Welcome to the new Michigan Osteopathic Association website!

The new MOA website will help to keep our members connected. With communication tools for staying in touch, space for sharing documents and photos and resources to support committees, we will use it to help promote our association and share the great work being done.

In addition, the Michigan Osteopathic Association website is going to make the process of renewing membership and event registration easy for our users. You will be able to easily track transactions and the CME events you have attended, as well as access member-only content on governmental affairs, changes in regulations and resolutions from our House of Delegates.

While you are logged in, please update your profile and any credentials that you care to share with your colleagues.
You can even renew your dues and register for our next event, the 119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention, May 17-20 at the Westin Southfield Detroit.

We are excited for the new system! We hope you will be, too!

Your MOA Team

Member website and database upgrade

The Michigan Osteopathic Association will be upgrading the domoa.org website and the membership database over the next two weeks. Membership login will be suspended during this time in order to complete the upgrade.

The new system will provide a more intuitive environment making it easier to access information and register for events.

We have created a "Help" page with information on logging into the new system and how to access your profile information. We appreciate your patience and look forward to a new, online environment that can better communicate to MOA members, partners and advocates.  

Help page for new MOA website and database

Opioid Prescribers' Legislative Alert

On December 27, 2017, the Lieutenant Governor signed into law several new requirements aimed at combating the opioid epidemic. The MOA is part of a coalition that is working with the Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to provide input from healthcare professionals in regards to the laws, regulations and systems used by prescribers. 

For MOA members, a page has been created with an overview, a link to a summary (PDF) and a link to a survey designed to get feedback from the MOA membership.

Opioid Alert page (MOA login page)
Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) - User Support Manual