United Allergy Services (UAS) brings effective and convenient allergy testing and immunotherapy to a range of providers that treat the vast majority of patients with seasonal and perennial allergies. This group includes:
- primary care providers;
- ENT providers;
- internal medicine providers;
- healthcare systems.
UAS’ complete service line features in-office UAS Clinical Allergy Technician/Specialist (CAT/CAS) staffing and training; quality assurance and compliance; and supply and inventory management. On a day-to-day basis, a UAS CAT/CAS will remain under the provider’s direct supervision to test, analyze and perform dilutions for immunotherapy treatments. The provider educates patients on the therapy and results. They then use UAS proprietary protocols to provide a customized treatment program with the best individual patient treatment outcomes.
UAS provides all testing and therapy supplies and necessary education materials with minimal out-of-pocket or start-up cost to the practice. Ask us for the implementation chart on how we prepare your practice for allergy testing and IT treatment.
Each practice will be supported by a full team of UAS professionals that includes:
CMO, Medical Advisory Board & Clinical Support Specialists
The Clinical Support Team, led by our CMO, a 35-year board-certified Allergist, provides support to your clinical staff, ensuring you have all the clinical guidance you may need.
Training of your Clinical Technician
Your on-site UAS clinical technician will complete a comprehensive training program and receive a certificate of training in Allergy Testing and Immunotherapy.
Quality Assurance Team
To ensure consistency in quality of care, our Quality Assurance Team provides support and continued education opportunities to your clinical technicians.
Our experienced implementation team coordinates a smooth integration of allergy services into your practice while your designated Account Manager provides localized support to your team.
Every practice has access to a dedicated team to assist with payer relations and reimbursement matters. Supporting our customers in this way is important in a constantly evolving health care environment.
From implementation to fresh content throughout the year, the Marketing Team is here to help provide website content, seasonal campaigns, on-hold messages, and patient education materials to spark conversations about your patients’ allergy symptoms.