Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office
Office-based sinus dilation may be a compelling option for patients who decline or are ineligible for traditional OR-based surgery. With Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office, the majority of patients return to normal activity within two days of the procedure. 1
The ORIOS and ORIOS 2 office-based clinical studies have demonstrated high safety, effectiveness, tolerability, and patient satisfaction.1,2
Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office - Clinical Benefits to an Expanded Patient Population
- Restore normal sinus drainage and function without bone or tissue removal, which preserves future treatment options
- Consider the opportunity for earlier intervention when medical therapy has failed
- Perform Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office procedures within a comfortable office setting under local anesthetic
- Lower the financial burden for eligible patients (reduced copay and procedural costs)*
Hear what ENTs are saying about Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office.
Dr. Douglas Hoisington Interview
Transitioning from the operating room to the office can be a challenging process for many ENT physicians. Dr. Douglas Hoisington, ENT Clinic of Iowa, explains how he made the transition and the benefits he came to appreciate by moving his Balloon Sinuplasty procedures into an office setting.
Dr. Charles Greene Interview
Dr. Charles Greene discusses the patient benefits of Balloon Sinuplasty In-Office, his selection criteria for BSP In-Office, patient response to BSP In-Office, and the Impact of BSP In-Office on patient care.
Balloon-only ESS payment rates are appropriate and adequate to support BSP in the office setting.
Please contact the ACCLARENT Reimbursement Hotline (Acclarent.email@example.com) with your specific reimbursement questions.
The Acclarent Partnership
Acclarent has committed teams and programs to facilitate staff preparedness and ensure procedure and office transition success. Please contact a local Acclarent representative to learn more about the dedicated in-office programs and resources.
1 Karanfilov B, Silvers S, Pasha R, Sikand A, Sillers M; for the ORIOS2 study investigators. Office-based balloon sinus dilation: a prospective, multicenter study of 203 patients. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2013;3(5):404-411.Epub 2012 Nov 7.
2 Albritton, F et al. "Feasibility of in-office endoscopic sinus surgery with balloon sinus dilation." Am J Rhinol Allergy; 2012, 26: 1-6.
ORIOS 2 Study. Data on File. *Some eligible patients may have lower out-of-pocket costs if the procedure is performed in a lower cost of care setting, such as a physician's office.