- Information for Doctors’ Offices
Sleep Apnea Information for Doctors
SleepQuest is a contracted provider with most major health insurance organizations, as well as numerous medical groups, managed care organizations, and national networks. Many insurers require objective clinical measures before approving PAP treatment or surgical interventions. Our sleep study report supplies primary care physicians with the exact information necessary to prescribe a successful treatment plan and secure insurance coverage for their patients. We also create specialized sleep care management programs for medical groups, employers and insurance companies to greatly reduce the costs of sleep care and assure positive outcomes (i.e. compliance with therapy).
Importance of diagnosing and treating Sleep Apnea
The home-based diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea is a growing and vital field, because medical providers and health insurance companies have realized that early detection is more cost-effective and conveniently manageable than the deadly consequences of apnea-related diseases such as obesity, hypertension, heart failure, stroke, sexual dysfunction, and depression².
Why use SleepQuest?
- Taken at home
- Nightly routine unaffected
- Sleep overnight in a lab
- Monitored by a technician
- Drive to and from lab
- lower co-payment
- higher co-payment
||Other DME Providers
||National Average <50%
Sleep Apnea symptoms
- excessive daytime sleepiness
- chronic snoring
- gasping or choking episodes during sleep
- fatigue-related automobile and occupational accidents
- depression & unexplained personality or cognitive changes
- oversized neck circumference: >17 inches in males, >16 inches in females
Learn more about SleepQuest
Learn more about our Sleep Reports
Online Prescription Generator
You may of course use your own prescription form to order a service for your patient. However, for your convenience we've provided an editable prescription form that you can fill out and print. You will only need to sign, date, and fax the print-out once completed.
1 Turnaround time is defined as the time necessary for a study to be requested, scheduled, performed, interpreted and faxed to referring physician for review.
2 Mansoor Madani, et. al.
Polysomnography Versus Home Sleep Syudy: Overview and Clinical Application
Atlas of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinical Application 2007; 101-109