Scientific Sessions will provide physicians and ophthalmic nurses the latest clinical developments in ophthalmology that can be immediately implemented into practice.
Coding and Reimbursement Update will provide physicians and coding experts the most current information specific to coding and reimbursement that will help your practice bill for the highest allowable reimbursement and avoid penalties and denials.
Young Ophthalmologists Program offers residents, fellows and new to practice ophthalmologists with information on practice building, work-life balance, personal finance to assist them as they are beginning to build their careers.
JCAHPO Ophthalmic Allied Personnel Program is designed to increase the knowledge and skills of Allied Ophthalmic Personnel (AOP) as they work toward certification, recertification and lifelong learning.
Friday, October 9 | 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Introduction to MSICS
Learn how to be a humanitarian surgeon with SEE! This one-day lecture & wet lab course is ideal for board certified ophthalmologists or residents in their final year of training eager to become involved in humanitarian ophthalmology. CME units are available. This course is limited to 8 registrants. For more information or to register, please visit: www.seeintl.org/fl-msics-june2020/.
Jeffrey H. Levenson MD
Chief Medical Officer, SEE International