Home Sleep Apnea Testing
Tips, tricks and information, including video instruction for your night of testing at home
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Video Instructions for your Home Sleep Testing Device
If you have any questions about which device you received, call our 24-hour customer support line at 877-249-8331.
Home Sleep Apnea Testing
The Mail-to-Home Delivery Program:
Sleep Study Intake and Scheduling
A “Welcome” call to the patient to detail the process and identify service needs. Insurance verification.
Coordinate delivery of the device and detailed written and video instructions.
24-Hour Clinical Support
Device is returned to central shipping office.
Scoring of Data
Sleep study is scored by a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist (RPSGT).
Interpretation of data
Scored sleep study is interpreted by a sleep physician within 72- hours of receipt of device.
Results are sent back to the referring physician detailing results and therapy recommendations.
Frequently Asked Questions
1The device displayed a red light following my test, did I do something wrong?
If you received a red light following your test, it doesn’t mean you did something wrong. Please call the Home Sleep Test Support line for further questions and instructions.
2I’m having trouble keeping the cannula in my nose and/or the finger probe on my finger, any advice?
Yes, we recommend using medical tape to help secure the components in place. If you don’t have medical tape available, you can also use the adhesive portion of a bandage.
3Is there a set amount of time that I need to sleep?
A successful test is considered four or more hours.
4Do I really have to test on consecutive nights?
While we would appreciate if the study nights were back-to-back, it is not mandatory.
5Why do I have two cannulas? Should I use both of them?
We provided an extra cannula for cases where the original is un-usable and a spare is needed.
MedBridge Healthcare provides a pick up and mail delivery home sleep apnea testing program for Premise Health patients.
The focus of our program is to simplify the process of diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea for uncomplicated patients.
This convenient approach to care is designed to minimize touchpoints while still providing a clinically appropriate and cost efficient diagnosis for many patients determined to be at risk for sleep apnea as recommended by the AASM.
Million Americans have Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea
of the US Adult Population has Obstructive Sleep Apnea (AHI>5)
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