The Vision Council Offers Industry-Focused Infographic of Digital Eye Strain Report

By Staff
Tuesday, April 26, 2016 3:00 PM ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The Vision Council www.thevisioncouncil.org has developed an industry-focused version of the successful consumer Digital Eye Strain Report, which is now available to Vision Council members.

VSP Vision Care Survey Finds U.S. Teens Have Spent One-Third of Their Life Staring at Screens

By Staff
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 12:24 AM RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif.—Although many parents worry about how much time their teenagers spend glued to their smartphones, tablets and other digital devices, most are unaware of how it affects their children’s vision and overall health.

Vision Monday Takes Readers ‘Inside the Blue Boom,’ and Vision Council Presents Blue Light Forum

By Staff
Monday, April 11, 2016 12:29 AM NEW YORK—The groundswell of interest around blue light and its effects on our vision and overall health is fueling a boom in optical sales unlike any other in recent years.

December 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Increase from November 2015

By Staff
Friday, January 22, 2016 12:27 AM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for December 2015 increased to 3.93 from a November 2015 rating of 3.80.

December 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Increase from November 2015

By Jamie Wilson
Thursday, January 21, 2016 12:03 PM

NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for November 2015 increased slightly to 3.80 from an October 2015 rating of 3.76. Additionally, compared to November 2014, the rating is up from 3.72, and when further compared to November 2013, the rating increased compared to a rating of 3.58.

November 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Increase From October 2015

By Staff
Monday, December 21, 2015 12:27 AM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for November 2015 increased slightly to 3.80 from an October 2015 rating of 3.76.

November 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Increase From October 2015

By Staff
Monday, December 21, 2015 12:24 AM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for November 2015 increased slightly to 3.80 from an October 2015 rating of 3.76.

November 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Increase From October 2015

By Jamie Wilson
Friday, December 18, 2015 12:00 PM

NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for November 2015 increased slightly to 3.80 from an October 2015 rating of 3.76. Additionally, compared to November 2014, the rating is up from 3.72, and when further compared to November 2013, the rating increased compared to a rating of 3.58.

UnitedHealthcare’s Vision Plan Ranks Highest in J.D. Power 2015 Vision Plan Member Satisfaction Reports

By Staff
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 12:21 AM WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif.— UnitedHealthcare ranked highest in customer satisfaction with vision plan carriers, according to the J.D. Power 2015 Vision Plan Satisfaction Report. The company performed particularly well in coverage, cost and communications, according to the report.

October 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Decrease From September 2015

By Staff
Monday, November 23, 2015 12:27 AM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for October 2015 decreased slightly to 3.76 from a September 2015 rating of 3.89.

October 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Decrease From September 2015

By Staff
Monday, November 23, 2015 12:24 AM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for October 2015 decreased slightly to 3.76 from a September 2015 rating of 3.89.

October 2015 OBB Rating Shows Slight Decrease From September 2015

By Jamie Wilson
Friday, November 20, 2015 1:15 PM NEW YORK—The latest Optical Business Barometer (OBB) report from Jobson Optical Research, which gauges the attitudes about their business and their business outlook among independent eyecare professionals, shows that the overall optical business rating for April 2015 decreased slightly to 3.83 from a March 2015 rating of 3.84.

Total U.S. Vision Care Market Grew 6.3 Percent for 12 Months Ending September 2015

By Staff
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 12:24 AM NEW YORK—The Vision Council’s latest VisionWatch report reflects a 6.3 percent gain in dollar sales for the 12 months ending September 2015, for the U.S. vision care market to reach sales $39.4 billion.

ICD-10 Quick Conversion Chart Is Now Available

By Staff
Monday, November 2, 2015 12:21 AM NEW YORK—The ICD-10 Quick Conversion Chart for Optometrists is now available for download on the Jobson Optical Research website.

Jobson Optical Research’s 2014 ECP Internet Usage Study Is Now Available

By Staff
Wednesday, October 28, 2015 12:15 AM NEW YORK—The 2014 ECP Internet Usage study, now available from Jobson Optical Research, explores how today’s eyecare professionals are using internet technology with patients in their practice.
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