We're on the road, let's meet up! AASM Trends February 17 - 18, 2019 Anaheim, CA (Mary looks forward to seeing you here!) Missouri Sleep Conference March 2 - 3,
“Sleep centers can use this report to meet quality requirements for American Academy of Sleep Medicine accreditation. Our customers may not have the time to analyze their sleep data; yet, such information is valuable
US Patent No. 10,076,269 "Devices and Methods for sleep disorder diagnosis and treatment". There is a tremendous need to allow healthcare providers and patients easy access to therapy efficacy data, especially long-term.
Will we see you in California this week? Ted and Mary will be at the 11th Annual California Sleep Society Educational Symposium, September 28-29, 2018 in San Diego, CA. Do stop by our booth!
CleveMed's Home Sleep Testing Web based Software - Major Update “We are excited to offer innovative software and services to meet the needs of sleep specialists. Our customizable reports and role-based account profiles
US Patent No. 10,028,698 “Method and device for sleep analysis” covers the collection of patient data from standard home sensors and the data transfer using internet, cellular, or wired-network methodologies among others.
as presented at Sleep 2016 in Denver CO, June 2016. Read Publication Home Sleep Testing can be initiated from settings other than a sleep lab including work site clinics; thus, offering more convenient options to
Prevalence of Undetected Sleep Apnea in Patients Undergoing Cardiovascular Surgery and Impact on Postoperative Outcomes
as seen in Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Oct 2015, Vol 11, Number 10 Read Complete Publication Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, MS1; Roop Kaw, MD2; Nancy Collop, MD3; Noah D. Andrews, RPSGT1; James Bena, MS4;
Read Publication Lessons From A Care Program At Onsite Health Clinics by Brian Lemay, MS-HCA, Hani Kayyali, Kirk Scovill, Sarah Weimer, Eugene Estok, and Ted Bellezza, as seen in Nurse Practitioner Perspective Nov/Dec 2014,
Read Publication The advantages of home sleep testing (HST) include patient privacy and comfort, relief for overloaded/overbooked sleep laboratories, and cost savings. HST, however, lacks the first hand account that the recorded data is actually
Read Publication by Wright, Wendy L., MS, APRN, FNP, FAANP, Dupont, Becky, MA, Manter, Becky, MA, Aoun, Naim, M.D., Weimer, Sarah, BS, Tarler, Matthew, Ph.D., Kayyali, Hani, MS, MBA, as presented at the Retail
as seen in Nurse Practitioner Perspective published in May/June 2014 Vol .1 - Issue 2. Read PDF