July Diabetes Education Events

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Premier Academy360™ is back with more diabetes education events! Join us for the July Diabetes Virtual CE Series, providing a convenient way for you to earn two hours of complimentary, COPE-accredited Continuing Education (CE) and for your practice to achieve the American Diabetes Association® (ADA) Badge in one session. Jeffry Gerson, OD, FAAO and A. Paul Chous, OD, FAAO return to share their highly sought-after insights on diabetes, including the newly added “Focus on Diabetes: An Overview for Optometrists” course.

This event is offered twice in July, so you can choose to attend the one that best matches your schedule.

Register today:

Advantages of an ADA badge
Upon completion of the entire event, and if your practice has retinal imaging equipment, your practice will attain the ADA Badge*. This badge is displayed on your practice’s VSP® Find a Doctor Directory listing on vsp.com, which receives hundreds of thousands of visitors monthly.

In a recent As Eye See It blog, April Oliver, OD, shares how having the ADA Badge provided a powerful way for her practice to stand out from the competition. She attracted new patients who traveled 45 minutes to visit her practice for their eye exams because of her practice’s commitment to connecting vision to the overall health of their patients at risk for or living with diabetes.

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Attaining the ADA Badge also entitles you to receive a complimentary, one-year membership to the ADA, which includes access to professional journals, significant discounts on events and course materials, networking opportunities, and more.

Courses included during the event

  • Essential Medical Eye Care
    Presented by Natasha Strickner, VSP Senior Product Manager, this course provides an overview of how VSP is simplifying its supplemental medical eye care coverage to a single offering that makes it easier for your practice to leverage this coverage.
  • Focus on Diabetes: An Overview for Optometrists
    This course was developed with the American Diabetes Association and will review diabetes prevalence, risks, diagnosis, management, and prevention, as well as emphasize the role of eye health professionals on the diabetes care team.
  • Diabetes Case Reports – Boots on the Ground
    This course will consider diabetes cases that are commonly encountered in an optometric practice, highlighting diagnosis, staging, and management of diabetes-related eye disease.

*To receive your Premier Academy360 ADA Badge, at least one person per practice location must have attended this entire event, and you must have retinal imaging equipment in your practice. More information is available at badging.premieracademy360.com.