In business, you must treat customers fairly and kindly if you expect them to return. The same goes for medicine, writes Arnold Melnick, DO.
How can we balance supply and demand in primary care? One potential solution could be to revive the general practitioner.
As John B. Crosby, JD, prepares to retire later this month, he writes that he's confident the AOA will be left in good hands.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, takes a look at how osteopathic graduate medical education is evolving.
A DO laments that the profession has forgotten its roots and “adopted all the characteristics of MDs.”
The AOA is advancing research through several initiatives, including a new 10-year strategic plan for research. But these efforts still are not enough.
To meet medicine’s challenges ahead, the profession “must move forward in a unified effort,“ writes a state association director.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, outlines the ways the AOA advocates for DOs locally, federally and globally.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, who has announced he’ll retire this summer, presents “a few ideas to ponder when I'm gone.”
“By hanging together, we have faced the challenges of the past and present and are prepared for those ahead,” writes AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, writes that a unified accreditation system “will strengthen—not threaten—the osteopathic medical profession.”
Social media sites encourage osteopathic medicine's culture of family and unity, writes AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD.