First you would need to see one of our providers to go over your medical history and discuss any sleep related issues you are experiencing. Once you have your initial visit, the provider will write an order for your sleep study. Vist our contact page if you would like one of our patient care coordinators to call you about scheduling or call our office.
We are in-network with most insurances (Medicare, Medicaid, BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Humana, and many others). If by chance we do not accept your insurance plan, we offer payment plans as well as affordable self-pay pricing options. Please call our office to discuss this further.
A home sleep test is a medical device that helps to diagnose sleep apnea. You are able to wear it in the comfort of your own home instead of going into a hospital or lab. The device is placed on your chest with a strap to hold it in place. A pulse oximeter is placed on the finger to read oxygen levels. Last, a nasal canula is placed in the nostrils to measure airflow.
Typically, you would only wear the device one night. It’s best that you put the device on right before you are ready to go to sleep and keep it on the entirety of the night. We prefer at least four hours of sleep, however the more sleep the better.
No. We use a HIPAA compliant platform to protect our patients and their medical information. It is necessary that we use our platform to complete the telemedicine visit. You will receive a link to our platform by text message and/or email at your appointment time. You will click on the link and follow the instructions to start your visit with the provider.