Tivic Health Launches B2B Portal

Tivic Health® Systems, Inc. (“Tivic”, Nasdaq: TIVC), a health tech company that develops and commercializes bioelectronic medicine, announced today that it has launched a B2B portal to support its increasing demand for commercial ordering of its doctor recommended and FDA-approved bioelectronic sinus device, ClearUP. This portal is available to pharmacy groups and healthcare providers, in addition to wholesalers and distributors.

ClearUP is a drug-free therapy that provides relief from allergy sinus pain, sinus headaches, sinus pressure, and congestion.

“I recommend ClearUP for treating the symptoms of allergic inflammation and having the ClearUP product available in medical practices makes it easy for patients to start using it as part of their daily regimen,” said Dr. Alan Goldsobel, Adjunct Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine and past President of the California Society of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology. “My patients are looking for effective solutions beyond the use of medications.”

Tivic’s B2B portal provides a streamlined ordering and fulfillment process for professional customers and reduces the company’s logistical complexity and costs for supporting these commercial partnerships. The launch of this new platform is a clear step in the company’s commitment to provide customers with a seamless experience while supporting its growth engine.

“The B2B portal will further enable our commercial and operational reach as we accelerate growth,” said Jennifer Ernst, CEO of Tivic. “This is one of many steps towards increasing access of bioelectronic medicine for all patients that can benefit from drug-free clinically effective therapeutic solutions.”

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