Indiana Optometry provides its members exclusive access to resources not available to non-members. Quickly link to required employment information, sales tax applicable to your practice, insurance, eyeglass and contact lens prescription release requirements, medical records release and retention, and many more.
The Indiana Optometric Association offers continuing education programs throughout the year.
Here you will be able to find and easily download or print speaker outlines, handouts and PowerPoint presentations from past seminars and the Spring convention.
Are you aware of illegal contact lens sales or a patient that suffered an adverse reaction to novelty or improperly dispensed contact lenses? There are three places where you can file complaints.
According to CMS.gov, “Individual eligible professionals (EPs) and group practices participating in the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) group practice reporting option (GPRO) can avoid the 2017 PQRS negative payment adjustment by satisfactorily reporting 2015 quality measures data to a participating registry.”More Information
HIP 2.0 provides health insurance coverage for qualified low-income individuals aged 19 to 64, who are not eligible for Medicare or another Indiana Medicaid aid category. Read more about HIP 2.0.
Vision care is available for HIP Plus members and those enrolled in HIP State Plan.More Information
The purpose of licensure is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public. Only licensed individuals may practice optometry in Indiana. The statutory requirements for professional licensing are established by the Indiana General Assembly. The Indiana Optometry Board administers and enforces the statutes and rules regulating the practice of optometry in Indiana.More Information