The selection of an academic health center (AHC) chair is the most important choice a health system can make regarding the future of health care in America. Within ophthalmology, this is true whether an ophthalmologist goes into private practice or academics. It’s so important because department chairs recruit and retain clinicians and scientists who train future generations of doctors, discover new cures for disease through research, and deliver high-quality clinical care from these AHC’s across the country. Read More