The proliferation of retail clinics and medical tourism will heat up competition for physicians in coming years, says the CMO of a health care consulting firm.
Many physicians don't realize how crucial compassion is to patients—and how it can improve outcomes, a health care executive says.
A Lyme disease survivor, Kathleen A. Spreen, DO, MPH, spent several years researching and writing the 830-page textbook.
Arnold Melnick, DO, reminds the profession of when there were hardly any specialty training opportunities for osteopathic physicians.
As the town's EMS director, George N. Smith, DO, coordinated disaster relief efforts following the explosion.
While deeply saddened by the day's events, DOs say they are encouraged by the displays of kindness and empathy they witnessed.
Two DOs—a race medical director and a runner—quickly responded to the bomb blasts.
The school still needs $80 million to cover startup expenses, but leaders are optimistic.
NBOME summit attendees express both concern and optimism regarding proposed changes to OGME and other issues.
Single, successful professional seeks same for companionship. Must love helping others.
Osteopathic physicians in the area overcame power loss, flooding and other devastation to resume their work.
While some DOs in the Northeast wait to see the damage to their clinics, others grapple with power outages and crowded hospitals.