Wondering if you might have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)? These two GI conditions sound similar — and may even present with some similar symptoms — but are actually quite different. If you’re just not feeling well, it might be tempting to think, “Why does knowing which one I have matter?”
Findings presented at the 2024 Crohns’ and Colitis Congress show the significant burden of unmanaged IBD symptoms driving significant ER and high-cost medication utilization Care for inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) carries a significant financial burden on the US healthcare system and these costs are rapidly increasing. There is a critical need to better understand the
Learning to navigate life with a GI condition or digestive symptoms may feel overwhelming — and it can be hard to find effective solutions on your own. That’s where a GI Health Coach comes in: at Oshi Health, their role is to introduce evidence-based concepts and tools that empower you to take a proactive approach to
Episode #103 – Sam Holliday, CEO at Oshi Health Oshi Health CEO Sam Holliday joins the Slice of Health conversation and shares his background and the company’s vision. Oshi Health offers patient-centered, virtual-first, value-based care for gastrointestinal (GI) conditions and digestive health.
A conversation with Oshi Health CEO Sam Holliday and Dr. Bonnie on post-COVID telehealth, digital healthcare, virtual-first primary and specialty care, and building the future of GI care. Like virtual work, telehealth is here to stay Sam: I think telehealth is here to stay. Just as the pandemic forced so many people to work from home,
Excerpt of a conversation with Oshi Health CEO Sam Holliday and Dr. Bonnie on post-COVID telehealth, digital healthcare, virtual-first primary and specialty care, and building the future of GI care. GI as initial complaint and the PCP to GI handoff Sam: GI is an interesting specialty. As I said before, many patient journeys start with