2014 ISEPS/COS Annual Meeting

Frontiers and Controversies in Ophthalmology

Sponsored by the Illinois Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons
and the Chicago Ophthalmological Society

Page updated:  1/30/2014

Physician Program Information

   Friday, March 7, 2014 (one day only)
Place:   Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL

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  • Map to the meeting site
  • Diagram of the convention center skybridge network
  • Conference area diagram (meeting rooms)
  • Hotel information (there is no room block for this meeting)
    • Hotels attached to the convention center closest to the meeting rooms are the Hyatt Regency O'Hare and the Hilton Rosemont Chicago O'Hare)

View an overview of the schedule for all three sessions:  physicians, administrators and techs (PDF file)
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Speaker handouts -- CLICK HERE

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Program Topics

Subject Overview

  • Neuro-ophthalmology
  • Glaucoma
  • Retina
  • Cornea
  • Pediatric ophthalmolology
  • Oculoplastics
  • Coding practice management issues
  • OMIC - Risk Management & Ethics seminar (qualifies for 10% OMIC premium discount)

Detailed Program - CLICK HERE (PDF format)
Printed Brochure - CLICK HERE (PDF format) - coming soon
View information about our guest speakers - coming soon

Schedule Overview  (subject to minor variations)

Friday, March 7

     7:30 a.m. -- Registration & Continental Breakfast in the exhibit area
     8:00 a.m. -- General Session I
     9:50 a.m. -- Break in the exhibit area
     10:20 a.m. -- General Session II (includes Joy Newby presentation)
     12:35 p.m. -- Buffet lunch in the exhibit area
     1:35 p.m. -- General Session III
     3:15 p.m. -- Break in the exhibit area
     2:45 p.m. -- General Session IV (OMIC presentation @ 5:00 pm)
     6:00 p.m. -- Adjourn for the day
     6:30 p.m. -- Presidents' Dinner (by invitation only)

Registration Information

♦  Members (ISEPS, COS or other state society)
          Regular rate - $275  (after March 1 - $350)
♦  Non-members - $400  (after March 1 - $450)
♦  Residents/fellows at an accredited training program - $50 (after March 1 -$100)
♦  Fully retired ophthalmologists - $75 (after March 1 - $100)

Refunds - Cancel by 8 a.m. March 4 (less a $25 cancellation fee)

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Continuing Medical Education

Intended Audience

This program will be of interest to all practicing ophthalmologists, but in particular, those who are likely to encounter a variety of eye diseases and conditions in their practice.  Residents and fellows in training also would benefit from this program.  All attendees will find the advocacy, risk management and coding presentations to be especially useful.

Learning Objectives

The purpose of this program is to describe the latest advances in medical and surgical eye care and to discuss issues which are sometimes seen as the subject of controversy. Topics will include diagnostic and therapeutic consideration related to cataract, external eye diseases, refractive surgery, glaucoma, retinal diseases, pediatrics, oculoplastics, ethics and practice management subjects.