2021 APAC January Summit

A virtual event featuring live, interactive educational sessions for ophthalmologists. Join the Livestream with Adam Farkas, MD and Wong Jun Shyan, MD as they broadcast the event live starting at 3:00pm IST, 8:30pm AEDT. Our co-hosts will discuss the latest industry news, interview the event guest speakers and share insights about the latest technological innovations from ZEISS.

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January 28, 2021

3:00pm - 6:30pm IST

8:30pm - 12:00am AEDT

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You are cordially invited to the premier virtual event for ophthalmologists.

Live, Interactive Sessions

Engage in exclusive presentations from ophthlamic industry leaders in two robust education tracks: Practice Workflow and Disease Management. Ask questions and participate in live chat alongside your peers.

ZEISS Optometry Education
ZEISS Product Booths

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Learn more about our latest innovations in retinal imaging for diagnostic and treatment solutions.

Live chat with the ZEISS team

Chat live with ZEISS representatives throughout the event. Ask questions, gather information, book a demo, or just say hello.

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Education Agenda

The full APAC January Summit will be available soon. For now you can re-watch all live education sessions from our previous event.

Keynote Presentation
January 28th

Keynote Presentation: Evolving Clinical Impact of OCT Imaging

Philip Rosenfeld, MD

Disease Management Track
January 28th

Maximizing Retinal Imaging

Harvey Uy, MD

Dr. Harvey Uy demonstrates how to best manage retinal diagnostic tests while maintaining patient flow.

January 28th

Clinical Applications of OCT Angiography

Jacob Cheng, MD

Dr. Jacob Cheng demonstrates the clinical utility of OCTA in patients with diabetic retinopathy (DR) and Age-related Macular Degneration (AMD)

January 28th

Clinical Experiences of Retinal Disease Applications using Widefield Fundus Imaging

Toshinori Murata, MD, PhD

Learn about Dr. Toshinori Murata’s four years of experience in the clinical utilization of the ZEISS widefield fundus imaging device. With in-depth case examples of retinal disease applications from the macula to the far periphery.

Practice Workflow Track
January 28th

The OCTA Efficiency Statement

Paul Mitchell, MD

Today's clinic requires THE most efficient diagnostic solutions. Professor Paul Mitchell presents his OCTA Efficiency Statement, proving that this non-invasive investigative procedure, really is the game changer we need.

January 28th

Superior Visualization With SL800

Sri Ganesh, MD

What is the role of the slit lamp in your daily workflow? Dr. Sri Ganesh gives a glimpse into his practical experience of how the new SL 800 supports his daily workflow. He also demonstrates the main features of the latest slit lamp from ZEISS, how it compares with previous slit lamp versions, and reveals how the visualization from this latest innovation, has advanced over time.

January 28th

Retina Workflow Post COVID-19

Wong Jun Shyan, MD

In times of crises, technologies rapidly evolve. Dr. Wong Jun Shyan discusses Retina Workflow post COVID-19 and how his practice is using telemedicine to provide the very best patient care during a global pandemic.

On-Demand Education

Practice Management During COVID-19 Era Track

Multi-modality Integration in Retina Workplace

Speaker: Claudia Wasch, ZEISS

Display. Detect. Diagnose. Decide. See deeper and wider into the retina, all at once. Detect and correlate findings across modalities and over time using the Retina Workplace application from ZEISS. In this session, learn how this powerful application will help maximize insight when integrating diagnostic imaging from multiple modalities into one view.

Clinical Education Track

OCT-A Imaging to Identify Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Speaker: Caroline Baumal, MD, New England Eye Center Boston, Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine

During a recent collaborative paper, the ability to identify DR changes using wide field OCT-A imaging, compared to widefield angiography and fundus photography alone was discussed. This presentation will illustrate my findings, as well as share other complex cases on retinal imaging using OCT Angiography.

Practice Management During COVID-19 Era Track

CIRRUS OCT/OCTA Imaging and Workflow in the COVID-19 Era

Speaker: SriniVas R. Sadda, MD, FARVO, President and Chief Scientific Officer, Doheny Eye Institute

The first MD to identify COVID-19 as a novel disease was in fact an Ophthalmologist. As ophthalmologists we are one of the frontline worker groups at substantial risk of COVID-19, so why are we at particular risk and how can we utilize our imaging devices to reduce such risk during the COVID-19 era?

Clinical Education Track

2020 Poster Highlights on Imaging Innovations from ZEISS

Presented by: ZEISS Research and Development Department

A quick look at six clinical abstracts from 2020 ARVO poster submissions that highlight valuable research and technological advancements in eye care provided by ZEISS’s top scientists and engineers. These select posters include the latest innovations from CIRRUS® OCT, PLEX® Elite, and CLARUS® Ultra-widefield Imaging.

Clinical Education Track

Complex Cases in Retina

Speaker: Sarah P. Read, MD, PhD, Retina Consultants of Hawaii

Complex cases keeping you up at night? Join us as Dr. Sarah Read reviews some of her complex imaging cases and user experience with the corresponding suite of ZEISS diagnostic solutions. The content will feature challenging cases weaving in the theme of how ZEISS technologies including CLARUS 700 and CIRRUS 6000 work together to increase confidence, efficiency, and help achieve the best in patient care.

Practice Management During COVID-19 Era Track

Remote Evaluation and Management - What You Can Do Today for Your Retina Practice

Moderator: Adam Farkas, MD, MBA | Speakers: Joel A. Pearlman, MD, PhD, Retinal Consultants of Northern California, Kevin J. Corcoran, COE, CPC, CPMA, FNAO, President and Co-owner, Corcoran Consulting Group

State and county mandated social distancing and patient hesitation to travel contribute to steep drops in clinic patient volume and practice revenue. Remote evaluation and management (E/M) exams performed on patients, as broadly outlined and revised by CMS’ CARES Act, allows retina specialists to utilize the Evaluation and Management (E&M) CPT code set for remote patient exams. Listen to a fireside chat with Joel A. Pearlman, M.D., Ph.D., along with Kevin Corcoran in this eye-opening conversation about how to navigate your Retina practice during these obscure times.

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