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SleepQuest, Inc., the highly regarded national provider of sleep medicine services announced today that Humana has contracted with SleepQuest to expand access to affordable Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) screening, diagnostic, therapy and compliance services for the Insurer's PPO and Medicare members.
SomnoMed, Inc. announced today it has reached a strategic agreement with SleepQuest, Inc. to provide clinical support for dentists and patients across the US. SleepQuest has also been selected as a DME distributor of SomnoMed's products.
With more than a decade of clinical practice and research, SleepQuest, Inc. has announced the introduction of a comprehensive new website dedicated to the millions of people who suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
SleepQuest, a national provider of comprehensive sleep screening, testing, therapy and compliance services for patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), has been selected for a national contract with Aetna, one of the nation's largest healthcare benefit providers.
The current economic downturn has hurt more than America's wallets, it's hurt sleep habits as well. According to the National Sleep Foundation's annual Sleep in America poll, nearly one-third of Americans have lost sleep due to economy-related concerns. With Americans everywhere facing the dangers of sleep loss, SleepQuest is renewing its commitment to educate about health risks stemming from sleep disorders like Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
SleepQuest announced today that an internal study has shown their patients comply with Obstructive Sleep Apnea treatment at a rate nearly twice the industry average.
SleepQuest is proud to announce it has earned the highly valued accreditation from the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) by demonstrating compliance with national standards for health care quality and safety.
SleepQuest has always followed the essence of its name by seeking to help those who suffer from undiagnosed and unexplained health problems related to lack of sleep.
SleepQuest has partnered with ResMed, a leading manufacturer of medical equipment for sleep-disordered breathing, to conduct clinical trials of a new wireless technology used to monitor patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea from wherever they are sleeping.
Dr. William Dement, founder of the world's first sleep disorders center at Stanford University and a leading authority on sleep medicine, spoke to Amgen employees in a wellness seminar hosted at their South San Francisco campus on June 18.
Finding relief from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) just got easier with the opening of SleepQuest's newest location in San Francisco. "We are excited to be opening a new office," said Robert Koenigsberg, President/CEO of SleepQuest, Inc. "We are well known throughout the Bay Area and many doctors and medical groups have requested that we set up an office there."
On April 30, SleepQuest opened the doors of its newest facility in San Carlos, welcoming doctors located within a 20 mile radius to their open house. SleepQuest's entire staff was on hand to mingle with guests and provide tours of the office.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have approved at-home sleep testing for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Previous policy had mandated that suspected sleep apnea sufferers undergo facility-based polysomnography. The new policy allows continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) treatment for Medicare patients who are diagnosed via unattended home monitoring devices. This decision will likely prompt increased coverage from insurance companies around the country.
The groggy truth has come out: America is feeling drowsy. According to the National Sleep Foundation's Sleep in America poll, Americans are often sleepy at work, drive drowsy, and lose interest in sex because of sleepiness due to working an average 9.5 hours per day and another 4.5 hours per week at home. Many may also suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and other sleep disorders.
Millions of men and women who suffer from sleep apnea just got some good news: the agency that regulates Medicare and Medicaid policy recommended the coverage of in-home testing for diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea.
SleepQuest, the leader in at-home diagnostic sleep testing and sleep apnea treatment, announced the launch of an improved version of its main web site (www.sleepquest.com) in order to better support its community of patients, family members, and healthcare professionals.
A major milestone in sleep disorder medical treatment may soon be reached.
SleepQuest has moved it headquarters from Redwood City to a more accommodating facility in San Carlos, California.
National Sleep Foundation Program Focused on Youth Sleepy Driving.
INC Honors SleepQuest as One of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
ABCpap.com unveiled their new ecommerce website earlier this month, aimed at providing Obstructive Sleep Apnea sufferers with the newest and most effective treatment devices and accessories on the market. Easy ordering and competitive pricing are the philosophies behind their new site.