After long debate, House goes against recommended disapproval, opts to refer last-minute resolution.
Congressional House committee releases final version of legislation to repeal the sustainable growth rate formula.
Delegates call for protecting physicians' freedom to discuss guns with patients as they see fit.
Policy paper outlines a number of paths states can explore to seek graduate medical education dollars.
The FDA's current policy is scientifically invalid and outdated, says the author of the resolution.
Many physicians don't realize how much using social media can benefit their careers, resolution's author says.
"[S]omething needs to be done to facilitate preceptors’ and residency directors’ understanding of OMT," TOMA leader says.
Profession's rapid growth convinces even large states to support once-controversial measure.
One resolution opposes cost-containment measures by insurers that require physicians to first try less expensive interventions.
Resolution supports increased availability of naloxone hydrochloride, an opioid overdose reversal drug.
Resolution calls for physicians to increase screening for energy drink consumption.
Resolution aims to safeguard the "unique distinctiveness" of osteopathic medicine.