Dayton District 3

 

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Jennifer Horvath, Executive Director
320 West Grand Avenue
Dayton, OH 45405
(937)222-4213-phone 
(937)461-2971-fax 
daytonacademy@sbcglobal.net

www.daytonacademy.net

 

 

District News

AOA, ACGME Build Single Accreditation System

Four DO representatives have been appointed to the ACGME Board, and two Ohio DOs were among a group of 13 osteopathic physicians approved for the ACGME's Osteopathic Principles Committee (OPC). The comment period for new osteopathic standards ended, December 29.


ODH, Medical and Pharmacy Boards Get New Executives

Governor Kasich has announced the appointment of new executive directors at the State Medical and Pharmacy Boards, and the new chief medical officer of the Ohio Department of Health


Ohioan Installed as AOA President

Ohio's favorite son, Robert S. Juhasz, DO, of Cleveland, was installed as the 118th president of the American Osteopathic Association, July 20, telling more than 600 members of the AOA House of Delegates, "I am so incredibly proud and humbled to be your AOA president at this historic time for our profession."


AOA House Votes to Support New GME Accreditation System

This decision clears the way for DO and MD granting medical schools, hospitals, and community health centers to develop a single standard for residency program training. Graduating students from DO or MD schools can now become board-eligible, practicing physicians in the United States through a single accrediting system.


Congress Approves One-Year Medicare Physician Pay Fix

The best opportunity in decades to permanently repeal Medicare’s flawed Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) formula was within Congress' reach, and they let it slip away by opting instead to patch a broken payment system.


PSP Expands Meaningful Use and IT Services For OOA Members

The new services includes a free check up and report on IT infrastructure for all OOA members.


Ohio Legislators Frustrated By Drug Abuse Epidemic

The OOA and other physician organizations continue to advocate for an educational approach to solving the problem, while the legislators, impatient with results to date, continue to press for penalties and more stringent laws to get the attention of the physician community.


Dayton Resident Wins Memorial Award


OOA Announces 2008 Award Winners

Honors to be Presented at State Convention in June


Ohio DO Nominated to MedPAC

Prestigious Panel Advises Congress

American Osteopathic Association President Peter B. Ajluni,DO, has nominated Paul A. Martin, DO, of Dayton, to serve on the prestigious Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC).

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