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2019 MOA Midwinter Symposium: February 8-10th, 2019
Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland, ME

Holiday Inn by the Bay

The Room Block is now OPEN! Call today to reserve your hotel room.
Rates start at $119.00, Call 207-775-2311

Make sure to mention that you are coming for our event to get the best rate.

Meeting & registration details will be available soon! 

If you have any questions about this meeting or would like to make suggestions on content, speakers, etc. please contact the MOA office at 207-623-1101 or email info@mainedo.org

Other 2019 MOA Events:

  • June 7-9th, 2019: 108th MOA Annual Convention at the Samoset Resort in Rockport, ME



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MOA Member Corner

Meet 2018 MOA Scholarship Recipient Lisa Rachel Smith, OMS IV!

Name: Lisa Rachel Smith
Hometown: Caribou, ME
Current Osteopathic Medical School: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine

About Lisa:
Student Doctor Smith grew up in Maine and sees herself returning to serve as a rural family physician. Ideally, she hopes to provide integrative health care with a special emphasis on Geriatric and Palliative medicine. She also aspires to serve as an advocate in Public Health Education and Health Policy in the fields of Rural, Geriatric and End of life care. 

As a former educator (Ms. Smith holds a Master's degree in Teaching from the University of Louisville), prevention and community health education are paramount to her philosophy of care. Before entering medical school, Lisa Smith taught disadvantaged urban youth in Louisville, KY and then returned to Maine where she served as a science and English teacher for middle school, high school, and adult education. Additionally, she served as the Director of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics summer camps and the CEO/President of the School's Foundation. Ms. Smith sees many opportunities to integrate community health education into medical practice and has continued to devoted herself community service and leadership opportunities at WCSOM.

Through her involvement with the Alzheimer's Association and volunteering at a local assisted living home, Ms. Smith says she has come to enjoy working with older patients. Of the experience she says: "I enjoy the life-stories that Geriatric patients share and feel this is a particularly vulnerable and overlooked population. This is a critical time in people's lives with many stresses and obstacles often financially, mentally and physically. It's a time when having a trusted and empathic primary care provider can make a huge difference in quality of life." Ms. Smith says she looks forward to joining Maine's health care team!

The MOA was pleased to offer a 2018 scholarship to Lisa Rachel Smith, OMS IV and wishes her luck in her studies in WVSOM!

Image result for we need youMOA Members: Please Join an MOA Committee!

The Maine Osteopathic Association Board of Directors  welcomes your participation on one or more of the MOA committees to
assist your state association in ensuring the availability of quality 
osteopathic healthcare in the State of Maine. Time commitments vary by committee, most meet via phone conference in the evenings.

Open to ALL MOA Members (including Students & Residents). 

Professional Advocacy Committee (Legislative Committee)
Committee Charge: To actively pursue and monitor legislative agendas pertinent to the successful progress of the Osteopathic Profession; increase the osteopathic profession visibility with the Maine State Legislature and governmental agencies; keep members actively informed during the legislative session; address and become active in inter-professional issues; and actively seek donations to the Maine Osteopathic Association Political Action Committee (MOPAC) to support the Association’s legislative activities and to ensure the election of candidates who support the osteopathic physician community. This committee meets weekly via phone conference when the legislature is in session.

Professional and Public Education Committee
Committee Charge: To develop and ensure high quality osteopathic CME programs-Annual Convention and the Midwinter Conference; promote the osteopathic profession throughout the State of Maine and the New England Region; and enhance the MOA visibility with residents and students. Help plan our Midwinter Symposium and Annual Convention!  This committee typically convenes biweekly in the 2-3 months prior to any scheduled CME events.

Payor/Payee Relations Committee
Committee Charge: To ensure that the osteopathic profession is represented at the third party payor level (i.e. managed care and health insurance companies), and at the Federal/State Regulatory level (MaineCare, Medicare, Worker’s Comp); ensure that the effectiveness and efficacy of OMT is demonstrated to third party payors; inform and educate members on the proper methods of solving disputes with third party payors; and promote correct coding and billing education or maximize physician reimbursement. This committee meets as needed.

Membership Committee
Committee Charge: To maximize the base of the membership to operate the association as efficiently and effectively through membership recruitment campaign strategies and outreach; develop a broader member services package of “Preferred Business Partners” and  member benefits; provide a nomination slate of awardees for the selection of the MOA’s prestigious awards. This committee meets as needed, at least once per year.

Technology and Communications Committee
Committee Charge: To increase the visibility and awareness of osteopathic medicine; to promote the Maine Osteopathic Association through timely and effective communications utilizing advanced technology; and to develop short and long-term infrastructure redesign and user-friendly technology for both internal and external communications. This committee meets as needed.

Finance and Sustainability Committee
Committee Charge: 
To develop short and long-term plans that will result in financial stability for the organization including partnering with the Membership Committee on the membership drive to increase dues revenue; developing new ways to seed our endowment; and engaging the membership in discussions about planned giving. 
This committee meets as needed, at least quarterly.

Please email Amanda Richards at arichards@mainedo.org for more information or to volunteer!

To view committee leadership, click here.

MOA News


Welcome to your MOA E-news Brief for October 12th, 2018!

The Highlights: MOA Midwinter Symposium 2019 Room Block Open: Call the Holiday Inn by the Bay to Reserve Your Room (Details Below), Legislative Updates: Trump Pens Controversial Op-Ed on Medicare for All, Senate Democrats Fail to Overturn Short-term Health Plan Expansion, New Female Osteopathic Leadership Announced on the ACGME Board and National Advisory Council for Complimentary and Integrative Health, ABFM Creates Examination Alternative Option for 2019, Public Health: Maine Medical Center Offers FREE Mammograms in the month of October, Practice Management: New CDC Guide on Opioids for Chronic Pain, DPC- the New Frontier of Healthcare, event listings, classified ads /job postings, professional opportunities & more!


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