I'm happy to announce our second annual online collaboration with ZEISS! ZEISS OPHTHALMIC DIGITAL SUMMIT 2019 ONLINE July 20 and July 21 | 11am EST to 2pm EST https://www.ods2019.com/ Register Here (totally free!) EVENT SUMMARY In partnership with ODwire.org, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. and Carl Zeiss Vision invite you to the ZEISS Ophthalmic Digital Summit 2019. This two-day complimentary online program offers live sessions and an interactive product showcase—all within a virtual exhibit hall—designed to provide you with the latest technology innovations and clinical solutions for your practice. Taught by industry leaders, you'll get trained and informed on how the Integrated Diagnostic Imaging platform and ZEISS leading imaging technologies will help shape the future of your practice. Event attendees will also be eligible for special show promotions and discounts on ZEISS instruments. All-access complimentary pass Your registration gives you access to unparalleled content. Here's what you can expect at the ZEISS Ophthalmic Digital Summit 2019: Attend six live sessions with interactive Q&A presented by industry experts. Chat live with presenters during their sessions. Learn about the Integrated Diagnostic Imaging platform from ZEISS, new glaucoma and retina management tools, wavefront digital refraction and how together they will help your practice grow. Explore a virtual exhibit hall showcasing the latest technology and products from ZEISS. View product video demos on the CIRRUS™ HD-OCT, CLARUS®500 UWF Fundus Imaging, HFA Perimetry, i.ProfilerPlus, ZEISS Digital SRU system and more. Chat live with the ZEISS sales team to learn more about our product portfolio and show specials. Livestream with Drs. Paul and Adam Farkas with interviews and updates throughout the event 30 Days of On-Demand. Did you miss that session? No problem! Catch it On Demand after the live broadcast. Special Show Promotions and Discounts! Don't forget to register for access to all of the ZEISS articles, videos, sessions and special price promotions! Register Here Agenda OCT Retinal Bootcamp Dan Epshtein, OD, FAAO Dr. Epshtein dives into practical uses of OCT technology including the OCT concept, types of OCT scans, their interpretation and detection of normal vs. signs of pathology. Clinical cases will be presented to demonstrate the use and interpretation of OCT for diagnosing common diseases as well as masquerader pathology. New Trends and Practices in the Diagnosis and Management of Glaucoma Murray Fingeret, OD, FAAO; John Flanagan, PhD, Dsc (hon), FCOptom, FAAO, FARVO Dr. Fingeret and Prof. Flanagan share their insights regarding best practices in glaucoma diagnosis and management based on recent innovations. Benefits of using the new SITA™ Faster test strategy and 24-2C test pattern are presented and the methodology evolution from SITA Standard to SITA Fast to SITA Faster is discussed. The presentation includes clinical cases that highlight benefits of using SITA Faster 24-2C. Ultra-widefield 2.0: HD True Color Imaging Kevin L.Gee, OD, FAAO, Diplomate, ABO; Dan Epshtein, OD, FAAO Dr. Gee and Dr. Epshtein provide valuable insight on how ODs are implementing the latest technology in ultra-widefield imaging into their practice, enhancing both patient care and patient education. Cases will be presented highlighting the clinical value of true color, high-resolution imaging from the ZEISS CLARUS 500 and how it can aid in detecting and diagnosing the full spectrum of eye disease, from the periphery to the macula, optic nerve head and anterior segment. Glaucoma Progression – Putting the Pieces All Together Michael Chaglasian, OD, FAAO; Murray Fingeret, OD, FAAO Dr. Fingeret and Dr. Chaglasian discuss the importance of detecting glaucoma progression and the rate of progression when managing glaucoma and making decisions about treating a patient, changing medication or referring a patient to a glaucoma specialist. When managing a glaucoma patient, longitudinal sets of multi-dimensional, multi-modality data must be used in combination. Glaucoma Workplace is a platform that integrates OCT structure and Visual Field function, bringing together test of both types in Guided Progression Analysis (GPA™) to help determine if glaucoma is in a stable condition or progressing, and at what rate. OCT Angiography: Routine to Extreme Carolyn E. Majcher, OD, FAAO; Elizabeth A. Steele, OD, FAAO Dr. Steele and Dr. Majcher review OCT Angiography (OCTA) technology, its implementation in OCT devices and practical considerations for using OCTA as a complementary modality that may aid in revealing or confirming early signs of disease and assist in the diagnosis and management of retina diseases, such as diabetic retinopathy, AMD and vascular pathology. Novel applications for tracking changes in glaucoma based on capillary blood flow parameters are also discussed. Getting Ahead of the Wave(front) – Digital Refraction in Practice Benito Peña, OD Valuable insights and case studies on the use of wavefront HOA objective refraction data in combination with ZEISS digital phoropter technology to speed workflow and help to improve patient outcomes. Discussing principles, and usability, this course highlights how ZEISS i.Scription can aid in the resolution of difficult patient acuity challenges while adding practice revenue. Learn more & Register!