Oshi Health Named to 2021 CB Insights Digital Health 150 List of Most Innovative Digital Health Startups | New


NEW YORK, December 8, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Oshi Health, The Virtual Specialty Care Company That Transforms Gastrointestinal (GI) Health Outcomes and Economics, Named in CB Insights Digital Health 150’s Third Annual List of Private Companies most promising digital health solutions in the world.

“The future of medicine is emerging rapidly, with exponential advances in patient experiences and outcomes,” said Oshi Health CEO Sam holliday. “As part of this, Oshi Health is completely rethinking care for chronic gastrointestinal conditions and proving that convenient access to specialized interventions through virtual care first can be transformational. It’s also much more affordable and scalable.

Using an evidence-based approach, the CB Insights research team selected the Digital Health 150 from a pool of over 11,000 companies, including applicants and nominees. They were chosen based on several factors, including data submitted by companies, companies ‘business models and market dynamics, and Mosaic scores, CB Insights’ proprietary algorithm that measures overall health and potential for growth. growth of private enterprises.

A new model of gastrointestinal care

Traditional fee-for-service health care models and practices are neither structured nor incentivized to provide the high-frequency support that has been shown to be most effective in treating chronic gastrointestinal conditions, a wide range of symptoms and problems that affect 1 in 5 people of working age. adults and incur huge direct health costs, greater than heart disease. As a result, most people must self-diagnose their root causes and triggers as part of a struggle for digestive health that can last for years.

Oshi Health’s integrated gastrointestinal care model provides effective relief through comprehensive, evidence-based care – including often overlooked dietary and psychosocial interventions – and can quickly achieve a positive diagnosis and guide individualized treatment.

This integrated care model is conveniently delivered through digital health modalities. Members connect with specialist providers via telehealth visits, their care plan is continually informed and refined by their symptoms, monitoring of their diet and stress, and a health coach provides daily messages and support to provide lasting lifestyle changes. For the first time, gastrointestinal care is practical, accessible and empowering.

Oshi Health members are often able to control their symptoms within 90 days, and 91% of members say Oshi Health has helped them improve their quality of life. To learn more about Oshi Health and its value-based care that patients love, visit http://www.oshihealth.com.

About CB Insights

CB Insights creates software that empowers the world’s best companies to confidently discover, understand, and make technology decisions. By combining data, expert advice and work management tools, clients manage their end-to-end technological decision-making process on CB Insights. To learn more, please visit http://www.cbinsights.com.

About Oshi Santé Inc.

Oshi Health is a completely redesigned gastrointestinal care experience. Its patient-centered, virtual care delivery model is designed to provide multidisciplinary diagnosis and care for gastrointestinal conditions, and to enable people to gain meaningful and lasting control over their symptoms and improve their quality of life. Oshi Health works with innovative employers and health insurance partners to expand access to their employees and members as a covered benefit, thereby reducing the overall cost of health care and improving productivity in life and at work. Oshi Heath was launched in 2020 to improve the lives of people with gastrointestinal illnesses. For more information, visit http://www.oshihealth.com.

Media contact

Stephanie hicks, Cosmo Public Relations, Inc for Oshi Health, 805-295-9455, [email protected]

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