Benefits of Joining OASIS
We have over 200 physician members and we are growing. Our network creates efficiencies and synergies between our members to meet our mutual goals. As a member your practice will be able to take part in:
- Clinical outcomes improvement projects
- Best practice in allergy treatment
- Collegial resources for ENT and allergy treatment
- CEUs for program participation
- Free participation in our annual symposium
- Developing and guiding future initiatives
- The OASIS Network Website, designed to connect our members, coming soon
“We wanted to help stabilize smaller groups as well as keep other practices from being purchased by hospitals. Our focus is on the promotion of successful independent otolaryngology practices.”
Thinking About Joining?
Below are some of the most common questions people have along with answers from our members.
- What Are The Main Benefits of Being an OASIS Member?Watch Video
- What Can OASIS do for Private Practices?Watch Video
- How is OASIS Helping Practices Face Change?Watch Video
- Why Should I Attend the OASIS Meeting?Watch Video
- What is the OASIS Clinically Integrated Network and Why Does it Exist?Watch Video
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OASIS participating physicians will invoke the following clinical standards with the goal of improving patient clinical outcomes:
- Physicians will assess allergen-specific IgE sensitivity and document it prior to immunotherapy treatment (IT).
- Physicians will assess asthma symptoms prior to administration of allergen IT injections.
- Physicians will document the consent process for subcutaneous allergen IT in the medical record.
Additional quality improvement protocols and algorithms will be developed, implemented and monitored for patient outcome improvement. All therapy modifications will be vetted by the OASIS Quality Improvement Committee led by physicians board certified in Otolaryngology and Allergy.
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