Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is collaborating with Oshi Health, an independent company, to offer virtual GI care. Find lasting relief with personalized, on-demand care for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and more — included with your health plan.Get Started Oshi Health GI care is in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and standard copays and deductibles may apply as noted in your plan benefits. Please check your plan benefits for further details.
We diagnose and treat hundreds of GI issues
We help individuals experiencing chronic symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation confirm a diagnosis and get started quickly on treatment.
Get seen without leaving home
Meet and message with your GI provider team from the comfort and privacy of home.
If you’re looking to take control of your digestive health, Oshi Health may be right for you. Oshi Health delivers convenient, personalized, whole-person care to people living with GI conditions and symptoms.
After you sign up, you’ll get 12 months of unlimited access to a dedicated GI care team, who will develop a care plan to help you take control of your digestive issues and get back to what’s most important in life. Your care team may include:
- GI Providers (GI Nurse Practitioners and GI Physician Assistants)
- GI Registered Dietitians
- GI Behavioral Health Providers
- GI Health Coaches
You also get access to our GI Care Coordination team, who can help you navigate your health journey, including medical record retrieval, external referrals, and procedural needs.
In addition, all Oshi Health members have access to the Oshi Health mobile app for virtual visits and unlimited chat messaging with your care team, on-demand appointment scheduling, and personalized care plans, all in one convenient place.
Oshi Health is included in your health plan’s network. Our GI care services will be billed in-network through your insurance, and any copay or deductible will depend on the specifics of your plan. To get a tailored cost estimate based on your plan details, click here to provide your member info. Access to Oshi Health may require a referral from your primary care provider, depending on your benefit design.
If you have any out-of-pocket costs, Oshi Health can work with you to create a flexible payment plan as needed. And just like other clinical practices, Oshi Health GI care services are HSA eligible.
A full GI clinic from the comfort of home
Virtual visits, unlimited chat messaging, on-demand scheduling, personalized care plans, and more — all in one convenient place
Unlimited dietary and behavioral health support
Following your GI provider visit, you’ll get access to unlimited visits with your care team, including GI Registered Dietitians and GI Behavioral Health providers to get to the root cause of your digestive symptoms.
of Oshi Health members gain control over their GI symptoms within 10 weeks.
of members report they’re satisfied with the care
they receive from Oshi Health.
Source: A virtual integrated care program improves patient outcomes, engagement, and satisfaction at reduced costs: a prospective trial. Results of a clinical trial conducted in partnership with a national health plan, presented at the 2022 IHI Forum and 2023 ATA Annual Conference.
Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3
Click ‘Get Started’ to sign up
Fill out some basic information and schedule your first appointment.
Download the Oshi Health mobile app
Download the Oshi Health mobile app via the Apple App or Google Play store.
Meet with a GI provider
Join your appointment from the comfort of home or virtually anywhere*.
What Oshi Health members are saying
After over 15 years of suffering, more than 25 doctors of all specialties, and tens of thousands of dollars, I FINALLY have answers! I highly recommend Oshi Health to anyone who has lost hope!”
Oshi is groundbreaking digestive care. It s important for people struggling with digestive conditions to understand this is a truly different, life-changing approach compared to traditional GI visits they might be used to.”