Join Sleep Review editor Sree Roy in a roundtable discussion with experts in the sleep medicine field. A series of questions about how the ACA will affect sleep medicine will be asked of our expert panelists, who will provide their insights on such topics as how sleep doctors and sleep techs can prepare for the changes as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
Sleep Review brings together four sleep medicine practitioners—M. Safwan Badr, MD; Dennis Hwang, MD, FCCP; Charles Atwood, MD; and David P. White, MD-to discuss what the Affordable Care Act will mean for sleep medicine. Register for the free webinar.
Global Markets Direct’s latest narcolepsy report is now available for sale. You may want to purchase it to better understand diverse types of therapeutics under development for the sleep disorder.
SleepBoards.com is offering an online test preparation resource for sleep professionals taking the Sleep Medicine Boards.
Three dentists talk about the expectations and actual benefits of American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine facility accreditation.
Survey participants report 0.6% bed growth during the last 12 months. Meanwhile, home sleep testing use has swelled to 64% of respondents now offering the service for privately insured patients.
Legal expert Daniel B. Brown, Esq, discusses challenging new laws and regulations that will impact the delivery of sleep medicine in 2013 and beyond.
Samuel A. Fleishman, MD, FAASM, president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, is determined to transform the fragmented care model for Medicare patients with sleep apnea.