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Ike Ahmed, Md, Frcsc

Ike Ahmed, MD, FRCSC

Chief Innovation Officer, Prism Eye Institute

Directly correlating clinical and diagnostic findings with medication and surgeries has been one of the greatest challenges in chronic disease management. The ability to have this as a unified platform improves our efficiency, improves our accuracy, improves our resources to our practices, and ultimately improves patient care…[DHRpro] is kind of the quarterback, I would say, of our care in our practices.

Ike Ahmed, MD, FRCSC is one of the most distinguished complex eye surgeons in the world. He is known as “The Father of MIGS” and the inventor of glaucoma diamond scalpels and other innovative devices.  He serves as the Chief Innovation Officer at Prism Eye Institute, Professor for the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at John A. Moran Eye Center, Division Head of Ophthalmology for Trillium Health Partners, and Assistant Professor for the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Ahmed sees patients from around the world and has operated in four continents.  He was named to Canada’s “Top 40 Under 40” list in 2010 and consults for an array of manufacturers regarding the development of new technologies and devices.  He sits on numerous editorial boards and is widely published.  In 2002, he was ranked #2 worldwide on the “Power List” compiled by The Ophthalmologist magazine.