OHFAMA offers a number of educational and networking events each year. Our event calendar features a comprehensive listing of state and Academy events.
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Member Resources

OHFAMA offers a wealth of informational resources and member benefits. Learn more about how OHFAMA membership can benefit you and your practice.
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OHFAMA fights to preserve, protect, and advance podiatry in Ohio. Learn how your association is advancing foot and ankle medicine and surgery in Ohio and defending our profession against the ever-present forces challenging our scope of practice.
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The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Foundation advances the art and science of podiatric medicine by providing the highest quality of didactic and clinical learning experiences to podiatrists and their medical assistants
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The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association is:

Vested in your success as podiatric physicians and surgeons. Ohio’s champions for quality foot and ankle medical care for our members. We proudly keep Ohioans on their feet. For over 100 years, we have prepared our members for tomorrow’s podiatric medical practice issues. We are the “go to” resource in Ohio to meet your podiatric practice demands.

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CGS to Scrutinize CPT 11721 Documentation

The completion of a Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) provides members with valuable lessons to avoid common mistakes when billing for routine foot care and debridement of nails.

2023 MIPS Exception Application Open

In the MIPS world there remains a COVID-19 exemption available to providers for 2023 but it is not automatic. You must prove that you qualify for the requirement and must submit an application for exemption in 2023. The APMA website is a great resource for members who have yet to submit a 2023 Performance Year MIPS Extreme and Uncontrollable Circumstances (EUC) Exception application application and would like to do so.

State Medical Board Advances Podiatry Rules

The State Medical Board of Ohio (SMBO) unanimously voted to advance two important administrative rules relating to the podiatry scope of practice to the Common Sense Initiative as part of a multi-step review process. SMBO proposed no changes to rules that define foot and outline requirements for podiatrists to perform surgery on the ankle joint.

Members Elect New OHFAMA Leaders

OHFAMA members elected 2023-24 leaders at the Annual Business Meeting on November 4 in Columbus. Dr. Thom Arnold, who was sworn in as the new OHFAMA president, presented outgoing president Dr. Adam Thomas with the Thomas J. Meyer Award to recognize his dedicated service to the association.

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 December 2023 
January 29, 2024

Executive Committee Meeting

Teleconference - 7:00 PM

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February 8 - 9, 2024

GXMO - Didactic Course - Virtual


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February 10, 2024

GXMO - Clinical Course - Virtual


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