Both the AOA House of Delegates and the AOA Board of Trustees will be meeting during the week of July 16-21.
Get a glimpse into DO Day by perusing these photos of the day's highlights.
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.
Memorandum of understanding is expected to be drafted this spring, says AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD.
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.
“This is a watershed moment for medical training in the U.S.,” said the ACGME’s CEO Thomas Nasca, MD.
Undiagnosed PTSD, depression and TBI plague many military personnel. The national Joining Forces initiative is an effort to help.
“He is very personable and laid-back. But he can get more stuff done than anybody I’ve ever seen,” school’s co-founder says.
The AOA Bureau of Osteopathic History and Identity is conducting its eighth annual history essay competition.
Joel M. Feder, DO, told a House subcommittee of the burdens of the new rule that expands the need for prescriptions for OTC medications.
With nearly 1,000 students taking part, DO Day on Capitol Hill focused on the future of graduate medical education.
DOs, students highlight four bills related to patient access, including one to repeal a burdensome provision of the health reform law.