New study finds iPhone displays ophthalmic images better than computers – This week in review

Ophthalmologist invents innovative indoor golf net

Aug 17, 2012

Check out this video demonstration of Swing Box, indoor golf net invented by Joe Lee, MD, ophthalmologist.

Dr. Alex V. Levin wins PBA research grant

Aug 16, 2012
By:Ophthalmology Times Staff Reports
Alex V. Levin, MD, chief of pediatric ophthalmology and ocular genetics at Wills Eye Institute, has received a grant from Prevent Blindness America.

WCO accepting nominations for awards

Aug 16, 2012
The World Council of Optometry is asking for nominations for the Distinguished Service Award and the International Optometrist Award.

Bascom Palmer again tops U.S. News rankings

Aug 16, 2012
By:Ophthalmology Times Staff Reports
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami is the top ophthalmology hospital for the ninth year in a row, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Neighborhood pharmacy report: Retail clinic industry increases scope of care to meet patients’ needs

Aug 16, 2012
By:From staff reports
Healthcare delivery in the United States has evolved as more patients visit their neighborhood retail clinics for acute and preventive care.

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Aug 16, 2012
By:Ophthalmology Times Staff Reports
Prevent Blindness America (PBA) has declared August as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month to educate parents on the importance of children’s healthy vision.

PTK provides excellent outcomes in astigmatism, corneal opacity

Aug 16, 2012
By:Lynda Charters
Phototherapeutic keratectomy (PTK) provides excellent visual outcomes in patients with irregular astigmatism and corneal opacity.

VSP Vision Care programs provide free eye care, eye wear

Aug 16, 2012
By:Ophthalmology Times Staff Reports
VSP Vision Care estimates it has spent about $150 million to provide free eye care and eyewear to 775,000 low-income, uninsured people in the past 15 years.

New study finds iPhone displays ophthalmic images better than computers

Aug 16, 2012

In a study from Emory University in Atlanta, ophthalmologists rated the same images higher on iPhone screens than desktop computer screens.

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