ELMSFORD, N.Y., April 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NanoVibronix, Inc., (NASDAQ: NAOV), a medical device company that produces the UroShield®, PainShield® and WoundShield® Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Portable Ultrasonic Therapeutic Devices, today announced that the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has expanded its reimbursement approval of the company’s PainShield™ product by adding the device to its Durable Medical Equipment (DME) schedule.
Effective immediately, PainShield is reimbursable as an approved medical device under a unique reimbursement code assigned by CMS for low frequency ultrasonic diathermy treatment specifically for home use. The product is currently the only device approved for reimbursement under the unique HCPCS code K1004, which was established through the company’s efforts and work with CMS. Visit here for additional information.
“Receiving CMS approval for reimbursement under the DME schedule is a breakthrough milestone in our efforts to fully commercialize our PainShield product and reach the broader, more traditional healthcare market,” stated Brian Murphy, CEO of NanoVibronix. “This approval expands the original CMS approval to include reimbursement as a device for the many millions of beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare and paves the way for expanded distribution by removing the limitations that we have been operating under until now. We believe that demand has been building due to providers anticipating the device being added to the reimbursement schedule. We began experiencing an increase in orders for the device almost immediately and are prepared to meet the higher demand.”
About NanoVibronix, Inc.
NanoVibronix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NAOV) is a medical device company headquartered in Elmsford, New York, with research and development in Nesher, Israel, focused on developing medical devices utilizing its patented low intensity surface acoustic wave (SAW) technology. The proprietary technology allows for the creation of low-frequency ultrasound waves that can be utilized for a variety of medical applications, including for disruption of biofilms and bacterial colonization, as well as for pain relief. The devices can be administered at home without the assistance of medical professionals. The Company’s primary products include PainShield®, UroShield® and WoundShield®, all of which are portable devices suitable for administration at home without assistance of medical professionals. Additional information about NanoVibronix is available at: www.nanovibronix.com.
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