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2017
Annual Meeting
Ohio Ophthalmological Society
Eye MDs & Surgeons Dedicated to Preserving Vision
Meeting the educational needs of ophthalmologists who are engaged in the diagnosis
and treatment of eye diseases—and for nurses, ophthalmic assistants, technicians
and technologists interested in advancing their career in the eye care field.
Registration Materials
INSIDE!
2017
Annual Meeting
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Jointly Provided by the Ohio State Medical Association
Hilton Columbus at Easton
3900 Chagrin Drive, Columbus, OH 43219
Phone: (614) 414-5000
Important Details
LOCATION & LODGING
PHYSICIAN LEARNING OBJECTIVES
A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the
Hilton Easton in Columbus. The reservation deadline to
receive the discounted room rate of $183 plus tax is Jan.
25. Call (614) 414-5000 to make a reservation. Indicate
that you are with the OOS Annual Meeting. Check-in time
is 4:00 pm and check-out time is noon.
By participating in this activity, learners should be able to:
• Discuss the prevalence and impact of retina
disease, glaucoma, and other external diseases.
• Review current literature and discuss new and
emerging data regarding strategies aimed at
improving the management of patients.
• Incorporate best available evidence and recent
clinical research to improve patient assessment and
treatment approaches.
• Integrate health reform, quality and risk
management strategies to address critical
business issues in the ophthalmology practice.
HANDOUT MATERIALS
To minimize our environmental impact, all handouts will
be posted online. Approximately one week prior to the
meeting you will receive an email with the link to all of the
handouts/speaker slides. Please bring copies with you
if you want to follow along or save them to your mobile
device as print handouts will not be available the day of the
meeting. All meeting rooms will have WiFi and a charging
station will be available near the registration area.
PLANNING COMMITTEES
Physician Program:
W. Walker Motley, MD, President, Ohio Ophthalmological Society
SUBSTITUTIONS/CANCELLATIONS
Todd Baker, Executive Director, Ohio Ophthalmological Society
Cancellations made on or before Feb. 17 will receive a
50% refund. There will be no refunds on cancellations or
no shows thereafter. Participant substitutions can be
made at anytime.
Ohio State Medical Association Task Force on Education
ATTIRE
Casual business attire is appropriate. Please remember,
conference rooms tend to be cool. We recommend you
bring a sweater or light jacket.
Technician Program:
Eunice Burclaff, COT, Ophthalmic Surgeons and Consultants
Elethia Dean, RN, BSN, MBA, PhD, ASC Compliance
Amy Jost, COMT, Cincinnati Eye Institute
Mary Preston, Ophthalmic Education Services
Yvonne Tenant, Assistant Director, Ohio Ophthalmological Society
Easy Registration Online:
WWW.OHIOEYE.ORG
TECHNICIAN & NURSE
E D U C AT I O N P R O G R A M
Continuing Education
This technician course has been submitted to Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO®) and the
Northwest State Community College in coordination with the Ohio Board of Nursing for consideration of CE credit.
NEW THIS YEAR! Technicians may pick up their CEU certificates at the registration table after the last session attended.
They will NOT be mailed. Complete the evaluation for all the sessions you attend and exchange your completed evaluation for
your CEU certificate. Credits will be adjusted as needed by the registration staff. Any certificates left at the end of the meeting
will have a maximum of 6 out of 7 credits, as we will assume you left the meeting before the end of the last session.
BREAKFAST/REGISTRATION/VISIT EXHIBITS
8:00am
SESSION 1:
SESSIONS
7:00am
1A OCT Update, Greg Searcy, MD
This session will provide an overview of OCT technology for assessment of the optic nerve in the evaluation of glaucoma. Instrumentation,
software, scan parameters and more will be discussed.
•Outline characteristics of a glaucomatous vs
non-glaucomatous optic nerve on OCT
•List acquisition techniques to capture accurate scans
1B Ocular Trauma, Jeremy Tan, MD
This session will explore the common and less common traumas encountered in the ophthalmic practice. Head trauma, firecrackers, sports
injuries, and other blunt traumas as well as penetrating injuries will be
covered. The role of the ophthalmic staff in triaging, first aid and work
up will be emphasized.
•List the most common ocular traumas
•Outline triage for a blunt trauma
1C Infection Control in an Ophthalmology Practice
Elethia Dean, RN, BSN, MBA, PhD
This session will review infection control processes for the ophthalmic
nurse and technician. Standard precautions, universal precautions,
as well as cleaning and disinfection in the ophthalmic setting will be
covered.
