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Subspecialties COVID-19, Glaucoma, Practice Management, Health Economics and Policy

Safety First

Physicians are living in a new reality. Every day, we are being called on to do incredible, creative things in increasingly complex conditions. The situation is evolving in real-time and the impetus is on us to make sound decisions that keep ourselves and our patients safe – all while providing the best possible care. We must do more than simply take precautions; we must find innovative approaches to treatment as well – and glaucoma is no exception.

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Jason Bacharach

Medical Director and Founding Partner at North Bay Eye Associates in Sonoma, California, and Director of the Glaucoma Division at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, California, USA. He reports that he is a consultant for Iridex.

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