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Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) seeks proposals for quality improvement

ACGME-accredited sponsoring institutions have until Oct. 3 to submit proposals for an 18-month collaborative to help residents and fellows better engage in delivering safe, high-quality care throughout their careers while identifying and eliminating health care disparities.

The DO

08.22.18

The DO

Paper chase: Opportunity for exemption from MIPS reporting

Physicians have until Sept. 6 to submit an application for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services new demonstration project that offers physicians who participate in Medicare Advantage an opportunity to opt out of the Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).

The DO

08.21.18

The DO

How my ulcerative colitis gave me a crash course in patient care

In this commentary, Tebyan Rabbani, OMS IV, shares how trading a white coat for a gray gown reminded him of a core role of being a doctor – to be a shield for those at their most vulnerable.

The DO

08.21.18

The DO

From pain to purpose: DO cancer survivor develops intrauterine device with help from Bill & Melinda Gates

Mikail Kamal, DO, who fought and won against leukemia as a child, used his experience as a young patient to explore a career in medicine. He also created a life-saving device called Tampostat.

The DO

08.17.18

The DO

Higher learning: Take your career to the next level with AOA Advanced Degrees

Attend a “Virtual Open House” on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to learn more about this new program for AOA members offers significant discounts on tuition for professional degree programs, such as Master in Health Administration and Master in Business Administration.

The DO

08.15.18

The DO

Imposter Syndrome: preventing it, overcoming it and the link to burnout

When a physician feels like a phony, it can create a ripple effect. Learn how imposter syndrome affects the care you provide and tips for overcoming imposter syndrome.

The DO

08.15.18

The DO

Best in care: U.S. News & World Report rated the 20 best hospitals for 2018-19

After evaluating nearly 5,000 hospitals, find out which hospitals were named America’s best hospitals, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. In order to qualify, these hospitals had to also rank in one or more of the 16 specialties that U.S. News assesses and rate as high-performing in one or more of nine procedures … Read More

The DO

08.14.18

The DO

CrossFit nation: 5 things to know about your patient who enjoys CrossFit but has an injury

In this article, author Jason Dapore, DO, a fellowship-trained sports medicine physician and CrossFit participant, describes how the nature of CrossFit allows patients to participate while recovering from an injury.

The DO

08.10.18

The DO

Med schools with the most first-choice residency placements: 6 DO schools in top 10

DO schools lead the way, filling more than half of this year’s top 10 ranking from U.S. News and World Report. See who made the list.

The DO

08.08.18