2C ASC Compliance in Ophthalmology,
Elethia Dean, RN, BSN, MBA, PhD
This session outlines the focus of Medicare surveyors in the ophthalmic ASCs. It will include current deficiencies, regulations behind the
deficiencies, and what each ASC must do to successfully pass their
next Medicare survey.
•Describe the objectives of Medicare Conditions for Coverage
•List steps an ASC should take to be in compliance with
Medicare requirements
10:15am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS
10:25am SESSION 3:
3A Cataracts- Minimizing Post-Surgical Risk
Richard Erdey, MD
This session will address elements for considerations in the pre-operative examination and discussion with cataract patients. Intraoperative
measures that can be taken to optimize outcomes will be reviewed.
•List potential conditions of the lens the surgeon should be
aware of preoperatively
•Discuss available options to reduce endophthalmitis
•Describe universal precautions and how it relates to
standard precautions
•Identify symptoms of TASS and endophthalmitis
3B Imaging in a Clinical Retina Practice:
When & Why, Sugat Patel, MD
This session will explore the various imaging modalities currently
available in ophthalmology. Case review will highlight correlation of
diagnostic test to condition of the posterior segment.
9:05am
•Describe best imaging for common retinal conditions
•Identify when fluorescein angiography is indicated
SESSION 2:
2A Pediatric Cataracts, Cate Jordan, MD
This session will provide an overview of cataracts in the pediatric population. Causes, detection, management, amblyopia, and outcomes
will be covered in addition to measurements and other ocular/systemic
things to consider.
•List common causes of cataracts in children
•Describe potential complications of delayed surgery in a
trauma-induced cataract
2B Neuro Ophthalmology Examination,
Practical Strategies and Pitfalls, Karl Golnik, MD
This session will present an approach to conducting a neuro-op workup. Clinical assessment, orbit and brain imaging, and history elements
will be used to review case presentations.
•List ophthalmic tests necessary for a complaint of diplopia
•Outline pupillary abnormalities and associated
differential diagnosis
3C Ophthalmic Device Maintenance
& Optimization, Jeffrey Hunter, COT
This session will provide information on how to care for and maintain
your ophthalmic instruments and save your office on costly repairs.
•Describe simple repairs of office equipment including slit lamp, phoropter, automated units, etc.
•Outline steps for preventive maintenance of general
ophthalmic equipment
TECHNICIAN & NURSE
11:30am SESSION 4:
4A Cosmetic Eye Care, Daniel Straka, MD
This session will explore cosmetic procedures and products to enhance
skin, brows, lids, lashes and overall appearance. Patient goals will be
coupled with clinical assessment and measurements to provide an
overview of case examples.
•Outline aging effects of the periocular area
•Describe surgical vs nonsurgical options available for common cosmetic complaints
4B Retina Surgery Complications, Johnny Kim, MD
This session will review complications in retinal surgeries encountered in
the office. Tips on triage and an overview of management guidelines will
be presented.
•Outline common potential post-operative complications following posterior segment surgery
•List signs and symptoms of complications presented
4C COT Written Exam Review #1*
Beth Koch, COT, ROUB
This session will provide an overview of the duties of the ophthalmic
technician and following content areas for the COT written exam:
2:35pm
PROGRAM
SESSION 6:
6A Scleral Lens Grand Rounds, Greg DeNaeyer, OD
Case presentations will be utilized to review challenging anterior
segment conditions in which scleral lenses have been used. Indications,
clinical measurements, fitting, care and complications will be discussed.
•List indications for use of scleral lenses
•Discuss potential risks of scleral lenses and ways to minimize
the risks
6B Ocular Melanoma Update, Colleen Cebulla, MD, PhD
This session will provide an update on ocular melanoma including choroidal and conjunctival involvement. Review of clinical signs, diagnostic
testing, pathology, GEP, metastatic surveillance testing, and treatment
options will be presented.
•Describe clinical and diagnostic findings consistent with
choroidal melanoma
•Outline GEP results and metastatic rates
•Lensometry, Keratometry, Medical Ethics/Legal & Regulatory Issues, Microbiology, Pharmacology
6C Glaucoma, Diagnosis, Medication
& New Treatment Techniques, Doug Baker, MD
This session will focus on care of the glaucoma patient. Diagnostic tests,
clinical assessment, disease progression, medical and surgical management will be discussed along with new therapies being developed.
