This year’s topic is the promise and pitfalls of information technology, artificial intelligence, and big data for vision and eye health.
It's its second year helping raise funds and awareness to help over 1 million people receive proper access to eyecare.
It represents over 200,000 optometrists in more than 80 countries.
They will be available worldwide starting in November 2019.
The goal is to provide quality eyecare to school-age children in need.
It will offer multiple medical plans to choose from.
It will continue to operate under the same name.
It will be launching in January of 2020.
A new category has been added.
He brings extensive pediatrics clinical experience.
Also, supporters from over eight countries will be hosting local events in honor of World Sight Day.
It will launch at the AAO 2019 in San Francisco, October 12-15, 2019.
It's a three-year partnership starting in January 2021.
Healthcare professionals have access to 80+ medical apps.
It was participated by 40 of the industry’s most ‘followed’ and influential eyecare professionals, trade media and brand representatives.
The deadline is Nov. 15.
$7,000 in grants will be awarded to three third- and fourth-year optometry students.
Collections are set for global release in September 2020.
It will bring disposable contact lens to market in January of 2020.
Non-profit group urges consumers to seek expert advice, obtain a prescription for all contact lenses.