California Optometric State Law Exam - Study Flow Chart

Apr 1, 2014
1 min read
12.4k views

When I was studying for the California Optometric State Law Exam I realized something that made my life a lot easier about referrals and consultations.

Eyecare-Stock_Featured-Image.max-831x550.png

When I was studying for the California Optometric State Law Exam I realized something that made my life a lot easier. It was that there is a “method to the madness” for referrals and consultations.

What I decided to do was make a flow chart to make everything easier.

Before Reading The Flow Chart

Understand that there are only 5 possible scenarios that can occur.

  • The condition “gets worse”
  • The condition “recurres”
  • There condition shows “no improvement”
  • The patient is “still on meds”
  • The condition is “not resolved”

Worse, Recurrence, No Improvement and Still on Meds are easy. The hard part to memorize is if the condition is not resolved.

The author of the content you just read worked hard to provide you with this article. Even though we try our best, there is no guarantee the article is error free. NewGradOptometry.com, its sponsors, advertisers, staff and writers make no representation, warranty, or guarantee that this article and its contents are error-free and will bear no responsibility or liability for the results or consequences of the information contained within.

covalentcareers
About Matt Geller, OD

Dr. Matt Geller is an entrepreneur with a track record of developing successful online platforms to solve problems in the healthcare space. Matt is the co-founder and CEO of CovalentCareers and NewGradOptometry.


Share
Latest
Jobs
Companies