American Optometric Association

American Optometric Association

The American Optometric Association (AOA), founded in 1898, represents approximately 37,000 doctors of optometry, optometry students and para-optometric assistants and technicians in the United States. The AOA states that: The AOA has offices in St. Wikipedia

American Optometric Association

The American Optometric Association (AOA), founded in 1898, represents approximately 37,000 doctors of optometry, optometry students and para-optometric assistants and technicians in the United States. The AOA states that: The AOA has offices in St. Wikipedia

  • Dec 21 at 2:33 PM
    Think about eye safety when buying presents this holiday season! View the 2017 vision-friendly gift list at http://bit.ly/2p7ww9h
  • Dec 20 at 4:29 PM
    Statement of Dr. Christopher J. Quinn, AOA President, on the importance of evidenced-based care Together with the state associations, AFOS and AOSA, our AOA is a nationwide force for academic and policy free speech, especially through the 24/7 legislative work we do on Capitol Hill and ongoing collaborations with HHS, CDC and other government agencies. Right now, in the face of controversy and confusion, the most impactful action any optometry organization or concerned doctor can take is to support the AOA's Evidenced-based Optometry (EBO) Committee and the development of additional evidenced-based clinical practice guidelines. AOA doctors and students across America can be 100% certain that the AOA will continue to actively develop, cite, reference and advocate for evidenced-based care. https://www.aoa.org/optometrists/tools-and-resources/evidence-based-optometry
  • Dec 18 at 10:04 PM
    Have MIPS questions? Register now for this upcoming webinar on MIPS & AOA MORE: goo.gl/wBxLx3
  • Dec 11 at 9:11 PM
    Tad Buckingham, O.D., Forest Grove (Oregon) Fire & Rescue captain, and Pacific University College of Optometry assistant professor and attending physician, shares a photo of his strike team at the #ThomasFire near Santa Barbara, California. The fire spans nearly 230,000 acres just north of Los Angeles in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. The air quality is terrible with much of the public wearing masks, Dr. Buckingham says. This has to be having a large effect on the eye health of Ventura County residents, as well. Read more about wildfires and eye health: https://goo.gl/EYFmEG

Dec 21, 2:33 PM

Think about eye safety when buying presents this holiday season! View the 2017 vision-friendly gift list at http://bit.ly/2p7ww9h

Dec 20, 4:29 PM

Statement of Dr. Christopher J. Quinn, AOA President, on the importance of evidenced-based care Together with the state associations, AFOS and AOSA, our AOA is a nationwide force for academic and policy free speech, especially through the 24/7 legislative work we do on Capitol Hill and ongoing collaborations with HHS, CDC and other government agencies. Right now, in the face of controversy and confusion, the most impactful action any optometry organization or concerned doctor can take is to support the AOA's Evidenced-based Optometry (EBO) Committee and the development of additional evidenced-based clinical practice guidelines. AOA doctors and students across America can be 100% certain that the AOA will continue to actively develop, cite, reference and advocate for evidenced-based care. https://www.aoa.org/optometrists/tools-and-resources/evidence-based-optometry

Dec 18, 10:04 PM

Have MIPS questions? Register now for this upcoming webinar on MIPS & AOA MORE: goo.gl/wBxLx3

Dec 11, 9:11 PM

Tad Buckingham, O.D., Forest Grove (Oregon) Fire & Rescue captain, and Pacific University College of Optometry assistant professor and attending physician, shares a photo of his strike team at the #ThomasFire near Santa Barbara, California. The fire spans nearly 230,000 acres just north of Los Angeles in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. The air quality is terrible with much of the public wearing masks, Dr. Buckingham says. This has to be having a large effect on the eye health of Ventura County residents, as well. Read more about wildfires and eye health: https://goo.gl/EYFmEG