Osteopathic Physician Profile Service

Under a data licensing agreement with the AOA, the AOIA provides comprehensive, up-to-date, primary source verification of DO credentials to state medical licensing boards, hospital medical staff administrators, and health plans.

The report includes the following:

The report, used in combination with established credentialing procedures, meets certain primary source requirements for osteopathic medical education, osteopathic postdoctoral training and osteopathic specialty board certification for the following accrediting agencies: the AOA Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program; TJC; NCQA; AAAHC; URAC; and the NAIC.

Report fees:

These fees do not apply to CVO's or AOA physician members. AOA physician members can send their profiles free of charge to State Licensing Boards.

For more information, visit AOAprofiles.org or email us at Credentials@Osteopathic.org.