Known for his persistence, attention to detail and passion for data, AOA President Larry A. Wickless, DO, guides the osteopathic medical profession to embrace change during this time of transformation for the U.S. health care system
In every facet of her career, AOA President-elect Karen J. Nichols, DO, impresses others with her drive to improve patient care, osteopathic medical education and the responsiveness of organizations.
With both a sense of fun and a sense of purpose, AOA Immediate Past President Carlo J. DiMarco, DO, accomplishes what he sets out to do—and more.
Photographs showcase memorable moments from the AOA House of Delegates’ annual meeting, which took place July 17-19 in Chicago.
The Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States has named Humayun J. Chaudhry, DO, as the organization’s president and chief executive officer, effective Oct. 1.
The AOA’s priorities for health system reform include replacing the sustainable growth rate formula and advancing the patient-centered medical home.
AOA Editor in Chief Gilbert E. D’Alonzo Jr., DO, reminds readers that the September issue is the final print edition of The DO, which will become an online-only publication beginning in October.
To alleviate the shortage of primary care physicians, the profession must do more than open new osteopathic medical colleges and expand class sizes.
A humorous e-mail points to the need to ask patients for feedback on front-office staff.
Born without a left hand, Robyn L. Kratenstein, OMS IV, has adapted with aplomb to the physical challenges she faces in her journey to become an osteopathic physician.