AOA at Work

White coats in Washington: DO Day attendees push SGR repeal, GME growth

"When there's 50 or 60 physicians standing in a hallway outside of a senator's office, it does have a massive impact," says Teshina Wilson, DO.

AOA names veteran Mayo Clinic academic leader as new editor in chief

The AOA has selected infectious diseases investigator Robert Orenstein, DO, to advance the AOA’s strategic agenda for osteopathic medical research and lead the JAOA.

Building bridges: How the AOA’s new executive director creates change

A veteran health strategist, Adrienne White-Faines, MPA, looks to heighten the AOA's profile and strengthen its influence.

OMED 2013: Local DOs and students share their fave spots in Las Vegas

Neon, nightlife and nature await OMED attendees. Insights from local DOs and students can help you make the most of your time.

AOA seeks new editor in chief

AOA looks for a leader to continue the remarkable growth of the AOA’s publications.

Entrepreneur, advocate, surfer: Get to know the AOA’s new president

Known for his work on innovative health care models, Dr. Vinn brings financial, business acumen to his new role.

Official call: AOA’s 2013 annual business meeting

Both the AOA House of Delegates and the AOA Board of Trustees will be meeting during the week of July 16-21.

Slideshow: DO Day on Capitol Hill

Get a glimpse into DO Day by perusing these photos of the day's highlights.

White-coated DOs, students target SGR, GME during DO Day on Capitol Hill

DOs and osteopathic medical students met with lawmakers while a repeal of the SGR formula has gained momentum for the first time in 10 years.

Video: Next steps in proposed ACGME agreement to unify residency programs

Memorandum of understanding is expected to be drafted this spring, says AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD.

Long-range planning: How to get involved in organized medicine

To become a leader in the AOA, a DO must follow a path that begins with rising to a leadership position in a state association.

Video: Review of the proposed ‘historic’ new plan to unify GME accreditation

“This is a watershed moment for medical training in the U.S.,” said the ACGME’s CEO Thomas Nasca, MD.