Risk Management


2021 Digest (Vol 31 No 1)

Premium IOLs are often described in the lay press as providing vision that is closest to one’s natural sight, allowing patients to see both near and far without glasses. However, numerous factors, such as accuracy of preoperative measurements, ocular anatomy, and individual adaptation to IOLs can lead to surgical outcomes that do not meet patients’ preoperative expectations. Read more...


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all-day Ohio Ophthalmological Society (O... @ Hilton Columbus at Easton
Ohio Ophthalmological Society (O... @ Hilton Columbus at Easton
Feb 19 all-day
OMIC will offer an  risk management session during annual Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) meeting planned for Saturday, February 19, 2022 Location of OOS 2021 meeting: Hilton Columbus at Easton, 3900 Chagrin Drive, Columbus, Ohio Time:[...]
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23
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all-day WDCMOS 2022 virtual meeting on F...
WDCMOS 2022 virtual meeting on F...
Feb 23 all-day
THE WDCMOS 2022 MEETING is being planned for Wednesday, February 23, 2022. Virtual event scheduled for 2/23/2022 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  This event is open to WDCMOS members. Contact the WDCMOS to register. [...]
Feb
19
Sat
all-day Ohio Ophthalmological Society (O... @ Hilton Columbus at Easton
Ohio Ophthalmological Society (O... @ Hilton Columbus at Easton
Feb 19 all-day
OMIC will offer an  risk management session during annual Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) meeting planned for Saturday, February 19, 2022 Location of OOS 2021 meeting: Hilton Columbus at Easton, 3900 Chagrin Drive, Columbus, Ohio Time:[...]
Feb
23
Wed
all-day WDCMOS 2022 virtual meeting on F...
WDCMOS 2022 virtual meeting on F...
Feb 23 all-day
THE WDCMOS 2022 MEETING is being planned for Wednesday, February 23, 2022. Virtual event scheduled for 2/23/2022 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  This event is open to WDCMOS members. Contact the WDCMOS to register. [...]


CASE STUDY:

Chart alteration hinders the defense of a complicated cataract surgery

The patient presented to an OMIC insured group for evaluation of bilateral cataracts with an OMIC insured. He had a history of difficulty reading small print, seeing in bright sunlight, and glare at night. A dilated exam revealed significant amblyopia OS, with BCVA of 20/100 and a modest cataract OD with BCVA of 20/30. It...

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Analysis of the 2021 cataract study

Over the last two years, OMIC has seen an increase in the frequency of cataract surgery claims. In response, Risk Management performed an in-depth analysis of 2016-2020 claims involving premium cataract services and our findings are detailed in the lead article. Drs. Tigani and Pelton discuss some additional factors that may set the stage for vulnerability to cataract claims activity. Read more and learn risk management strategies on pg 7 of...





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OMIC was founded by members of the American Academy of Ophthalmology nearly a quarter century ago and is the only carrier sponsored and endorsed by AAO. OMIC is also endorsed by 54 other ophthalmic societies. The OMIC partnerships with state and subspecialty societies qualifies their members for an exclusive 10% premium credit. Contact your state society for details.

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