The 2018 ASCRS•ASOA Annual Meeting – the largest U.S. meeting for anterior segment specialists, practice management staff, and ophthalmic technicians and nurses – is coming to the nation’s capital, April 13-17, 2018!
Register for this highly-anticipated event and gain access to:
You are also able to tailor your meeting experience by freely choosing which educational offerings to attend while on site, making the ASCRS•ASOA Annual Meeting a truly unique and personalized event.
And, get a jumpstart on your ophthalmic education by attending ASCRS Subspecialty Day* on Friday, April 13: ASCRS Refractive Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, Cornea Day, Registration for Subspecialty Day includes access to all three programs. For business-related education, register for one of the ASOA Workshops*. Additional programming options for Friday include T&N Tech Talks and Skills Transfer sessions.
Don’t miss your chance to learn directly from the world’s thought leaders in ophthalmology, broaden your networking connections, and return with the practical tools needed to improve your practice.
Your single registration fee includes unlimited crossover access to over 1,300 ASCRS and ASOA educational presentations (CME- and COE-accredited), including sessions covering all aspects of practice management with 10 different programming tracks! Registration also includes access to vital networking opportunities such as roundtable discussions, Consultants on Call meetings, interactive panels, the ASOA Networking Lounge and entry to the Exhibit Hall – encompassing over 300 exhibiting companies.
Registration is open to members and nonmembers (premium rates apply).
ASOA Annual Meeting registration is required in order to register for the ASOA Workshops and the COE Exam. Separate registration and fees apply for these programs.
On May 5, reserve your preferred hotel with onPeak to receive reduced-rate hotel rooms for the ASCRS•ASOA Annual Meeting, the Technicians & Nurses Program, ASCRS Refractive Day, Cornea Day, ASCRS Glaucoma Day, and the ASOA Workshops in Washington, DC, April 13–17, 2018. Don’t forget to add your hotel rewards number when booking to receive points for your loyalty program.
The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery is an international, educational society with more than 9,000 members. Its mission is to advance the art and science of ophthalmic surgery and the knowledge and skills of ophthalmic surgeons by providing clinical and practice management education and by working with patients, government, and the medical community to promote the delivery and advancement of high-quality eye care.
The mission of the American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators (ASOA) is to advance the skills and professionalism of ophthalmic practice management. Founded in 1986 by administrators for administrators, ASOA is the premier organization for the business side of the ophthalmic practice. Serving administrators, managers, physicians, and office staff – ASOA offers avenues for personal and professional growth and provides support, tools, and resources for the daily challenges of managing a practice.
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