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Symposium

AECOS Summer Symposium 2017

American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery
UT 84060 Park City, USA
Veranstaltungsnummer: 25490
Gebühren ab: 500,00 USD
verfügbare Plätze: unbegrenzt
Sprache: Englisch

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  • Datum
    13.07.2017, 13:00 - 16.07.2017, 12:00
    Veranstalter
    American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery welcomes you to the 7th Annual AECOS Summer Symposium. This dynamic meeting, held annually for the past six​ years in Deer Valley, Utah, has expanded to incorporate a series of extensive, peer-to-peer case discussion and video sessions. This year, the Program Committee has actively solicited topics from past meeting participants in order to create a highly relevant program that will drive interactive discussion and perhaps even controversy.
    Gebühren

    Fachärzte

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    500,00 USD
    Hinweis
    AECOS Member Physician or AECOS Faculty: $500,00

    Non-AECOS Member, Physician: $950,00

    Guest of registered Attendee: $300,00

    Ärzte/-innen in Weiterbildung

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    500,00 USD
    Hinweis
    AECOS Member Physician or AECOS Faculty: $500,00

    Non-AECOS Member, Physician: $950,00

    Guest of registered Attendee: $300,00

    Industriemitarbeiter/-innen

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    500,00 USD
    Hinweis
    AECOS Member - Industry (non-commercial): $500,00


    Guest of registered Attendee: $300,00
  • THURSDAY, JULY 13


    1:00 pm | Lunch Reception (Astor Ballroom, Pre-function Area)
    2:00 pm | Opening Remarks


    Opening Session: Hot Topics!
    Moderators: Steven Dell, MD and Stephen Slade, MD
    ▪ AECOS Update
    ▪ Industry Keynote
    ▪ Report from Washington
    ▪ Industry Panel
    ▪ Practice Management: Concepts & Controversies


    3:00 pm | Role Play: Panelists present real life difficult situations with cataract and refractive patients
    Case 1: My femto went down at 8am and I have 25 people scheduled. Now what?
    Case 2: Patient wrote a lousy online review but has an excellent surgical result. How do I handle?
    Case 3: I am seeing a sharp increase in surgical complications from a respected local colleague in her late
    70s. She practices in a group. What are my obligations here?
    Case 4: A patient preparing for surgery has alienated several staff members, but is always nice to me. My
    surgery scheduler is advising we not treat the patient. She is referred by my top referral source.


    4:30 | Session 2: Case Presentations (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderators: William Trattler, MD and William Wiley, MD
    Pharma Case 1:
    Compounded medication injection problem
    Pharma Case 2:
    Steroid responder would like PRK
    Pharma Case 3:
    Severe DES patient with history of medicamentosa needs better IOP control on 2 meds
    Cataract Case 1:
    Hyperopic patient with cataract and high angle kappa wants no glasses after surgery
    Cataract Case 2:
    White cataract with poor zonular support
    Cataract Case 3:
    ICL patient now has a cataract


    6:30 pm | Adjourn


    6:30 - 9:00 pm | AECOS Exhibitors Reception (Astor Terrace)


    FRIDAY, JULY 14


    06:00 am | Breakfast with the Experts (Astor Terrace)
    07:00 am | Session 3: MIGs Case Presentations (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderators: Steven Vold, MD and George Waring IV, MD
    Case 1:
    MIGS patient waves the Argentinian Flag
    Case 2:
    Hydrus case
    Case 3:
    Patient with severe glaucoma after failed Trab


    08:00 am | Session 4: That Orange Thing in the Back of the Eye, an hour with Dr. Charles (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderator: Steve Charles, MD
    Case 1:
    Routine cataract, you just broke the capsule early in phaco, now what?
    Case 2:
    Patient has severe floaters and reads online they can be lasered
    Case 3: TBD

    09:00 am | Session 5: Challenging Cases: IOL Selections
    Moderators: Steven Dell, MD and George Waring IV, MD
    Case 1:
    Patient with mild Fuchs wants no glasses after cataract surgery
    Case 2:
    Iris defect trauma case wants no glasses after cataract surgery
    Case 3:
    Severe keratoconus patient who refuses to wear glasses post cataract surgery


    10:00 am | Break


    10:30 am | Session 6: Complex Cataract Cases (100% video, no slides, 10 min ea including discussion)
    Moderators: Robert Weinstock, MD and William Wiley, MD


    12:00 pm | Adjourn


    SATURDAY, JULY 15


    06:00 am | Breakfast with the Experts (Astor Terrace)
    07:00 am | Session 7: Practice Impossible! (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderator: Steven Dell, MD and Matt Jensen, MBA
    Case 1: Contaminated injectables crisis management
    Case 2: Dry Eye Monetized
    Case 3: Starting over


    08:00 am |  Presentation of AECOS Visionary Award Steven Dell, MD
    AECOS Visionary Award Lecture David Chang, MD


    08:20 am | Session 8: Managing the Practice Experience (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderators: Stephen Slade, MD and Robert Weinstock, MD
    Case 1:
    Case 2:
    Case 3:


    09:30 am |  Break

    10:00 am | Session 9: My Best Pearls (8 min videos, no slides)
    Moderators: William Trattler, MD and George Waring IV, MD


    11:52 am | Discussion


    12:00 pm | Adjourn
    5:00 pm | AECOS 3D “Afternoon at the Movies” (Astor Ballroom & Pre-function Area)
    Moderators: Robert Weinstock, MD and William Wiley, MD


    6:30 pm | AECOS Annual Cookout (Mountain Terrace)


    SUNDAY, JULY 16


    06:00 am | Breakfast with the Experts
    07:00 am | Session 10: Innovators Session (6 min each + 2 min discussion)
    Moderator: William Link, PhD


    08:04 am | Session 11: Corneal Refractive Surgery for Pros (20 min case presentations/discussions)
    Moderators: John Doane, MD and Stephen Slade, MD


    10:05 am | Break
    10:30 am | Session 12: Cross-Linking Cases (20 min case presentations/discussions
    Moderator: William Trattler, MD


    12:00 pm | AECOS 2017 Summer Symposium Concludes

  • The St. Regis Deer Valley

    American-European Congress of Ophthalmic Surgery
    AECOS
    Tel.: +1 855-674 7874
    Fax: +1 484 932 0056

  •  Registration required. For further information please contact the organizer.