Building on the success of last year’s inaugural “Focus on Eye Health National Summit,” Prevent Blindness America and its partners will conduct the second annual summit, to be held on June 18. The event, which highlights advances in vision and public health, will take place from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Marriott at Metro Center in Washington, DC. During the summit, Prevent Blindness America will release a new report featuring cost data related to vision problems across the age spectrum. The Summit will also include presentations on the role of surveillance in vision and public health, women’s eye health, vision benefits for children, advances in low vision, and public health systems of care for vision. Read more.