News from ACOI

Leadership for Physicians

Physicians are expected to be leaders in healthcare. However, many medical schools still lack formal medical education in leadership. The need for more physicians to be formal leaders is exemplified by research suggesting a positive link between hospital quality and physician leadership.

ACOI Announces Two New Awards for Residents and Fellows

ACOI is announcing two new memorial awards: The Anthony J. Malcoun, DO, MACOI Award and the David Susser, DO, MACOI Award. Submissions are open for both awards from now until August 9, 2024.

June Member News

Read the latest from ACOI members who have received awards, promotions, and other recognitions.

Education at Your Fingertips

Thousands of osteopathic internal medicine physicians and subspecialists trust the ACOI Online Learning Center to meet their educational needs. Explore on-demand courses and lectures that fulfill CME requirements and enhance your knowledge.

Countdown to Scottsdale

Join us in Scottsdale, Arizona, October 30-November 2 for ACOI 2024: Art to Health - Health, Humanities, and Osteopathic Internal Medicine.

Celebrating Pride Month

During June, we celebrate another LGBTQIA+ Pride Month. While today many feel a sense of security in gay bars, it is important to reflect about our culture and lack of civil rights that the LGBTQIA+ shared little more than a half century ago.

Climate Change and the Effects on the Pulmonary System of Humans

Several different climate effects on the human pulmonary system are known and suspected to occur especially should we surpass 1.5C° of warming above the global average since 1850.

Diagnostic Coding and Nuances You Should Know: CKD and Type 2 Diabetes

Nuances of diagnostic coding from the ICD-10-CM coding book include additional codes that supply further information relevant to the main diagnosis.

Government Affairs Updates

Take Action! The Community TEAMS Act has been introduced in the Senate; ACOI and AACOM promote shared policy priorities; ACOI asks House committee to consider step therapy bill.

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