On January 17th, members of the Arizona Senate Health and Human Services Committee unanimously passed Senator John Kavanagh’s (R – Cave Creek) Senate Bill 1014, which allows a prescription for ophthalmologic lenses, excluding contact lenses, to be valid for two years unless otherwise specified by the prescribing physician or optometrist. This vote comes after the … Read more

Results from a new survey could prompt changes to vision coverage for public and school employees.     Members of the Washington State Health Care Authority’s (HCA) Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) discussed results from a HCA web-based vision survey Thursday. Beth Heston, Senior Account Manager for the WHA’s Employees and Retirees Benefits Division, shared … Read more