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Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2023
Featuring a Combined Program for Nurses and Administrators

Hawaiian Eye and Retina 2023
Featuring a Combined Program for Nurses and Administrators

Datum
14.01.2023, 06:30 - 20.01.2023, 10:30
Symposium
Koloa
Sprache
Englisch
Gebühren ab
540.00 EUR
Veranstalter
Association and Meeting Solutions
Organisator

Vindico Medical Education, LLC
Accreditation with Commendation
Accredited by ACCME
Faith Bantivoglio
 Tel.: + 1 (856) 994-9400
6900 Grove Road
Building 100
Thorofare , NJ 08086-9447
USA

 

 

 

 

 

Join 1,500 comprehensive ophthalmologists, retina specialists, administrators, nurses and allied health professionals for the best educational experience in ophthalmology. Hawaiian Eye & Retina offer a high quality program for each group featuring an outstanding faculty and a casual environment that’s makes learning and networking comfortable and motivating to look at new technologies.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    14.01.2023, 06:30 - 20.01.2023, 10:30
    Symposium
    Koloa
    Sprache
    Englisch
    Gebühren ab
    540.00 EUR
    Veranstalter
    Association and Meeting Solutions
    Organisator

    Vindico Medical Education, LLC
    Accreditation with Commendation
    Accredited by ACCME
    Faith Bantivoglio
     Tel.: + 1 (856) 994-9400
    6900 Grove Road
    Building 100
    Thorofare , NJ 08086-9447
    USA

     

     

     

     

     

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Grand Hyatt Kauai
    1571 Poipu Road
    HI 96756 Koloa, US
  • Programm

    Comprehensive Program - The intended audience for this activity is comprehensive ophthalmologists.

    Oculoplastics & Aesthetics Session (Saturday)

    • Summarize the latest knowledge about eyelid pathology, as well as advances in the surgical and reconstructive repair of lesions and malpositions.
    • Assess new information about the management of thyroid eye disease.
    • Evaluate aesthetic procedures for eyelid blepharoplasty, as well as the use of neuromodulators and fillers, and strategies that can minimize complications.
    • Assess the role of non-surgical aesthetic enhancements in everyday clinical practice.
    • Examine functional and aesthetic oculoplastic skills that will strengthen the ability to identify and treat eyelid lesions, malpositions, ptosis, thyroid eye disease, as well as illustrate the ability to incorporate non-surgical aesthetic enhancements into an ophthalmology practice.

    Medical Retina and Uveitis Session (Saturday)

    • Assess emerging therapies under investigation for neovascular age-related macular degeneration, diabetic macular edema, and other retinal disorders.
    • Examine current management options for postoperative inflammation, as well as for endophthalmitis.
    • Assess strategies that improve the differential diagnosis and management of uveitis.
    • Evaluate treatment options that can improve the management of proliferative diabetic retinopathy.

    General Sessions (Sunday to Friday)

    • Assess instrumentation for cataract removal, current options and indications for intraocular lenses, and perioperative procedures that may achieve better results in patients.
    • Describe the current status of lens selection and replacement surgery using multifocal, trifocal, toric, accommodating intraocular lens implants, extended depth of focus IOLs, and refractive IOLs, as well as their impact on patient results.
    • Identify new techniques and develop strategies for the management of cataract, cataract with glaucoma, and refractive surgery complications.
    • Recognize new treatment techniques and technologies, and the benefit of preoperative decision making, to improve patient satisfaction following cataract and/or refractive surgery.
    • Examine the use of medical, surgical, and new management tools that have the potential to improve outcomes in patients with glaucoma.
    • Analyze current concepts for the management of corneal and external diseases, ocular surface disorders, ocular infection, inflammation, and pain.
    • Recognize, evaluate, and manage neuro-ophthalmologic processes.
    • Assess the latest information and science pertaining to pediatric ophthalmological disorders.
    • Describe new findings in ocular oncology and how they may improve patient care.
    • Examine the latest updates in practice management that serve to improve patient care.
    • Summarize the latest evidence pertaining to the medical management of retinal disorders and uveitis.

    Retina Programm - The intended audience for this activity is retina specialists and other health care professionals involved in the management of patients with retinal disease.

