HST

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HSTHawaiian Standard Time (GMT-1030)
HSTHealth Sciences and Technology
HSTHarmonized Sales Tax (Canada)
HSTHubble Space Telescope
HSTHealth Systems Trust
HSTHarry S. Truman
HSTHigh School Transcript (education)
HSTHunter S. Thompson (writer)
HSTHastings
HSTHigh Speed Train
HSTHoist
HSTHawaiian Standard Time
HSTHosting
HSTHistory Host
HSTHydrostatic Transmission
HSTHegemonic Stability Theory (international relations)
HSTHighland School of Technology (Gastonia, NC)
HSTHeat Shrink Tubing
HSTHome Sleep Testing
HSTHigh-Speed Technology (Modem)
HSTHigh Speed Technology
HSTHealth Services Team (various locations)
HSTHumane Society of Tulsa (Tulsa, OK)
HSTHuman Services Today (journal)
HSTHenkilön Sähköinen Tunnistaminen
HSTHigher Surgical Training (medical)
HSTHelicopter Support Team
HSTHeat Soak Test (treatment to convert Nickel Sulphide in tempered glass)
HSTHealth and Safety Technician
HSTHistory/Host (File Name Extension)
HSTHypersonic Transport
HSTHenkel Surface Technologies (India)
HSTHalf Season Ticket (football games; UK)
HSTHistory Speaks Today
HSTHuman Subjects Training (clinical studies)
HSTHippo Site Toolkit
HSTHaggard School of Theology (Azusa Pacific University; California)
HSTHome-Station Training
HSTHigh Starting Torque (expansion valve)
HSTHorse Shoe Tear (eye injury)
HSTHostile Sub-Terrestrial (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
HSTHigh Score Table
HSTHealthy School Team
HSTHigh Pressure Sodium-Tubular
HSTHypertropy Specific Training (bodybuilding method)
HSTHazardous Substance Tax
HSTHubbard-Stratonovich Transformation
HSTHoyt's Sector Theory
HSTHybrid Silica Technologies, Inc. (Ithaca, NY)
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Moreover, home sleep testing may eliminate the geographical barriers, high costs, and the variability of sleep results associated with in-laboratory PSG studies.
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.
Preference in the leading market of North America is shifting from laboratory-based sleep testing services to home sleep testing services owing to lower cost and easy availability of services.
The large share of this region can be attributed to the increasing obesity in the US which is in turn increasing the prevalence of sleep apnea, the high growth of the home sleep testing devices, and issuance of grants and funds by private and government institutions to promote awareness of sleep apnea as well as launch novel and technologically advanced products in the market space.
The coverage 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 set ting, or cannot afford the cost of an eval uation 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.
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.
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.
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.