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The suit alleges Raviv directed SNAP to submit claims for Medicare recipients' second and third nights of home sleep testing when the company knew only one night of testing was needed.
AccuSom Safe Recovery (TM) was also launched this year, which leverages AccuSom's wireless functionality to complete home sleep testing prior to surgery.
The coverage of a variety of home sleep testing devices will give more options to patients who have not been able to get into a sleep lab, are not comfortable in a laboratory setting, or cannot afford the cost of an evaluation in a sleep lab, he said.
Medicare now will pay for continuous positive airway pressure therapy for obstructive sleep apnea diagnosed by home sleep testing, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Ernest Diaz, CEO of APSP, said, "We could have purchased home sleep testing devices, but our detailed analysis showed that the logistical burden associated with such a purchase, not to mention the cost of the devices themselves, would be onerous.
the leader in home sleep testing and cost-saving solutions for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) management, today announces its Chief Medical Officer is featured on the cover of Sleep Review magazine.
The management team at SleepSafe Drivers has unparalleled experience in home sleep testing, high-compliance treatment products and protocols, and a strong Clinical Partner Network which includes the nation's leading sleep labs, sleep physicians, and Durable Medical Equipment (DME) providers.
While home sleep testing has been under some controversy since its development, more and more studies show its validity and reliability in diagnosing sleep apnea.
Agency officials concluded that the evidence was sufficient to allow for coverage based on diagnosis with type II, III, and IV home sleep testing monitors in appropriately selected patients.
AccuSom Safe Recovery leverages the AccuSom([R]) home sleep test, the only FDA-approved wireless home sleep testing device, to facilitate testing and diagnosis of OSA, a sleep-related breathing disorder, within days.
At present, the demand for home sleep testing methods is consistently growing due to added advantages such as ergonomic design of respective devices and user-friendly features for use at comfort of home.
ApneaLink Plus is a simple, low cost, portable, four channel home sleep testing device designed to determine the treatment progress of patients in oral appliance therapy, and confidently identify those at risk for sleep-disordered breathing.