    Learning Objectives: General Sessions (Monday to Friday)

    Upon completion of this activity, attendees will have better knowledge of the following subject matters:

    • Describe the use of machine learning to enhance diagnostic capabilities.
    • Assess tips and tricks for the use of multimodal imaging in the management of uveitis
    • Explore the use of OCT and OCTA in the management of macular disease.
    • Review complement modulation techniques in the management of dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
    • Evaluate new pathways in the management of retinal vascular diseases.
    • Compare the efficacy, safety, and durability of current wet AMD treatments.
    • Determine the best treatment strategies to maximize long-term vision outcomes in patients with wet AMD.
    • Recognize the unmet needs in managing dry and wet AMD.
    • Assess the potential role of future wet AMD treatments.
    • Evaluate the latest clinical trial results for emerging geographic atrophy therapies.
    • Summarize new concepts in the pathogenesis of diabetic retinopathy.
    • Assess new imaging technologies for their ability to better manage and classify retinal vascular disease.
    • Examine an evidenced-based approach for the management of retinal vascular disease.
    • Evaluate the latest clinical trial results for retinal vascular disease.
    • Describe best practices for eyes with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) that require surgical management.
    • Summarize current knowledge about the management of pediatric retinal disorders, uveitis, and posterior pole tumors.
    • Review the utility of multimodal imaging in pediatric retinal disorders and posterior pole tumors.
    • Examine current management strategies for pediatric retinal detachment.
    • Assess challenging cases and clinical pearls for the diagnosis of white dot retinal disorders and uveitis
    • Review current and early phase management strategies for ocular tumors
    • Explore current insights and practical considerations in the management of inherited retinal diseases.
    • Describe techniques that may improve outcomes in patients undergoing macular surgery.
    • Assess new instrumentation utilized in vitreoretinal surgery.
    • Examine controversies in the management of retinal detachment.

    Nurse / Technician Program - The intended audience for this activity is ophthalmic nurses, technicians and allied health professionals.

    Learning Objectives: General Sessions

    Upon completion of this activity, attendees will have better knowledge of the following subject matters:

    • Examine current evidence about the diagnosis and treatment of corneal disorders, including dry eye and ocular surface diseases.
    • Summarize advances in cataract and refractive surgery including lens implantation and compliance, presbyopia correcting eyedrops, light adjustable lens, sedation, and quality assurance programs.
    • Describe new advances in the management of retinal disorders such as the use of sustained drug delivery systems and 3D surgery, as well as the care for floaters, rare pediatric retinal disease, ocular inflammation, and uveitis.
    • Assess current science regarding neuroprotection, pseudoexfoliative glaucoma, the use of artificial intelligence, as well as the effects of lifestyle on glaucoma management.
    • Describe new evidence pertaining to the diagnosis and management of neuro-ophthalmic disorders.
    • Describe office management processes and procedures that improve the flow and efficiency in clinic settings and ultimately improve patient care.

    Administrator Program - The intended audience for this activity is ophthalmic administrators, department heads and managing partner physicians.

    Learning Objectives: General Sessions

    Upon completion of this activity, attendees will have better knowledge of the following subject matters:

    • Recognize current market trends and strategic practice development opportunities.
    • Identify critical operational issues covering a broad scope of practice management topics including governance, financial analysis, organizational development, contracting, cost containment and growth opportunities.
    • Evaluate current reimbursement and compliance issues, maintain appropriate chart documentation, and identify new opportunities for practice development.
    • Anticipate risk management issues and proactively implement preventative strategies.
    • Assess the role of practice administrator and provide unique ideas and fresh approaches to practice fundamentals, leadership, board interaction, staffing challenges and peer-to-peer interaction.
    • Evaluate new software technologies to improve practice efficiencies, enhance the quality and integrity of patient care, and present creative solutions for activities such as patient collections, staff training and communication.
    • Recognize new patient treatment opportunities and/or patient care models.
    • Examine updated marketing trends for brand awareness and promotion of practice services.
    • Discover key issues facing your practice through information shared during panel discussions led by industry experts.

     

  • Gebühren
    Fachärzte/-innen
    Gebühren ab
    1.750,00 EUR
    Early Bird bis 30.07.2022
    1.500,00 EUR
    Ärzte/-innen in Weiterbildung
    Gebühren ab
    540,00 EUR
    Studenten/-innen
    Gebühren ab
    540,00 EUR
    medizinisches Fachpersonal
    Gebühren ab
    1.075,00 EUR
    Early Bird bis 30.07.2022
    825,00 EUR
    Orthoptisten/-innen
    Gebühren ab
    1.750,00 EUR
    Early Bird bis 30.07.2022
    1.500,00 EUR
    Industriemitarbeiter/-innen
    Gebühren ab
    3.500,00 EUR
  • Buchung / Anmeldung

    Registration required. Please contact the organizer for further information.

  • Zertifizierung
    Zertifizierung beantragt für CME Punkte bei der Sonstige

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