To be financially successful in today’s healthcare environment, osteopathic physicians need to obtain the maximum reimbursement due from third-party payers.
The proposed 10.6% cut in Medicare physician payments set for July will be the largest in the 43-year history of Medicare. The AOA kicked off its advocacy campaign early this year to prevent the cut and work for a payment increase.
To entice osteopathic medical students, interns and residents to study their profession’s past struggles and achievements, the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity is conducting its fourth annual history essay competition.
The founding dean of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing, Myron S. Magen, DO, died Feb 13 at the age of 81.
AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO, looks at how DOs can enhance their reimbursement.
Executive Director’s Desk—The rites of spring for DOs: Playing ball in the major leagues of medicine
As baseball season begins, AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, reflects on how "caps" fit into the osteopathic medical profession.
More than 1 million people are affected each year by prescription errors. Arnold Melnick, DO, tells how avoid them.
Efren S. Caballes, OMS I, highlights some of TOUROCOM’s achievements in its New York City neighborhood.
The AOA has nominated Paul A. Martin, DO, to serve as a commissioner on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, which advises the US Congress on Medicare issues.