Today’s optometric practice is being transformed by new mobile technology. From tablet computers to the cutting-edge apps they run, eyecare professionals have access to technology that is reshaping the patient experience and revolutionizing the delivery of eyecare. Are you wondering how to leverage this mobile revolution to grow and enhance your practice? If so, you won’t want to miss Eyefinity’s “FOCUS 2012: Embracing the ‘i’ Craze,” on September 5th at Vision Expo West inLas Vegas.
Who should attend? This is a must attend event for all eyecare professionals, from providers to opticians and practice managers, there is something for everyone.
Who’s giving the keynote address? Dr. Daniel Kraft, a Harvard University and Stanford University trained physician and scientist. Dr. Kraft has more than two decades of experience in clinical practice, biomedical research and healthcare innovation and has been a featured speaker at TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences. He’ll be presenting “The Future of Health: Where Can Technology Take Us?” Check out a clip from his TED Talk below!
In addition, a panel discussion will take place focusing on the growth of mobile technology throughout the optometric industry. Baker will be joined by a variety of panel participants including Dr. Nikki Iravani, CEO of Global EyeVentures, which developed EyeXam, the second most downloaded medical app on iTunes. Attendees will also have the chance to preview breakthrough tablet technology that makes measuring and fitting patients for digital lenses easier than ever before.
What does it cost and how can I register? Registration for the half-day event at the Eye Max Theatre in the Venetian Hotel Resort Casino is only $49 per person. Additionally, attendees will receive a voucher at the event which can be taken to the Eyefinity booth at Vision Expo West during trade show hours to receive a $50 gift card. For more info click here, or to register, visit: www.visionexpowest.com\focus2012. For additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.