What’s the difference between a home sleep test and an in-lab test?
A home sleep test uses a small wearable device that measures the patient’s sleep. This device measures the information necessary to ascertain if a patient has sleep apnea. For most patients, a home sleep test is sufficient to diagnose a sleep disorder. Only patients with very complex or uncertain cases may need to be tested in a lab.
Is Sleep Orbit HIPPA certified?
Sleep Orbit’s proprietary assessment system is HIPPA certified. We carefully guard your employee’s information.
Are there medical professionals involved?
Sleep Orbit tests are scored by certified polysomnographers and our process has been certified by American Institute of Sleep Medicine physicians. While our process is carefully designed to address medically diagnosable sleep disorders it significantly reduces the number of doctors appointments you, your patients or your employees will need to undergo. We do this in order to create efficiency and save your company money.
Why shouldn’t I just treat my employees/patients/self without using Sleep Orbit?
The current medical model for treating sleep disorders is lengthy, expensive, and disorganized. Full of pitfalls, you, your patients, or your employees may become overwhelmed with the effort of securing proper treatment. Sleep Orbit eliminates confusion and extra paperwork while making the process more affordable.
What is the assessment system?
The Sleep Orbit assessment system is a proprietary HIPPA-certified system utilizing data points from medically-validated sleep assessment models. It accounts for important demographic data, so we can quickly zero in on the patients most at-risk for sleep disorders.
Where do you source your CPAPs?
Our CPAPs are sourced directly from the manufacturer so that we can pass on the savings to you, your office, or your company. All CPAPs are made in the USA.