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Ophthalmology Roundtable: Eye Surgery Centers: Opportunities, Challenges and Value-Added Services

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EYE SURGERY CENTERS: OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND VALUE-ADDED PROCEDURES OPHTHALMOLOGY ROUNDTABLE Ophthalmologists and eye centers have undergone significant changes over the past few years. Challenges related to health- care reform, reimbursement and claims denials have caused some difficulty, but resilient surgeons and centers have found ways to overcome these obstacles. In this section, ophthalmologist and eye center leaders discuss their experiences, strategies for success and best opportunities for the future. Ophthalmology Roundtable: Trends & Opportunities Paul Lucas, Georgia Retina Linda Phillips, Southgate Surgery Center Robert Noecker, MD, New Vision Cataract Center Steven Klein, Sheepshead Bay Surgery Center Participants 55 Sponsored by: Not Pictured: Mark L. Gonzalez, MD, The Eye Center at Medstar Linda Phillips Southgate Surgery Center Ophthalmologists and eye centers have undergone significant changes over the past few years. Challenges related to health- care reform, reimbursement and claims denials have caused some difficulty, but resilient surgeons and centers have found ways to overcome these obstacles. In this section, ophthalmologist and eye center leaders discuss their experiences, strategies for success and best opportunities for the future. Ophthalmology Roundtable: Trends & Opportunities Paul Lucas, Georgia Retina Linda Phillips, Southgate Surgery Center Robert Noecker, MD, New Vision Cataract Center Steven Klein, Sheepshead Bay Surgery Center Participants 55 Sponsored by: Not Pictured: Mark L. Gonzalez, MD, The Eye Center at Medstar Steven Klein Sheepshead Bay Surgery Center Ophthalmologists and eye centers have undergone significant changes over the past few years. Challenges related to health- care reform, reimbursement and claims denials have caused some difficulty, but resilient surgeons and centers have found ways to overcome these obstacles. In this section, ophthalmologist and eye center leaders discuss their experiences, strategies for success and best opportunities for the future. Ophthalmology Roundtable: Trends & Opportunities Paul Lucas, Georgia Retina Linda Phillips, Southgate Surgery Center Robert Noecker, MD, New Vision Cataract Center Steven Klein, Sheepshead Bay Surgery Center Participants 55 Sponsored by: Not Pictured: Mark L. Gonzalez, MD, The Eye Center at Medstar Paul Lucas Georgia Retina Ophthalmologists and eye centers have undergone significant changes over the past few years. Challenges related to health- care reform, reimbursement and claims denials have caused some difficulty, but resilient surgeons and centers have found ways to overcome these obstacles. In this section, ophthalmologist and eye center leaders discuss their experiences, strategies for success and best opportunities for the future. Ophthalmology Roundtable: Trends & Opportunities Paul Lucas, Georgia Retina Linda Phillips, Southgate Surgery Center Robert Noecker, MD, New Vision Cataract Center Steven Klein, Sheepshead Bay Surgery Center Participants 55 Sponsored by: Not Pictured: Mark L. Gonzalez, MD, The Eye Center at Medstar Robert Noecker, MD New Vision Cataract Center Mark L. Gonzalez, MD The Eye Center at Medstar (Not Pictured)

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