A Note to Attendees Regarding the Switch to Virtual
After careful consideration of the current status of Covid recovery and in an abundance of caution to minimize risk to the health & safety of attendees, staff, industry, and faculty, the on-site Outpatient Endovascular & Interventional Society (OEIS) meeting in Orlando, Florida, September 25-27, 2020 has been converted to a virtual format with all on-site activity cancelled.
While we will indeed miss seeing colleagues and friends in person, we are excited to announce that the OEIS Annual Meeting will be a one-day virtual event held on Friday, September 25, 2020 (8:15 AM EST). We will still be providing the informative content and important discussions about the status of office-based intervention, what’s new, and important OEIS issues. As we finalize the new agenda, please stay tuned to the OEIS website (www.oeisociety.com) for details. Please note that if you previously completed your registration for the September meeting, your registration has already been carried over to the Virtual Meeting.
On behalf of the OEIS Board of Directors, we hope everyone is staying healthy. We look forward to seeing you again in person for OEIS 2021, scheduled for April 2021, in Scottsdale, AZ. In the meantime, we look forward to offering you an outstanding OEIS Virtual 2020.
Gerald A. Niedzwiecki, MD
Bret N. Wiechmann, MD
Important Registration Information
If you made your hotel reservation through the OEIS room block, your reservation will be automatically canceled. If you made the reservation on your own, please contact the hotel direct to cancel.
OEIS aims to:
- Enhance the safety, quality and patient satisfaction of outpatient endovascular and interventional procedures.
- Develop standards of practice for the operation of outpatient endovascular and interventional cases.
- Promote education to the medical community and public regarding outpatient endovascular procedures.
- Support research on medical, financial and management issues of outpatient endovascular and interventional centers.
- Foster collaboration and unity among multiple specialties, industry and service partners to advance this healthcare delivery model.
- Provide a forum to share experiences and best practices among practitioners.
- Advocate for outpatient endovascular and interventional centers with governmental bodies, insurance companies and industry.
- Provide leadership on how this new, innovative healthcare delivery model integrates into our rapidly evolving healthcare system.
Vascular Surgeons • Interventional Radiologists • Cardiologists • Outpatient Interventionalists
OEIS Executive Committee
Bret Wiechmann, MD, President Elect/Vice President
John Blebea, MD, Secretary/Treasurer
Sam Ahn, MD, Immediate Past President
OEIS Program Committee
Sam Ahn, MD
William Julien, MD
Gerald Niedzwiecki, MD
Craig Walker, MD
OEIS Founding Members
Samuel Ahn, MD, Vascular Surgery
Michael Arata, MD, Interventional Radiology
Enrico Ascher, MD, Vascular Surgery
John Blebea, MD, Vascular Surgery
Jeff Carr, MD, Interventional Cardiology
Krishna Jain, MD, Vascular Surgery
William Julien, MD, Interventional Radiology
Elias Kassab, MD, Interventional Cardiology
Yazan Khatib, MD, Interventional Cardiology
Christopher LeSar, MD, Vascular Surgery
Guy Mayeda, MD, Interventional Cardiology
Gerald Niedzwiecki, Interventional Radiology
Bret Wiechmann, MD, Interventional Radiology
David C. Sperling, MD, Vascular & Interventional Radiology