Out With the Old, In With the New

By Rebecca Hepp / Senior Associate Editor, Review of Optometry
Monday, October 17, 2016 12:00 AM Technology has become a staple in today’s optometric practice; gone are the days when a Snellen eye chart and a phoropter were all you needed to care for the majority of your patients. Today, autorefractors, digital fundus cameras and optical coherence tomographers (OCT) are just a few items that grace your office space and help you provide exceptional patient care. But with this technological boom comes a constant need to upgrade—which often comes with a big price tag.