OEIS QUALITY STANDARDS STATEMENT

The Outpatient Endovascular and Interventional Society (OEIS) provides a forum for physicians, surgeons, researchers, residents, fellows and allied health care professionals involved in all medical disciplines including vascular surgery, interventional cardiology, interventional radiology, outpatient interventionalists and other specialties involved in office based endovascular procedures. OEIS is a multispecialty/multidisciplinary society that was formed to establish standards of safety, successful outcomes, education, fiscal responsibility, appropriateness criteria and quality of procedures performed in office based interventional centers. Our commitment is to the highest ethical standards placing the patient first in our decision-making.

The OEIS Mission

OEIS's mission is to serve the public and the medical profession by improving the quality of healthcare through setting and adhering to these professional quality standards.

The OEIS Five Pillars of Quality

OEIS has created five pillars of quality. These five pillars aim to help foster innovation in our field of medicine, protect the patient-physician relationship and promote improved care coordination and communication with office based interventional centers. The OEIS Five Pillars of Quality are as follows:

  • Highest commitment to patient safety and quality
  • A commitment to excellence in outcomes
  • A commitment to selecting and performing clinically appropriate procedures in all cases
  • A commitment to continuing education
  • A commitment to fiscal responsibility and transparency

These pillars of quality guide the behavior of OEIS members on a daily basis. OEIS believes in the continuous improvement of the patient-physician relationship which ensures the proper patient diagnoses and follow up care.
Our commitment to the highest quality standards is of paramount importance to our members. Through this commitment, we are able to establish the highest levels of trust in our profession among our patients, constituents and regulatory entities.