Slade Discusses The Opportunities, And Challenges, Of New Technology
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Throughout his career, Stephen Slade, MD, has been an early adopter of new ophthalmic technologies, being among the first to use LASIK, and femtosecond lasers in cataract removal. As a seasoned early adopter, Slade expresses some reservations around new “back-office” technologies in his practice – namely EMRs. Despite these concerns, he sees great potential for more therapeutic approaches including Google’s contact lens. Hear Slade’s unique perspective on the role innovation will play in ophthalmology.
Stephen Slade, MD
Stephen Glenn Slade graduated from the University of Texas (Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa) with a final, elective year spent at Guy’s Hospital in London. He completed a residency at LSU in New Orleans and fellowships at Baylor College of Medicine and Project ORBIS in New York.