Drop Bio + Osana Partnership

MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday 9th June, 2021 Drop Bio and Osana Announce Mental Health Partnership Drop Bio is joining forces with Osana to use personalised inflammatory... Read More

What is a Health Assistant?

You may have noticed at Osana that we Health Assistants instead of medical receptionists. What is the difference? Health assistants are a core part of... Read More

Why Osana is better

Osana is a social enterprise that focuses on prevention. We are a group of clinicians focused on improving the health of our members that we... Read More

How we help our members

Here are some case examples of how Osana supports members in their health: Exercise A 64 year old woman joined Osana in April 2019. She... Read More

Podcast – Osana and its mission

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Osana Narrabeen paving way for a different type of GP clinic

Published Manly Daily 2018 "Tax agent Annette McGough isn’t sick, but she goes to her GP surgery at least once a week, if not twice.... Read More

Health provider Osana works on prevention, not cure

Published Australian Financial Review, 2018 "Kevin Cheng says healthcare spending is spiralling out of control. Cheng, a medical doctor and former management consultant, cites a prediction... Read More

Saving our health system

Actuary turned doctor, Raymond Yeow and distinguished doctor and social venture entrepreneur, Kevin Cheng – a specialist in chronic disease management and integrated care –... Read More

Slow medicine – Medical Republic article

Published: http://medicalrepublic.com.au/slow-medicine-changing-game/20955 Osana Health Care, with three clinics in Sydney’s north shore and eastern suburbs, has a “slow medicine” vision for improving patient experience and... Read More

Osana Cremorne Launch Event 2018

Thank-you to all our special guests who supported us for our inaugural Osana Cremorne clinic launch. (more…) Read More

Osana – Interview with Founder Kevin Cheng

A recent interview with our founder, Kevin Cheng. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhMV980k5fs&feature=youtu.be Read More

The case for more prevention

The case for more prevention Some stats: 26% of health care costs in Australia can be avoided through better prevention. Treasury Departments predict by 2046... Read More

Experimenting with General Practice – Medical Republic Journal

Experimenting with General Practice Australia’s health system, as it currently stands, is unsustainable. Treasury forecasts predict health care will consume all of State revenues by... Read More

A new model of care – Prosperity Health Paper

A new model of care Prosperity Health’s recent involvement in the RACGP’s GP17 conference provided exposure to exciting new insights and ideas in the medical... Read More