12:30pm LUNCH/VISIT EXHIBITS
•Describe potential surgical options for neovascular glaucoma
1:30pm
3:40pm
•COT Exam Prep Introduction and Recommended Resources, Pupillary Assessment, Contact Lenses
SESSION 5:
•List critical elements of a glaucoma evaluation
SESSION 7:
5A Bringing the LASIK Mindset to Cataract Surgery
Curtin Kelley, MD
This session will examine the expectations of patients undergoing cataract surgery and opportunities for the ophthalmic team to meet those
expectations. Emphasis on pre-op measurements and assessment as
well as the overall experience will be presented.
7A No More Meaningful Use; What now– MACRA Measurement, Todd Baker
This session will discuss the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization
Act’s (MACRA) and Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)
transition for paying clinicians for the value, rather than volume, of care
they provide.
•Describe patient expectations of cataract surgery
•Describe the four measures that will make up the MIPS composite physician score starting in 2017
•Outline opportunities to improve the cataract patient experience
5B The Uveitis Patient…Don’t Freak Out!
Nickole Delaney, COA
This session will address the complete workup of the uveitis patient
including uncovering important medical history, ocular history, family
history, signs, and symptoms.
•List elements included in a complete review of systems
•List critical components of the HPI specific to uveitis
5C COT Written Exam Review #2*
Beth Koch, COT, ROUB
This session will provide an overview of the duties of the ophthalmic
technician and following content areas for the COT written examination:
•Ocular Motility, Assisting in Surgical Procedures, Ophthalmic
Imaging, Refractometry
•Spectacle Skills, Tonometry, Visual Assessment, Visual Fields
•Describe the manner in which practices will use registries
for reporting quality and cost data in the future
7B Oh ShiCrud#[email protected]! Is this Endophthalmitis?
E. Mitch Opremcak, MD
This session will explore everything endophthalmitis including
causes, presenting signs and symptoms, differential, management,
and outcomes.
•List common pathogens of exogenous endophthalmitis
•Identify common complaints of a patient with early endophthalmitis
7C Veterinary Ophthalmology
Terah Webb, DVM, DACVO
This session will highlight common ocular conditions in small animals.
Incidence, diagnosis, management and outcomes will be addressed.
Case presentations and surgical videos will provide participants a comparative view to the human ocular conditions.
•List similarities and differences in human vs canine cataract surgery
•Summarize cases presented
TECHNICIAN & NURSE
4:45pm
PROGRAM
COMPLETE EVALUATION
& ADJOURN
* Material is based on the instructor’s interpretation of the content areas outlined
in the JCAHPO “Criteria for Certification,” and the instructors of this review
course have no direct knowledge of the specific certification questions
Registration
: TECHNICIAN & NURSE
Deadline is Feb.17 —after this date, only credit cards
by phone will be accepted.
Easily Register Online at: WWW.OHIOEYE.ORG
Session Selections
A
B
C
When registering, please select one topic of your choice
in each of the seven breakout sessions. You must choose
one session from each time period, in order to receive
proper CEU credit and materials.
Register by Phone or Fax with credit card:
Phone: (614) 527-6799 or (800) 766-6762 • Fax: (614) 527-6763
8:00am - SESSION 1:
12:30pm - LUNCH
If paying by check, please mail this form and payment to:
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(1A) OCT Update
Ohio Ophthalmological Society
5115 Parkcenter Ave, Ste 200 • Dublin OH 43017-7553
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(1B) Ocular Trauma
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Chicken
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Vegetarian m No lunch
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(1C) Infection Control in an Ophthalmology Practice
If special dietary requests,
contact: [email protected]
Registrant’s Name & Credentials
9:05am - SESSION 2:
1:30pm - SESSION 5:
Practice Name
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(2A) Pediatric Cataracts
Office Manager
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(2B) Neuro Ophthalmology Examination
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(5A) Bringing the LASIK Mindset to Cataract Surgery
Address
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(2C) ASC Compliance in
Ophthalmology
City Phone State (choose one)
Zip
Fax
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(3A) Cataracts: Minimizing
Post-Surgical Risk
FEES
m $200 early registration
(for staff of an OOS physician member—on or before 2/3/2017)
m $230 regular registration
(for staff of an OOS physician member—on or before 2/4/2017)
m $400 for staff of a non-member physician
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Exp. Date
Name on Card
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(3C) Ophthalmic Device Maintenance & Optimization
11:30am - SESSION 4:
(choose one)
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(4B) Retina Surgery Complications
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(4C) COT Written Exam
Review #1
Card number
Security Code m
(3B) Imaging in a Clinical
Retina Practice
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(4A) Cosmetic Eye Care
PAYMENT m Check enclosed
m Credit card
m Visa
m Mastercard
10:25am - SESSION 3:
(choose one)
Email (required for confirmation and handout links)
(choose one)
m Billing address same as above address
m Billing address is as follows:
(choose one)
(choose one)
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(5B) The Uveitis Patient…
Don’t Freak Out!
