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Jan. 1 coding changes—are you ready?

December 3, 2020

Evaluation and management (E/M) services are incredibly important in patient care, and it’s critical that optometry practices are aware of changes ahead. Meanwhile, the AOA and other leading physician organizations are pushing legislation that would halt Medicare payment cuts resulting from the changes. Read More >

AOA, AOSA make appeal to extend suspension of student loan payments

December 2, 2020

The moratorium on loan repayment is scheduled to expire Dec. 31. The average optometry student’s loan debt when they graduate is close to $200,000, and the AOA and the American Optometric Student Association (AOSA) argue that the relief makes a difference to current optometry students and doctors of optometry continuing to pay student loans. The AOA is working to ensure concerns of doctors of optometry nationwide are front and center. Read More >

APS welcomes Alcon, reflects on year of advocacy successes

December 1, 2020

The advocacy collaborative fighting for patient safety and the doctor-patient relationship reports on a productive 2020, despite COVID-19 challenges, and recently welcomed Alcon as its newest member. Read More >

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Please consider donating to the Minnesota Optometry PAC, so we can make a difference!

Because relationships matter! Every year Minnesota's elected officials consider and pass countless pieces of legislation that directly and indirectly affect the profession of optometry in Minnesota and your ability to provide care for your patients.

Because elections matter! As a group, you can have impact by helping to elect primary eye care-friendly candidates at the state level. A PAC allows a community of like-minded individuals to amplify their voice- individually, doctors may not have the time and resources to affect candidate elections.

Anyone who cares about the optometric profession can give to Optometry PAC, and there is no maximum to what you can contribute. However, contributions are not tax deductible and corporate contributions are not allowed.

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Did you know infants undergo a significant amount of development - especially in their eyes and brains? As 1 in 5 preschoolers struggle with vision problems, it is important to have your baby's eyes checked before they reach 12 months to ensure their vision is developing properly, and to help prevent further vision and learning problems. @InfantSEE provides infants between the ages of 6-12 months a no-cost eye and vision assessment regardless of family income or access to insurance coverage. Visit to locate a participating doctor of optometry in your community.

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