Canadian Ophthalmological Residents Society

Saturday 15 June 2013, 1330-1715

Oculopolitics for the young ophthalmologist

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how health policy, specific to ophthalmology, is derived and how this will affect ophthalmology practice in the present and in the future.
  • Identify how to become involved in health policy decisions.
  • Outline how to bill for clinical visits and surgical procedures, describe how billing codes differ across provinces.

Robert H. Osher, MD
Lulu Bursztyn

1330Navigating the socio-political environment of ophthalmology in Canada
Lorne Bellan
1350How to get involved and make your voice heard
Andrew Budning
1410How medical policies are made
Kyle Brydon
1430Politics in academia from a chair's perspective
Alan Cruess
1545New technology in cataract/IOL surgery: what the future holds
Robert H. Osher
1615Interactive billing workshop
Rani Karmi

Robert H. Osher
Robert H. Osher, MD