The industry’s leading AOs share the most commonly asked questions from inquisitive providers.
When embarking on the accreditation process, it’s crucial to select an organization that meets the specific needs of your facility.
Sleep Review and Needham & Co’s first quarter survey reveals that HST and APAP use grows, while sleep center bed numbers decline.
Treating only garden-variety OSA will stunt success. Whether you want to launch a PAP adherence program or a cognitive behavioral therapy group, apply these strategies for sustainable growth.
The time has never been better to incorporate HST into your practice. A sleep medicine program director explains your options and offers a case study of a successful model.
There are many different types of non-compete agreements, and this sample contract contains restrictive covenants for distance, geographic area, and length of time upon termination of the employment agreement:
Non-compete agreements are becoming standard provisions in employment agreements by and between sleep labs, DME companies, sleep technologists, and physicians. A healthcare lawyer explains what’s generally included and what it means to you.
Cloud computing provides sleep professionals access to real-time patient data from any location with Internet access. From CPAP compliance to managing continuity of care, these software solutions will simplify the lives of providers and patients.
Amidst technological advances, changing payor requirements, and healthcare reform, sleep technologists will have to seize new opportunities to thrive.
When it comes to charting territory in the brave new world of HST, you may find help in the playbook of a different industry.