Tampa Bay Ophthalmological Society Meeting
The FSO 2015-2016 Membership Directory is available for members to download online.
The Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO) is conducting a survey with the goal of identifying top tier/high frequency challenges faced by members when dealing with third party payers affecting productivity and effectiveness. We are going to catalog the issues and then address the top tier items with suggested solutions derived from other members or engage in consultation with other experts. READ MORE
Revisit the 2015 Masters in Ophthalmology Meeting with very special presentations recreated in a desktop, laptop and tablet friendly format featuring complete audio and slides from the our main program as well as from our Sunday sub-specialty Workshops.
On Wednesday, April 1, at the urging of the Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO) and other health organizations, the Florida Senate designated August 2015 as "Amblyopia Awareness Month" to educate Florida parents on the importance of vision screening at an early age.
Fewer than 20 percent of preschool kids are currently being screened for vision problems despite serious, but treatable, eye disorders found in young children. Recognizing this fact, the Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO)—joined by two Florida senators, Joseph Abruzzo (D-Boynton Beach) and Maria Sachs (D-Delray Beach) - launched its first-ever pediatric vision screening awareness campaign: August’s Amblyopia Awareness Month, as designated by the Florida Senate.
Dr. Rick Bendel was featured on local news as part of the new pediatric vision-screening program starting out in Jacksonville. FSO is partnering with several eye-screening organizations to get children under the age of 5 tested. The society will visit summer camps, day cares and libraries with a human-sized eagle mascot named "Eagle Eye."
Are you still receiving paper remittances through regular mail? Electronic formats are now available. Read the title to learn more.
There has been a recent change in the Florida law regarding co-management of patients. The new law took effect on July 1, 2013. The Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO) and its general counsel have worked closely with OMIC to develop two sample forms to aid you in compliance with the new law.
The following individuals were elected to serve as officers of the FSO for the 2015-2016 membership year. The FSO board approved the nominations at its board meeting held in Palm Beach, FL on June 26, 2015. The FSO membership voted unanimously to approve the slate.
Masters in Ophthalmology 2016