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What Rendia readers found most interesting on our blog

The year and the decade are coming to a close. A lot has changed in health care during that time, and we here at Rendia covered many of the changes, challenges, and innovations on our blog. In 2019, as in past years, we found that our readers were especially interested in new treatments and therapies, particularly in eye care. But this year our top posts also revealed an increased interest in meeting the needs of all patients. Read on to find out what posts got the most attention over the past 12 months. Read More

The only lens that can be customized after cataract surgery

Imagine not having to worry about patients’ complaints about refractive errors after cataract surgery. Imagine patients not having to wonder if they made the right decision between monovision or full distance correction. Well, this is now a reality as the “truly disruptive” technology of RxSight Light Adjustable Lens (LAL) will become commercially available in early 2020. It is the first and only lens that can be adjusted after cataract surgery. Read More

3 factors to focus on with your patients

The bad news is that most doctors will face a malpractice lawsuit at some point in their careers. A 2011 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that an estimated 75 percent of physicians in low-risk specialties and a shocking 99 percent of physicians in high-risk surgical specialties would face a malpractice claim by the age of 65. Read More

The cost of this growing condition to patients and practices

While it was once perceived as a minor irritation, today dry eye disease (DED) is considered a “critical and significant public health issue” in the U.S., according to the Ophthalmology Times. An estimated 16 million Americans have been diagnosed with DED, but the actual number of people affected is much higher. Some studies show that nearly half of all U.S. adults experience dry eye signs and symptoms, which include watery, itchy, or burning eyes, sensitivity to light, and blurred vision—significantly impacting their quality of life. Read More

A patented in-office procedure plus at-home care gives patients relief from this common condition

Blepharitis is one of the most common eye conditions, and yet it is one of the most under-diagnosed. Why? First, like dry eye or allergies, blepharitis symptoms can be mild or easily mistaken for other issues. So patients may dismiss symptoms, not knowing there’s a name or treatment for what they’re experiencing. Second, blepharitis—by definition, inflammation of the eyelids—often isn’t diagnosed until it is severe, which involves debris or discharge on the lashes.  Read More

Be proactive about patient intakes and screening to identify those at risk

In July, the U.S. Congress passed legislation to extend coverage of health care costs for rescue workers and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The bill will fund all current and future medical claims from 9/11 survivors through 2092, as well as residents who lived near the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa., where United Flight 93 crashed, reported the Wall Street JournalRead More