This week, APS wrote Michigan lawmakers to voice concerns about HB4356, which jeopardizes the vision health of roughly 1.5 million contact lens-wearing patients in Michigan.
HB 4356 places the commercial interests of certain retailers ahead of patient health and safety by removing the critical doctor-patient relationship from the center of care. This undermines the foundation of current patient protection standards and will lead to more cases of improper dispensing and use of contact lenses, which already cause nearly 1 million additional health care visits and $175 million in added healthcare costs each year.
Read the full letter to Michigan lawmakers here.
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