As OMED 2012 wraps up, attendees reflect on why they love their chosen profession.
In Hockeytown Doc, John H. Finley, DO, reflects on nearly five decades as a professional hockey team physician.
“CBS This Morning” contributor shares the challenges her family faced after her husband was critically wounded in Iraq.
For one, plunge in and use a new system to the fullest extent possible from the beginning, family physician recommends.
Take a look at the backgrounds and interests of some of this year’s OMED attendees.
Prioritizing fitness by making workouts part of a daily schedule is a big help, DOs and students say.
The DO asked OMED attendees for their thoughts on the best and worst aspects of the health care reform law.
On average, physicians spend half their time each day dealing with conflict, says Jonathan D. Colen, DO.
Telemedicine is poised to turn health care on its head: “We're probably closer to achieving that than most people think,” Ohio DO says.
As many as 2 million concussions go unidentified each year, says concussion expert R. Robert Franks, DO, during OMED 2012.
Web-shy physicians are missing chances to gain new patients, medical marketing expert says at OMED.
“The process is not a monster,“ a Michigan internist assures his OMED 2012 audience. “It’s just a toddler growing.”