This year’s event will take place completely virtually over two weekends in August (Aug. 14–16 + Aug. 21–23) and will feature the same high-quality programming you’ve come to expect from ACOFP, as well as an overview of the practices and principles instrumental to osteopathic family medicine. Earn 30+ hours of anticipated AOA Category 1-A CME credits, all included in your full-conference registration.

Tracks + Session Topics*

Choose from a robust program, featuring multiple tracks—including a dedicated practice management track to help grow your practice and a health & wellness track to keep you in super hero shape. Plus, join us for a re-envisioned OMT track, providing level-one and next-level content and demonstrations and live Q&A from satellite practices across the country.

Evidence-Based Medicine Track

General Health
Patient-Oriented Evidence Matters (POEM)
X-Ray Review of Common Diseases
Psychopharmacology for Primary Care
Evidence-Based Approach to Mild Lab Abnormalities
Review of Screening Recommendations
Liver Function Tests: Interpretation and Management
Sexually-Transmitted Infections
Chronic Kidney Disease

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Office-Based Procedures
Managing Pediatric Concussions

Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
Men's Health
Prostatic Issues

Women's Health
Breast Health
Women's Contraceptive
Female Birth Options
Caring for your Pregnant Patient
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Common Newborn Conditions

Substance Abuse
Opioid Education
Recognizing Symptoms of Drug Abuse


Practice Management Track

Primary Care Post-COVID
Billing & Coding, Part 1: Basic Billing and Coding Review
Medical/Legal: Claims Around Hygiene, PPE & Common Scenarios
Building an Effective Team
Billing & Coding, Part 2: Enhanced Revenue

Health & Wellness Track

Building Resilience
Adapting to Change
Managing Family Dynamics
Physician Wellness & Compassion Fatigue
Trauma-Informed Care
Wellness Plans
Gratitude Lessons

OMT Track

Level 1: Extremities (Upper)
Level 1: Cervical/Thoracic
Level 1: Lumbar
Level 1: Respiratory (Upper/Lower/Sinus/Lymphatics)
Next Level: Extremities (Lower)
Next Level: Cervical/Thoracic
Next Level: Advanced Lumbar/Pelvis
Next Level: GI

*Topics subject to change

The ACOFP is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to sponsor continuing medical education for osteopathic physicians. ACOFP anticipates this program will be approved for over 30 AOA Category 1-A CME credits. In addition, application for CME credit will be filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) for those physicians seeking CME credit through this mechanism.

Intensive Osteopathic Update
Join us for the virtual experience:
August 14–16 + August 21–23, 2020

Online Registration

Registration Form 


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