The Top 10 OMIC Stories of 2016

2016 will certainly go down as a year to remember. Here at OMIC it was quite a year as well. Following is a countdown of the top stories for our company.

10. OMIC revamps policy to expand coverage features.

9. OMIC develops a series of new patient education videos centered around patient education, malpractice concepts for ophthalmologists, and staff training and triage recommendations.

8. OMIC develops a new series of consent forms and other resources with financial assistance from the Bruce E. Spivey, MD, Fund for Risk Management Studies, which operates within the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s H. Dunbar Hoskins Jr., MD, Center for Quality Eye Care.

7. OMIC unveils several new oculofacial consent documents.

6. OMIC enters into new partnerships with three ophthalmic societies.

5. OMIC begins offering coverage in Wisconsin.

4. OMIC publishes the 100th edition of the OMIC Digest.

3. OMIC unveils a new logo and brand strategy.

2. OMIC declares a 20% 2016 dividend credit and significant rate decreases in all states and coverage territories.

1. Dr. George Williams of Royal Oak, Michigan assumes leadership of OMIC.

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