RYAH Signs Partnership Agreement With SOS Cannabis for Reimbursement for Canadian Patients

NEW YORK, July 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RYAH Medtech Inc. (“RYAH” or the “Company”), announced today it has executed a partnership agreement with SOS cannabis (“SOS Cannabis”). The agreement will provide Canadian patients with the ability to obtain free legal representation to seek reimbursement from different government agencies for the medical costs associated with purchasing the RYAH dose-measuring vaporizer and proprietary dry-herb cartridges.

The partnership agreement will provide RYAH device and cartridge patients in Canada with access to an experienced legal and case management team at SOS Cannabis, who will prepare the case file and seek retroactive and prospective reimbursement for plant-based medical patients, at no cost. The agreement provides RYAH with a unique advantage in terms of its Canadian footprint and leading market positioning for serving the region’s medical community.

Gregory Wagner, CEO of RYAH stated: “As we enter the plant-based medicinal market in Canada with our Health Canada Class I licensed dry-herb cartridges and our dry-herb vaporizer, we will be providing consumers with a complete solution for dose-control, heating, consumption and feedback. The SOS Cannabis partnership takes our solution further by providing patients with the ability to seek reimbursement on RYAH products from governmental agencies, at no additional costs.” 

Maitre Robert Astell, President of SOS Cannabis stated “We are delighted to welcome RYAH into our family of high-end medicinal delivery solutions. RYAH’s focus on providing patients with a world-class dose-measuring, strain analytics and real-time feedback capability is much needed in the plant based medical arena. We look forward to onboarding RYAH consumers into our fully-automated registration platform and to provide them with the state-of-the-art case management service in fulfilling their need for economic assistance in providing cannabis-based medicine products.”