“ Dr. Richard Garfinkle presented the protocol of the ongoing SPECTRI trial to eye specialists in Northern Virginia. SPECTRI is an ongoing clinical trial examining the role of lampalizumab for the treatment of geographic atrophy in macular degeneration. This represents the first major, interventional trial in dry macular degeneration. The Retina Group of Washington is the only practice in the DC metropolitan area participating in this pivotal, cutting-edge trial. “
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Modernizing Medicine, Inc., the creator of the Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™), a cloud-based, iPad native, specialty-specific electronic medical record (EMR) system, announced today that The Retina Group of Washington has selected EMA Ophthalmology to replace its legacy EMR solution. Use of the highly specialized EMR system will help streamline physician workflows and improve patient care across the entire practice.
With 26 physicians working across 14 offices, The Retina Group of Washington is one of the largest and most highly respected retinal and macular practices in the country. The Retina Group of Washington is well known for its extensive experience and sub-specialty expertise of its leading physicians and surgeons. Deeply committed to the advancement of care, the group is constantly conducting cutting-edge research and administers a Fellowship program to train future ophthalmologists.
“As one of the leading retinal practices in the country, we constantly look for ways to make our physicians’ lives easier and improve care,” said Dr. Michael Rivers, current Board member at The Retina Group of Washington and head of their EMR system selection committee.
Dr. Richard Garfinkle presented a talk titled “Age-Related Macular Degeneration: New strategies for minimizing and managing vision loss.” at the Chevy Chase Village Center as part of the “Chevy Chase at Home” community group.
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Dr William Deegan gave Anesthesia Grand Rounds at Virginia Hospital Center and discussed “Plaque Brachytherapy for Intraocular Tumors”
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Dr William Deegan gave 2 lectures to the Virginia Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses meeting. He discussed “Diagnosis and Management of Adult and Pediatric Retinal Detachment” and “Diagnosis and Treatment of Retinoblastoma”
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