Happy National Osteopathic Medicine Week 2020

My Fond Memories

By Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA

National Osteopathic Medicine Week takes place April 19-25, 2020. It is a special time where the osteopathic medicine profession comes together to help educate the world about what osteopathic medicine is.

At first glance, the difference between DOs and MDs is difficult to distinguish. They’re both fully licensed physicians, trained in diagnosing and treating illnesses and disorders and providing preventive care.


But, the foundation of osteopathic medicine is that people are more than just the sum of their body parts.

Learn more about National Osteopathic Medicine Week and how you can share your DO pride. 

Assessment: I trained at several DO hospitals in my early career for which I am very grateful.



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  1. 32% of Physicians Say Their Practice/Facility Has Had to Lay Off Staff

    MDLinx recently released findings from a survey of physicians on how COVID-19 has impacted their revenues. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • 68% of physicians say COVID-19 has “substantially” decreased their revenues.
    • 1 in 3 (32%) physicians say their practice/facility has had to lay off staff.
    • 14% of physicians surveyed have stopped seeing patients or have closed their practices.
    • 13% of respondents say patient visits have dropped 25% to 50%

    Source: MDLinx, April 17, 2020


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