We anticipate 22.5 Category 1 AOA credits, including 3.5 hours HB-1                                   and 1 hour of HB157 CME credit.


    June 9-11, 2017    

1801 Newtown Pike
Lexington, KY

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Calendar  of Events

Be on the lookout for our next KOMA Professional Regional Network (PRN) Meeting!

We anticipate a meeting in May in Louisville. Please check back soon for date, place and time or look for us on the EVENTBRITE App!
Kentucky DOs celebrate behavioral health advocacy win
Action from the osteopathic medical profession ensures DO psychiatrists are recognized as equal to their MD counterparts.

Published in Louisville Medicine by ACOFP member Dr. Brian Sosnin, an osteopathic family physician at Bluegrass Community Healthcare in Kentucky. (Skip to page 10 to read the article.)

First DO elected President of the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure

Congratulations to Randal Gibson, DO, RPh!

Scrutiny of Kentucky Managed Care Firms Urgent
Timely access to treatment is critical if the commonwealth wants to contain health-care costs. All health-care providers expect reasonable payment for their services and, with the evolution of how health care will be paid for, practitioners will need to demonstrate quality outcomes in order to receive full payment.

Looking for a new job or finishing residency?
Many recruiters will be there!

Madonna Ringswald, DO, FAAIM examining her patient

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What is a KOMA PRN meeting? KOMA PRN Chapters are the social side of our professional organization. If there is not an active KOMA PRN chapter in your city, please consider starting one.

Brian Sosnin, DO

William T. Betz, DO, MBA, FACOFP

"The University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM) has earned high marks in rural medicine ranking 11th among all medical schools in the nation, both DO and MD, in the U.S. News & World Report's rankings of best medical schools for 2017...KYCOM also ranked 15th in family medicine and 4th in the percentage of graduates who enter primary care residencies...KYCOM is third among the 10 most affordable private medical schools in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s 'Short List.'"
Certain osteopathic medical schools uniquely suited to combat this crisis, even more so than their conventional allopathic counterparts.

    Dana Shaffer, DO, FACOFP

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