In the News: CEFALY Technology Partners with AZOVA Telemedicine Platform for Virtual Migraine Treatment Prescriptions

The FDA-cleared preventive and abortive, prescribed, migraine treatment will now be available to migraine sufferers more quickly, without having to leave their homes to seek relief

NEW YORK, June 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CEFALY, the first device of its kind to receive FDA medical clearance for migraine headaches, is now expanding access to its prescribed CEFALY DUAL migraine treatment device through a new partnership announced today with AZOVA‘s Collaborative Clinical Care Platform™. 

AZOVA enables patients anywhere across the country to get an online visit with a healthcare provider and a prescription to order the CEFALY DUAL and get it delivered to their front door.

CEFALY Technology partners with AZOVA Telemedicine Platform for virtual migraine treatment prescriptions, which means the FDA-cleared preventive and abortive, prescribed, migraine treatment will now be available to migraine sufferers more quickly, without having to leave their homes to seek relief.
CEFALY Technology partners with AZOVA Telemedicine Platform for virtual migraine treatment prescriptions, which means the FDA-cleared preventive and abortive, prescribed, migraine treatment will now be available to migraine sufferers more quickly, without having to leave their homes to seek relief.

“We are excited to provide a way for people to find quality care and relief quickly, particularly  given the current environment and the added complications in seeking in-person medical care,”  said Jennifer Trainor-McDermott, CEO with CEFALY Technology. This new telemedicine partnership affords patients same-day virtual medical appointments.

Patients may access their free eVisit with a healthcare provider on AZOVA to see if they are a good candidate to use the CEFALY DUAL device here; unless where prohibited by law.

If it’s deemed that a patient could benefit from a CEFALY DUAL device, the patient’s online healthcare provider will send the prescription directly to CEFALY, eliminating a time-consuming step in the customer process. The patient would then only need to order the device on the CEFALY website and have it shipped to their front door.

“We’re happy to help people with migraines access effective treatments more quickly and conveniently from the comfort of their homes,” said Cheryl Lee Eberting, MD, CEO and founder of AZOVA.

CEFALY has rapidly become a global brand, widely recognized among the migraine community, which is estimated to be around 39 million in the United States1. CEFALY is a non-invasive device placed on the forehead to modify pain sensation in the area research identifies as a center for migraine pain, the Trigeminal nerve. 

The CEFALY DUAL device offers two distinct treatment options — a 60-minute ACUTE setting that serves as an abortive treatment for pain relief at the onset of a migraine, which is clinically proven to stop or reduce migraine pain during an attack; and a 20-minute PREVENT setting for daily use to help prevent future episodes. The CEFALY device comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

About CEFALY Technology
CEFALY Technology is a Belgium-based company, with US offices based in Darien, Connecticut, specializing in electronics for medical applications. CEFALY Technology’s mission is to solve the persistent problem of migraine through advanced therapeutic innovations. 

For more information about CEFALY Technology visit: https://www.cefaly.us
For more information on obtaining a prescription for CEFALY through AZOVA visit: cefalyus.azova.com   

About AZOVA
AZOVA is a comprehensive Digital Health System that enables all healthcare providers to offer their services online through innovative brand and pharmaceutical partnerships. AZOVA connects patients, physicians, pharmacies, employers, payers and device manufacturers in a single, easy-to-use interface. Patients benefit from more efficient delivery of care, price transparency, and interoperable access to their various doctors, nurses and pharmacists. To learn more, visit www.AZOVA.com.

Sources

1 Migraine facts. American Migraine Foundation website. Accessed June 6, 2020

Media Contact: Maria Coder
m.coder@cefaly.us

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