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Knowledge is power: An extra degree often pays off, DOs say

Looking to add more initials to your name? DOs share their advice on earning MBAs, MPHs and JDs.

Social networks for physicians now trending #DoctorsLounge

Learn what the major social networks for physicians, Doximity and Sermo, offer members and why DOs are using them.

How to get your research funded by PCORI

The organization's executive director encourages more osteopathic physicians to apply for funding.

ICD-10’s detailed requirements leave no room for procrastination

The conversion to ICD-10 will have a profound impact on medical practices, and few physicians are prepared, a CMO says.

Work-wife balance: Are you married to your spouse or your job?

Experts reveal why successful people often struggle in marriage, and DOs detail how they sustain the spark in their unions.

DOs weigh effective use of physician extenders in delivering quality care

Mid-level clinicians are helping many DOs thrive financially and provide better care in today’s red-tape-burdened medical climate.

4 practice management New Year’s resolutions

Experts provide step-by-step tips to help you boost your online reputation, convert to ICD-10, adopt EFT and maximize your revenue.

What DOs need to know about personal finance

You're done with residency and want to celebrate with new wheels. Not so fast, money experts say.

Uncertain of Affordable Care Act’s impact, rural DOs wait and see

Confusion prevails when it comes to understanding the 2010 health reform law. Part two of series on rural osteopathic physicians.

Not fade away: How rural solo physicians are surviving, thriving

Administrative demands and other burdens have chased away many country doctors. But some are determined to make their lifestyle work.

Networking 101: Mastering mingling and conquering conferences

Many DOs and medical students must reframe the way they think about networking, one expert says. Find out why—and how to do that.

Out-of-network: Why some DOs don’t take insurance

Physicians running cash-only practices love the autonomy and the reduced paperwork.

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