About Us


State Society Partners

OMIC has an educational alliance with the following state ophthalmic societies. Visit the page for your society below for more information.

Alabama Academy of Ophthalmology (ALAO) – Since 2007
Arizona Ophthalmological Society (AOS) – Since 1998
Arkansas Ophthalmological Society (AOS) – Since 2008
California Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (CAEPS) – Since 1998
Colorado Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (CSEPS) – Since 2001
Connecticut Society of Eye Physicians (CSEP) – Since 2009
Delaware Academy of Ophthalmology (DAO) – Since 2011
Florida Society of Ophthalmology (FSO) – Since 1998
Georgia Society of Ophthalmology (GSO) – Since 2008
Hawaii Ophthalmological Society (HOS) – Since 2002
Idaho Society of Ophthalmology (ISO) – Since 2011
Illinois Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (ISEPS) – Since 1997
Indiana Academy of Ophthalmology (IAO) – Since 2008
Iowa Academy of Ophthalmology (IAO) – Since 2007
Kansas Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (KSEPS) – Since 2009
Kentucky Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (KAEPS) – Since 2008
Louisiana Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (LAEPS) – Since 1999
Maine Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MSEPS) – Since 2012
Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MSEPS) – Since 2009
Massachusetts Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MSEPS) – Since 2014
Michigan Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MiSEPS) – Since 2012

Minnesota Academy of Ophthalmology (MAO) Since 2017
Mississippi Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MAEPS) – Since 2013
Missouri Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (MOSEPS) – Since 1997
Nevada Academy of Ophthalmology (NAO) – Since 2002
New England Ophthalmological Society (NEOS) – Since 2001
New Jersey Academy of Ophthalmology (NJAO) – Since 2014
North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons (NCSEPS) – Since 2011
North Dakota Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons (NDSEPS) – Since 2018
Ohio Ophthalmological Society (OOS) – Since 2007
Oklahoma Academy of Ophthalmology (OAO) – Since 2001

Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology (OAO) – Since 2015
Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology (PAO) – Since 2008
Rhode Island Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons (RISEPS) – Since 2014
South Carolina Society of Ophthalmology (SCSO) – Since 2009
Tennessee Academy of Ophthalmology (TNAO) – Since 2007
Texas Ophthalmological Association (TOA) – Since 2000
Utah Ophthalmology Society (UOS) – Since 2008
Vermont Ophthalmological Society (VOS) – Since 2010
Virginia Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (VSEPS) – Since 2006
Washington Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (WAEPS) – Since 2002
Washington DC Metropolitan Ophthalmological Society (WDCMOS) – Since 2007
West Virginia Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (WVAEPS) – Since 2008

Wisconsin Academy of Ophthalmology (WAO) Since 2015
Wyoming Ophthalmological Society (WOS) – Since 2010

OMIC has issued more than $17 Million in special premium credits through alliances with ophthalmic societies, representing 45 states and 8 subspecialties. Here is how it works:

OMIC policyholders who are members of ophthalmic societies with an OMIC educational alliance earn a 10% risk management discount (currently averaging more than $1,000) when they complete an approved OMIC risk management event. For some societies, an approved event is any OMIC risk management activity, including live seminars, audio conferences or webinars, or online courses. Certain societies require attendance at a live OMIC-society event, which is usually conducted during the annual meeting of the society.

>> Subspecialty Society Pages

>> Specialized Interest Society Pages



Six reasons OMIC is the best choice for ophthalmologists in America.

#5. Expertise unmatched.

OMIC's sole mission is to serve ophthalmology. The premier source of ophthalmic claims data and loss prevention materials, OMIC's member hotline is the most used ophthalmic consultative service of its kind and OMIC.com is the most visited web site in America for ophthalmic risk management advice and patient consent documents.

61864684