Video projection and artificial intelligence (AI) are some of the features that differentiate devices in the low vision space.
Products that tackle the vision issues associated with cold weather sports and how to sell them.
Bells and whistles your paper charts definitely don't possess.
With about 200 different telehealth models being run today, ECPs have to decide which tools, if any, add value to their services.
8 options that address the three factors patients want in their golf glasses.
And smart ways to get their parents on board.
The latest models available and smart ways to use the latest technology.
Why tell patients the lenses benefits when several companies now allow you to show them.
While reducing turnaround time and errors for happier patients.
Frame companies partner with lens manufacturers to offer combined product.
Plus 6 of the newest products on the market.
Check these prescription solutions for snowy conditions.
The national eye institute estimates that by 2050 the number of people with visual impairment and blindness in the U.S. will double to 8 million. Low...
What's an EHR and an EMR?
Any bikers who need Rx’able sunglasses or love splashy colors will find there’s more than enough choice out there.
Multifocal contact lenses can be a good choice for presbyopes, come in both soft and rigid gas permeable lens materials, and can be used for daily...
With small, handheld diagnostic instruments ODs can carry out complete refractive exams anywhere, for a company’s staff on-site, at schools, nursing homes or on mission trips.
Gas permeable (GP) contacts are rigid lenses that comprise about 10 percent of the contact lens market. While the market for corneal lenses is declining, the...
Eye drops, fish oil tablets and punctal plugs: No, these aren’t garage bands you never heard of. They all treat the signs and symptoms of dry...
An estimated 2,000 people a day injure their eyes on the job, according to Prevent Blindness America. About 90 percent of these injuries could be prevented...