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(5C) COT Written Exam
Review #2
2:35pm - SESSION 6:
(choose one)
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(6A) Scleral Lens Grand Rounds
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(6B) Ocular Melanoma Update
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(6C) Glaucoma, Diagnosis, Medication & New Treatment Techniques
3:40pm - SESSION 7:
(choose one)
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(7A) No More Meaningful Use; What now- MACRA Measurement
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(7B) Oh ShiCrud#[email protected]! Is this Endophthalmitis?
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(7C) Veterinary Ophthalmology
PHYSICIAN
E D U C AT I O N P R O G R A M
Continuing Medical Education
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation
Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) and
the Ohio Ophthalmological Society. The OSMA is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The OSMA designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim
only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
FEATURED SPEAKERS
Deepinder Dhaliwal, MD, L.Ac
Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine; Director, Cornea, External Disease and
Refractive Surgery Services; Director and Founder, Center
for Integrative Eye Care; Director, UPMC Laser Vision/
Aesthetic Center; Associate Director, Charles T. Campbell
Ocular Microbiology Laboratory; and Director, Cornea and Refractive
Surgery Fellowship, Pittsburgh, PA
Andrew Lee, MD
Houston Methodist Eye Associates, chair of the Jack S.
Blanton Sr. Eye Institute of the Houston Methodist Hospital,
Texas Medical Center; Professor of Ophthalmology,
Neurology and Neurosurgery at Weill Cornell Medical
College; Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology at the
University of Iowa and at Baylor College of Medicine; Clinical Professor at
the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
GUEST SPEAKERS
Christopher Daugherty, MD
Anne Menke, RN, PhD
Alisha Gandhi, MD
Douglas Rhee, MD
SummaHealth Ophthalmology Residency Program,
Akron, OH
Risk Manager, Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company,
San Francisco, CA
Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, University Hospitals
and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine,
Cleveland, OH
SummaHealth Ophthalmology Residency Program,
Akron, OH
AGENDA
7:00am
BREAKFAST/REGISTRATION/VISIT EXHIBITS
8:00am
OPENING/WELCOME
8:10am
Neuro-ophthalmology for the General
Ophthalmologist: Five diagnoses you cannot afford to miss; Five medications that can blind your next patient; and Five things that every ophthalmologist needs to know about neuroimaging
W. Walker Motley, MD, President, Ohio Ophthalmological Society
Is Your Job a Pain in the Neck?
Deepinder Dhaliwal, MD, L.Ac
Ophthalmologists have a high rate of musculoskeletal disorders. Are
you aware of protective measures as well as office and operating room
factors that could potentially increase your risk?
•Discuss why ophthalmologists are at risk for
musculoskeletal disorders
•Identify preventative measures to employ during patient care
Andrew Lee, MD
Neuro-ophthalmic symptoms are similar to other conditions, which may
lead to unnecessary, expensive tests and result in delated diagnosis
and treatment of patients. The ophthalmologist is often the first physician to see the patient. Would you know what to look for?
•Discuss current and best practices in the diagnosis and
management of neuro-ophthalmic conditions
•Analyze challenging neuro-ophthalmic patient cases
9:15 am
9:45 am
Corneal Ulcers: Diagnosis and Management
Deepinder Dhaliwal, MD, L.Ac
Corneal ulcers are a common problem, and they can be difficult to
diagnose. Delay in diagnosis and incorrect therapy can lead to unfavorable outcomes. Knowing what to look for and common mistakes to
avoid can make all the difference.
•Identify features of infectious keratitis
•Select which therapy should be instituted based on findings
10:15am BREAK/VISIT EXHIBITS
10:45am Overview of New Glaucoma Procedures – Present and Upcoming, Douglas Rhee, MD
There are many new approaches to treating glaucoma surgically, yet it
is unclear as to their placement within the surgical treatment algorithm.
•Assess current surgical modalities and their mechanisms of action
•Explain the mechanistic differences of the newer surgical
procedures for glaucoma
•Discuss indications of newer surgical procedures with an
appreciation of the emerging ability to individualize the
surgical management of a particular patient
PHYSICIAN PROGRAM
OPHTHALMOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT:
SUMMA HEALTH SYSTEM
11:20am Candida Infection after Descemet’s Stripping
Endothelial Keratoplasty in Two Patients from
a Single Donor, Alisha Gandhi MD
Registration: PHYSICIAN
Deadline is Feb.17 —after this date, only credit cards
by phone will be accepted.
