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Talking politics in the office? 3 things to keep in mind

October 19, 2020

Even if you’re choosing to disengage, today’s politics have a way of finding you. What are the ground rules for approaching political debates in the practice? Read More >

Are your coding habits up to snuff? AOA HPI provides benchmark data

October 15, 2020

Time to review your practice’s billing and coding: Access national benchmark data for optometry practices and join an upcoming webinar to learn more about E/M code changes in 2021. Read More >

Do you know what your patients are searching for?

October 15, 2020

An analysis of search terms related to certain eye care reveals what patients are looking for: education. They want to know about treatments. Read More >

POA OFFICE SCHEDULE

The POA office building has reopened with staff working in-person and remotely on a rotating schedule to reduce capacity. While email remains the best option to reach staff directly, someone will be available on a daily basis to answer your calls and happy to help or direct you to the appropriate person. 

Joseph Ricci Joe@poaeyes.org
Deborah Blanchard Deb@poaeyes.org
Ilene Sauertieg Ilene@poaeyes.org
Kelsey Rodkey Kelsey@poaeyes.org 
Jean Herlihy Jean@poaeyes.org
Joanne Cope Joanne@poaeyes.org
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