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July 10, 2023

Written by Dr. Rollins: 

BIOLYTE has recently been named to the durable medical equipment (DME) benefit category by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). It has been assigned a HCPCS (Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System) code of B4155. This qualifies our product to be billed as a specialty nutrient formula for medical purposes. This recognition for BIOLYTE is very exciting!

What exactly does this mean? 

BIOLYTE has been given significant legitimization as a medical-grade hydration solution that better addresses fluid and electrolyte replacement than the many other sports drinks and oral rehydration solutions on the market. 

This allows BIOLYTE to be billed as a specialty nutrient formula for medical purposes which is important for Medical Facilities who perform surgeries, procedures or studies, and evaluations on patient populations. This includes many practitioners and providers such as:

  • Surgery centers
  • Oncologists administering chemotherapy
  • GI medicine and procedures
  • Hospice Care
  • Home Health
  • Long Term Care Facilities
  • OBGYN practices to help morning sickness and breastfeeding fluid and electrolyte support

We believe this supports BIOLYTE's claim that it is a superior medical-grade level of fluid and electrolyte replacement. BIOLYTE is different than its competition and granted this advanced coding because of the additional ingredients not present in other electrolyte drinks with a coding of B4102 and B4103. The added proprietary ingredients for energy, nausea and liver function allow BIOLYTE to be coded under the more advanced code of B4155. This is what makes BIOLYTE different and we feel better.

We have found many applications for BIOLYTE's superior fluid and electrolyte replacement: 

  • Intense athletics
  • Sweaty occupations
  • Muscle cramps
  • GI illness
  • Flu with nausea and/or vomiting and/or diarrhea
  • Fatigue
  • Morning sickness
  • Breastfeeding
  • Recovery from medical procedures
  • Altitude sickness/acclimatization
  • Alcohol overindulgence

A person's level of thirst is a very poor guide or indication of their fluid status. Everyone has heard you should drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. This is certainly good advice, but water is only part of the answer. A study by St Andrews University 9/2019 showed that Fluid and Electrolyte drinks do a much better job than water alone or usual sports drinks for maintaining or restoring proper hydration. There are also studies that indicate maintaining proper hydration day in and day out is important fora persons longevity.

We believe BIOLYTE is a superior fluid and electrolyte replacement drink and encourage everyone to consider its benefits and give it a try! It is important to stay ahead of dehydration and not play catchup after the fact.

- Luther C. Rollins II, MD 

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