In July, the AOA announced the newest Great Pioneers in Osteopathic Medicine. The 37 individual DOs, three friends of the profession, and one group of DOs represent pioneers in the clinical, educational and political aspects of osteopathic medicine.
After years of watching his patients practice bad habits that often resulted in poor health or even death, Donald E. Kennedy, DO, wrote a self-help book on making real, substantive changes.
Physician practices that are experiencing cash flow problems because of their National Provider Identifier may be eligible for advance payments or accelerated payments.
AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO, looks back on his year in office.
AOA Executive Director John B. Crosby, JD, lists the AOA’s successes during the term of AOA President Peter B. Ajluni, DO.
Arnold Melnick, DO, tells why the words Dictated, but not read by … are his least favorite in medical communication.
Kristina Marie Manion, OMS IV, recounts SOMA’s accomplishments during the past year.