As a hospital CMO, John Conlon, DO, aims to decrease length of stay and readmission rates while improving patient satisfaction scores.
Roller coaster therapySept. 26, 2016
David Wartinger, DO made an effective 3D renal model to show how a roller coaster can aid in the expulsion of kidney stones.
Emergency medicineSept. 28, 2016
Instead of pronouncing the patient dead, Gerald A. Coleman III, DO, started a course of treatment that would make international headlines.
Q&ASept. 26, 2016
Marie F. Grill, MD, provides updated details on Zika’s symptoms, effects and the link to Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
School’s new Humanism in Medicine club provides an outlet to share the creative side of medicine.Sept. 28, 2016
The annual competition encourages students to develop a long-term interest in osteopathic research.Sept. 28, 2016
Medicare contractor National Government Services will appropriately pay for osteopathic manipulative treatment for Medicare beneficiaries.Sept. 16, 2016
CMS is offering physicians the flexibility to test the new system before fully participating in MACRA next year.Sept. 15, 2016
Caring for veterans
Baligh Yehia, MD, explained how DOs inside and outside the VA can make a difference for veterans.
DOs take Anaheim
DOs and osteopathic medical students gather at OMED 2016 to refresh and renew amid their peers. Here’s a closer look.
The future of medicine is precise, participatory and process-oriented, Dr. Chopra told OMED 2016 attendees.
Professor and registered yoga teacher Stacey Pierce-Talsma, DO, explains how yoga can help patients with low back pain.
Hands of healing
Teaching the power of touch
'A feeling that gets right down to your soul': Veteran educator Boyd R. Buser, DO, the AOA's 2016-2017 president, discusses his passion for teaching osteopathic manipulative medicine to students. Learn more about the AOA's new president.