The future of ophthalmology: Part II

In this second installment, ophthalmologists share how their expectations for "the year of the eye" have compared and contrasted to reality amid the global pandemic.

Alice Epitropoulos, MD, FACS (Cataract and Refractive Center of Ohio), and Dee Stephenson, MD, FACS (president, American Board of Eye Surgery), speak with Ophthalmology Times'® David Hutton on how the use of telemedicine for patient care during the coronavirus pandemic may be the new norm, what's in the lens pipeline, as well as how the expectation versus reality for 2020 in the ophthalmic space have compared.

Watch the first installment here

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