As the Obama administration and the US Congress grapple with how to provide health care coverage to more than 47 million uninsured Americans, U.S.-trained DOs who have practiced in other countries weigh in on how universal health care is faring abroad.
Tucked away in a drawer in a Kirksville, Mo., antique shop, a century-old notebook reveals lessons from some of the profession’s seminal physicians.
Only a few hours before her home was destroyed by a deadly tornado, Sarah Hellmann, OMS III, rushed to the hospital after going into labor.
Several bills recently introduced in Congress would benefit individual graduate medical trainees, training programs and the medical profession as a whole.
The DO will leap into a new online format in October.
After steep investment losses in the last fiscal year, the AOA is making steady progress.
Physicians must separate the needs of patients from the wants of their caregivers.
In August, SOMA will debut a Web resource students can use to search for elective rotations.