The proposed rule would collapse payment for levels 2-5 of both new and established patient office visit codes into two payment rates.
If you are fortunate enough to travel to another country and assist in the care of patients in medically underserved areas, here’s what you should know before you go.
Born in Ethiopia before emigrating to the U.S., Najaha Musse, OMS II, was given a crash course in Haiti this summer on how socioeconomic factors impact health.
NASA Flight Surgeon Richard Scheuring, DO, will head to Antarctica in early October for six weeks to support the National Science Foundation and its research teams who will be working there.
Peter Bach, MD, is on a mission to make drugs more affordable. Here’s what he’s doing–and what he’ll be talking about at OMED.
To mitigate the challenges of medical school and practicing medicine, Jessica Barber, MD, advises prioritizing self-care and stress reduction techniques.
Residents say they want better work-life balance, according to Medscape’s 2018 Residents Lifestyle and Happiness Report. More than 1,900 residents in over 29 specialties responded to the survey about stress, relationships, burnout and expectations for their postgraduate training.
Health care innovator and futurist Nicholas J. Webb will speak Friday, Oct. 5, during OMED about how disruptive innovators are boldly changing health care.
Teaming up with state osteopathic associations and speciality affiliates, the AOA has commented on 18 unnecessary scope of practice issues at the state level so far this year.