Easily Register Online at: WWW.OHIOEYE.ORG
Register by Phone or Fax with credit card:
Phone: (614) 527-6799 or (800) 766-6762 • Fax: (614) 527-6763
This postoperative complication can be quite rare but visually devastating.
If paying by check, please mail this form and payment to:
•Describe donor and host risk factors for postoperative
fungal infection
Ohio Ophthalmological Society
5115 Parkcenter Ave, Ste 200 • Dublin OH 43017-7553
•Identify early and late fungal keratitis after cornea transplant
•Implement ideal management and treatment for postoperative
fungal keratitis to ensure graft survival and visual acuity
11:40am Current Literature on Anticoagulation and
Ophthalmic Surgery, Christopher Daugherty, MD
Management of antiplatelet and anticoagulant treatment can be challenging for the ophthalmic surgeon due to the risk of impaired surgical view or
potentially sight-threatening hemorrhage.
Physician’s Name & Credentials
Practice Name
Address
City State •Review recent literature on antithrombotic therapy peri-operative
for ophthalmic surgery
Phone Fax
•Develop a plan to reduce risk of patients coming off needed
medications prior to ophthalmic surgery
Email
NOON
BUSINESS MEETING
12:15pm LUNCH/VISIT EXHIBITS
1:30pm
Preparing for MACRA Implementation
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Most ophthalmologists will participate in the MIPS program. It is
important to be aware of the new payment reform structure and impact
on your practice.
Zip
FEES
Cost includes refreshments, lunch and CME credit.
*Your 2017 Membership Dues must be paid by Jan. 1, 2017 or the
non-member meeting rate will apply.
m $200 early registration
(practice or individual members—on or before 2/3/2017)
m $230 regular registration
(practice or individual members­—2/4/2017 and after)
m $400 non members
•Discuss the four MIPS performance categories
•Review emerging commercial payer trends and highlight the
importance of adopting new technology, patient-reported
outcomes and patient satisfaction
LUNCH CHOICE
2:40pm
Prevent Falls in the Ophthalmic Office and the OR
Anne Menke, RN, PhD
When falls happen in physician office or ambulatory surgery center,
some patients and their families assume that physicians and staff members should have predicted and prevented the falls, and sue for malpractice. This talk will present a study of malpractice claims filed by patients
who were injured while receiving ophthalmic care.
•Determine the circumstances surrounding falls in the
ophthalmic office and the OR
•Identify factors that increase the likelihood of falls
•Clarify ways to identify and assist patients most at risk.
* Attendance is required to receive the OMIC premium discount
3:45pm
CLOSING COMMENTS/PROGRAM EVALUATION
4:00pm
ADJOURN
If no selection is made you will be given a chicken entrée.
Contact the OSMA at [email protected] with special dietary other
accommodation requests.
m Chicken
m Beef
m Vegetarian
m No lunch
m Mastercard
mAmex
PAYMENT
m Check enclosed
m Credit card
m Visa
Card number
Security Code Exp. Date
Name on Card
m Billing address same as above address
m Billing address is as follows:
Ohio Ophthalmological Society
5115 Parkcenter Avenue
Suite 200
Dublin, OH 43017
ph: (614) 527-6799 • fax: (614) 527-6763
email: [email protected]
www.ohioeye.org
2017 Annual Meeting • Feb 25
OOS CONTINUING
EDUCATION DATES
2017 Coding & Billing
Seminars with Joy Newby
MARCH 8
CINCINNATI
Hilton Garden Inn 9306 Schulze Drive
West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 771-7744
MARCH 14
INDEPENDENCE
Holiday Inn
6001 Rockside Road
Independence, OH 44131
(216) 524-8050
MARCH 15
COLUMBUS
Conference Center
at the OCLC
6565 Kilgour Place
Dublin, OH 43017
(614) 764-6000
THANK YOU TO
OUR EXHIBITORS!
Plan on visiting with these
companies to discuss their products
and services and how they might
help your practice.
This list includes those who had paid to exhibit
at the time of printing this program.
Abbott Medical Optics Inc.
Allergan
Bausch + Lomb
Bio-Tissue
Carl Zeiss Meditec
Glaukos
Iridex Corporation
Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio
Lombart Instruments
Marco
Modernizing Medicine
Nidek
OMIC – Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company
Regeneron
Retina Vitreous Associates
Shire
SurgicalOne, Inc.