Nike

Nike

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Precision Nike Sunglasses unique design has revolutionized sports eyewear. Nike Sunglasses polycarbonate lenses are lightweight and designed with protective, impact scratch resistant optical quality coatings. Certain Nike Sunglasses models feature ventilated nose bridges.

Nine West

Nine West

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

The Nine West collection features an assortment of metals and plastics in an array of fashion colors. The range showcases thin, colorful zyl double laminate frames in shapes that are suited for many faced. Nine West keeps price in mind while offering a quality eyeglasses eyewear product.

Ogi

OGI

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Ogi combines the finest materials from all over the world creating a unique eyewear collection that are sold in the best optical retailers worldwide. The creative use of colors used by designer David Spencer have become Ogi’s signature for success. The combination of talent, fashion and affordable pricing makes Ogi the logical choice in luxury…

Vera Wang

Vera Wang

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Vera Wang eyeglasses feature the finest materials and latest technologies. Manufactured in Italy and Japan, the Vera Wang collection is designed for the modern woman, suitable for any mood and personality.

Wiley X

Wiley X

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Durable Wiley X Sunglasses eyewear with technologically advanced triloid nylon frames. Wiley X Sunglasses frames are virtually unbreakable and feature the latest, computer generated 3-D high tech designs. “Socket” technology allows frame to hug eye orbits. Perfect recreational sun eyewear.

Eyetopia

Eyetopia

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

The people at Eyetopia know that when it comes to vision benefits, people care more about saving money out of their pocket in the Doctor’s office, than saving a dollar or two in monthly payroll deductions. Vision care costs are insignificant when compared to health and dental insurance. Eyetopia Vision Care focuses on helping members…

CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

Medicaid

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Medicaid is the United States health program for eligible individuals and families with low incomes and resources. It is a means-tested program that is jointly funded by the states and federal government, and is managed by the states. Among the groups of people served by Medicaid are eligible low-income parents, children, seniors, and people with…

Medicare

Medicare

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

The Medicare program provides healthcare coverage for seniors over the age of 65 and many disabled individuals. Since the program was implemented in 1966, the number of Medicare beneficiaries has increased from 19 million to 40 million. By 2030, Medicare is projected cover more than 77 million people. Despite the dramatic growth in the program…

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas is the only statewide customer-owned health insurer in the state. They provide access to affordable, quality health care and top-notch service. As a division of Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas is among the financially strongest health insurers in the nation providing our…

Humana

Humana

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Humana Inc., headquartered in Louisville, Ky., is one of the nation’s largest publicly traded health benefits companies, with approximately 11 million medical members. Humana offers a diversified portfolio of health insurance products and related services – through traditional and consumer-choice plans – to employer groups, government-sponsored plans, and individuals. Today, the company is a leader…

PHCS

PHCS

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Private Healthcare Systems, or PHCS, was acquired by MultiPlan in October 2006. Founded in 1980, MultiPlan is the nation’s oldest and largest supplier of independent, network-based cost management solutions. With more than half a million healthcare providers under contract, an estimated 40 million consumers, and some 65 million claims processed through their networks each year,…

Texas True Choice

Texas True Choice

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

Texas True Choice (TTC) is one of the state’s largest preferred provider organization (PPO) networks serving insurance companies, third-party administrators, producers and employers. Founded in 1996, TTC is headquartered in Plano, Texas, with a regional office in San Antonio, Texas. They serve over 2,300 employers representing 1,080,000 members statewide. With a history of superior service…

UnitedHealthcare

UnitedHealthcare

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

UnitedHealthcare is an operating division of UnitedHealth Group, the largest single health carrier in the United States. Their family of companies delivers innovative products and services to approximately 70 million Americans. UnitedHealthcare’s nationwide network includes 560,000 physicians (and other care professionals), 80,000 dentists and 4,800 hospitals. Their pharmaceutical management programs provide more affordable access to…

VSP

VSP

By Brandon Mayo | March 28, 2009

VSP is dedicated to offering affordable, high-quality eyecare plans that promote visual wellness and improve their members’ quality of life. As the nation’s largest provider of eyecare coverage, thousands of companies rely on VSP to provide a range of vision plans. VSP’s plans meet overall eye health and wellness needs and cover advanced vision correction…

Contact Us

By Brandon Mayo | July 29, 2008

Eye Diseases and Conditions

By Brandon Mayo | July 2, 2008

This menu contains vital information on many of the major eye diseases and conditions that patients often suffer from.

Patient Forms

By Brandon Mayo | July 2, 2008

We can design and implement almost any type of data collection form you may need. Take a look at the sample forms found in this same menu.

Opticians

By Brandon Mayo | June 26, 2008

There are two types of opticians, dispensing opticians and manufacturing opticians. Both have different job skills but dispensing opticians may sometimes perform some of the same work as manufacturing opticians. Manufacturing opticians are involved in the actual process of making eyeglasses, contacts, and lenses for other purposes. They produce the lenses from scratch to finish…

Ophthalmologists

By Brandon Mayo | June 26, 2008

When you refer to an “eye doctor” you might be thinking about an Optometrist but could be referring to an Ophthalmologist. An Ophthalmologist is a Medical Doctor (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.). Ophthalmologists are licensed to practice medicine, perform surgery, and perform all tasks Optometrists do including diagnosing and treating eye diseases, giving eye…

Optometrists

By Brandon Mayo | June 26, 2008

Optometrists, or Doctors of Optometry (O.D.’s), are the main primary vision care professionals that most people will go to. Optometrists do everything from diagnosing vision problems and eye diseases, prescribing eyeglasses and contacts, prescribing drugs for the treatment of certain eye diseases, providing treatment before and after surgery, and helping patients maintain healthy eyes. Optometrists…