Thursday, June 24, 2021 12:27 AM
NEW YORK—Many leading retail execs, eyecare professionals, key opinion leaders and suppliers tuned in yesterday afternoon to the first virtual session of this year's VM Leadership Summit. Yesterday's session, titled VirtualEYZE!
, examined the opportunities for telehealth to expand eyecare's boundaries and featured updates sharing the ophthalmic perspective from an ocular telehealth expert at the American Telemedicine Association, two experienced reimbursement executives and a first-of-its-kind discussion with a mix of eyecare practitioners and execs sharing their own experience with remote, comprehensive eye exams before, during and in the current stage of the pandemic.
Monday, June 21, 2021 12:30 AM
NEW YORK—With just two days to go before the opening session of the 2021 Vision Monday Leadership Summit
, event organizers said that late registrations
are still being accepted. The one-time-only session, VirtualEYZE!
, will explore how virtual health is expanding eyecare’s boundaries. It will be held Wednesday, June 23, from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
. Virtual eyecare, in the form of comprehensive eye exams performed remotely with the direct involvement of an optometrist, is rapidly gaining favor with both patients and practitioners.
Thursday, June 10, 2021 12:33 AM
NEW YORK—Virtual eyecare, in the form of comprehensive eye exams performed remotely with the direct involvement of an optometrist, is rapidly gaining favor with both patients and practitioners. VirtualEYZE!
, the lead-off session of the 2021 Vision Monday Leadership Summit, will explore how this reimagining of vision care—a form of “Creative Disruption”—is opening up new possibilities for optometrists in all modes of practice. This one-time-only event is the first in the multi-part 2021 VM Summit program, "CREATIVE DISRUPTION, THE NEW NOW: How to Survive It. Why You Need It."
It will bring together experienced optometrists, optical retail executives, insurance reimbursement experts and the former chair of the American Telemedicine Association’s ocular telehealth committee to present an up-to-the-minute take on how this new form of eyecare is gaining ground and credibility.
Friday, May 21, 2021 12:30 AM
NEW YORK—New dates have been announced for two virtual events that are part of the 2021 Vision Monday Leadership Summit
. The lead-off Summit event, “VirtualEYZE! How Virtual Health is Expanding Eyecare's Boundaries,” is being rescheduled from June 9 to Wednesday, June 23, from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET. The second event, “ALL-CONSUMING: A Deep Dive into the New Consumer Mindset,” which was originally set for July 14, is now scheduled for Wednesday, August 11, from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET. Registration includes both virtual broadcasts, full access to the VM Summit virtual platform, networking, on-demand viewing, door prizes, and exclusive access to attendees-only content after the event. Optometrists, opticians, ophthalmologists and students can register for no charge. All other industry registration is $99. Details and registration are posted here
Monday, May 10, 2021 12:27 AM
NEW YORK—As all businesses and eyecare professional leaders continue to grapple with the impact of the pandemic, Vision Monday's Leadership Summit
will bring forward a series of conversations, virtual sessions and exclusive events in 2021. Registration is open now for the multi-part program titled, "Creative Disruption, The New Now: How to Survive It. Why You Need It." The 2021 VM Leadership Summit will consist of two virtual session events in June and July, leading into one in-person live + virtual event in September.
Friday, April 30, 2021 12:33 AM
NEW YORK—As evidenced by recent news and Vision Monday's
own coverage of pharmacy chains, retailer groups and new competitive business models expanding their commitments in the primary and specialty healthcare space, there is a new interchange between the worlds of "retail" and "healthcare" growing within the current business climate. It's the topic of this week's latest short video, Micro Chats on Macro Trends, a series of conversations between VM
editorial director Marge Axelrad and lens and technology editor Andrew Karp. The video can be viewed by clicking here
Friday, April 23, 2021 12:30 AM
NEW YORK—Organized optometry has worked long and hard on widening its scope of practice and this widening scope offers much opportunity as the profession continues to work to raise its profile among all healthcare professionals in the wake of the pandemic. The matter of Optometry's Widening Scope
is experiencing a crescendo in light of the rapidly changing healthcare landscape. It's the topic of this week's latest short video, Micro Chats on Macro Trends, a series of conversations between VM
editorial director Marge Axelrad and lens and technology editor Andrew Karp. The video is the 5th in a 6-part series that examines significant trends influencing the way healthcare providers and optical retailers are doing business today, while preparing for the “next normal.” The video can be viewed below or by clicking here
Friday, April 16, 2021 12:27 AM
NEW YORK—The pandemic has exposed cracks in our healthcare system, leaving many patients feeling disconnected, distrustful, and scared. In response, healthcare providers need to rebuild trust and re-engage with patients. VM
editorial director Marge Axelrad and lens and tech editor Andrew Karp discuss this new dynamic in their latest video conversation, Re-Establishing Trust in Healthcare
. The video is the fourth in a six-part weekly series called “Micro Chats on Macro Trends,” that examines significant trends that are influencing the way healthcare providers and optical retailers are doing business today, while preparing for the “next normal.” The video, titled Re-Establishing Trust in Healthcare, can be viewed here
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 12:27 AM
NEW YORK—With millions of Americans facing job losses and other economic hardships resulting from the pandemic, providing access to healthcare for those in need has taken on new urgency. The crisis is prompting healthcare policy makers and researchers to sharpen their focus on the underlying causes that prevent many people from getting the healthcare services they need. In a new video, “Access to Care: The Social Determinants of Health,” VM
editorial director Marge Axelrad and lens and technology editor Andrew Karp discuss this timely topic and how it impacts vision care. The video, the third in a series of “Micro Chats on Macro Topics,” can be viewed here