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AI in Ophthalmology

Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized various fields, and ophthalmology is no exception. With the increasing prevalence of eye diseases and the growing need for accurate and timely diagnosis, AI has emerged as a powerful tool to improve patient outcomes. In this blog, we will discuss the applications of AI in

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Online Resources for Ocular Health Questions

There are many resources available online for patients seeking information about ocular health. Here are a few trusted sources: American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) – The AAO is the largest national membership association of eye doctors. Their website provides patient education materials on a variety of eye conditions and diseases.

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Remembering Those Who Came Before

In December of 2000, we moved to Rhode Island from Iowa with our two young daughters to join the practice of Drs. Jacob and Helen Schinazi on the East Side of Providence, RI. The weather was very cold and snowy, and Drs. “Jack” and Helen made us feel so welcome

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Optical Dispensary Blog

In May 2021, we began an optical dispensary to provide patients with the option of purchasing their eyeglasses in our office. It took us over 20 years to do this, as it was not the norm when we began practicing ophthalmology 30 years ago. Now, it is unusual to find

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Concerning Trend in Ophthalmology

Over the past ten years, we have witnessed a concerning trend in ophthalmology and other medical specialties. Private equity firms are purchasing medical practices from physicians. Generally, this sale occurs when the senior partners are slowing down or retiring and looking to sell their equity in the business. Often, these

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Technology in the Field

As everyone is aware, technology has revolutionized the practice of medicine. We can diagnose disease at a much earlier state than ever, even before it begins in some cases. Patients can then receive treatment when it is still possible to avert debilitating symptoms or slow down disease progression. With the

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