Through this service, Healthcare Organizations, CVOs, or State Boards can order profiles. Copyright © 2020 AOIA and AOA. Sample     AOA Profiles is the primary source for verifying osteopathic physician credentials information from the American Osteopathic Association state medical licensing boards, hospital medical staff administrators, and health plans. All rights reserved. The AOIA is located at 142 East Ontario St, Chicago, IL, 60611. If you're from a Healthcare Organization, College of Osteopathic Medicine, CVO, or State Board you can order physician profiles. The 24 Boards of the ABMS® have implemented standards which specify that the board certification is contingent upon meeting ongoing requirements of Maintenance of Certification (MOC). Contact Us. Through this service, Healthcare Organizations, CVOs, or State Boards can order profiles. Facebook Twitter FAQ     If you're a physician, you can send your profile to one or more state licensure boards. Terms of Use     The AOIA Official Osteopathic Physician Profile Report has been designated by the ABMS® as an Official Display Agent and provides this primary source data on their behalf. AOA Profiles AOA Profiles is the primary source for verifying osteopathic physician credentials information from the American Osteopathic Association state medical licensing boards, hospital medical staff administrators, and health plans. If you're from a Healthcare Organization, College of Osteopathic Medicine, CVO, or State Board you can order physician profiles. American Osteopathic Information Association, AOA accredited/approved pre- and postdoctoral education and training dates of attendance and completion, All state licenses held with expiration dates, Osteopathic Specialty Board Certification(s), expiration dates and participation in OCC, Certification by member board(s) of the American Board of Medical Specialties® (ABMS®) and participation in MOC. This service is free of charge for AOA member physicians. This service is free of charge for AOA member physicians. The primary source for verifying osteopathic physician credentials information from the American Osteopathic Association. CHICAGO—November 9, 2020—New research reveals a perceived lack of support from family and friends affects a patient’s ability to manage type 2 diabetes, according to a study published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Published by the American Osteopathic Association, The DO is dedicated to issues that are important to osteopathic physicians and medical students. AOA Membership     If you're a physician, you can send your profile to one or more state licensure boards. The primary source for verifying osteopathic physician credentials information from the American Osteopathic Association. Additionally, Physicians can send their profiles to one or more state licensure boards, and AOA members will have the ability to preview their profile to ensure accuracy online at no charge. The report includes the following: For more information, visit AOA Profiles via the link below or send us a message on our contact form.

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