The Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE) designation is the national standard for ophthalmic practice management. Administered by the National Board for the Certification of Ophthalmic Executives (NBCOE), the COE program recognizes those who have achieved the experience, knowledge and skills identified by the NBCOE as essential to practice management. This elite certification promotes excellence and professionalism in ophthalmic practice management. Get certified and be recognized as a leader in managing the business of ophthalmology.
COE Review: Part 1 & 2
Friday, July 23 - Saturday, July 24, 2021
Prepare for the Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE) Exam in this two-day deep dive that touches on each of the six knowledge domains and is one of several recommended COE study resources. Attendance does not guarantee passage of the COE Exam.
*ASOA Annual Meeting registration is required to register for the ASOA Pre-Conference Deep Dives and the COE exam. Seating is limited and separate registration and fees apply.
Member Price: $300.
Nonmember Price: $600.
Includes Parts 1&2 and lunch on Friday
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
The COE examination covers a comprehensive body of knowledge that an ophthalmic administrator with approximately three years of experience in the field is expected to be familiar with and/or have mastered. This body of knowledge is based on the COE job task analysis finalized in 2016.
To confirm your eligibility, ASOA requires that all exam candidates complete the COE application and provide the required supporting documentation. After registering to take the COE exam on the Annual Meeting site, please complete the online application and select, "Check" as the payment method, as you have already paid for the exam during Annual Meeting registration. Please also be sure to review the COE Eligibility Guidelines.
Registration Deadline: June 30, 2021. No onsite registration permitted. ASOA Annual Meeting registration is required.