With the launch of our VenSure Balloon Sinus Dilation System and Cube 4D Navigation system with VirtuEye, “Intersect ENT is transforming to become a more diversified, integrated and evidence-based growth company participating across the continuum of care in CRS,” said Thomas A. West, President and Chief Executive Officer of Intersect ENT.
CMS’s recent decisions will also clearly differentiate coding for SINUVA and PROPEL, two very different products. This will serve to simplify and streamline coding and reimbursement across our portfolio and will support evidence-based and cost-effective care across the continuum of need in chronic rhinosinusitis.
“CMS’s agreement, at our request, to assign separate codes to SINUVA and PROPEL reflects and supports our deliberate strategy to leverage Intersect ENT’s proprietary drug-eluting sinus stent technology platform while, at the same time, broadening our portfolio of therapeutic offerings, clinical indications, and health economic data to support evidence-based and cost-effective care across the continuum of need in chronic rhinosinusitis,” notes Thomas A. West, President and CEO of the company.