, MBA, FAAO, Professor, Director of Residency Programs, Illinois College of OptometryIt took me three visits to my optometrist’s office to learn how to put contact lenses on and take them off. They were so patient with me. The optometrist, Dr. Tom Sekey, said, “So, you want a job here? You can answer the phone.” I got to see what he was doing, and it was so cool because it was really wonderful to be able to make people see. So, I decided to be an optometrist.
All-female urology practice's mission is to give women choice in careIn this interview, Lora Plaskon, MD, MS, discusses her all-female urology/urogynecology practice's origins, how it differs from mixed-gender practices, and how her unique model fits into today's economy.