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Business & Profession Refractive, Cataract, Practice Management

A Refractive Outlook for All

As ophthalmologists, we like to consider our surgical skill as the essential component in achieving great outcomes and high patient satisfaction after cataract surgery. But without a team of people gathering information and helping to educate patients along the way, building a successful refractive cataract surgery practice would not be possible.

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About the Author

Gregory D. Parkhurst

Medical Director of Parkhurst NuVision in San Antonio, Texas, USA. He serves on the Medical Advisory Board for Ocular Innovations, Inc. He is an investigator for CORD and AcuFocus, and a consultant for J&J and Alcon.

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