Sleep Review‘s webinar How to Improve Adherence in Patients Titrated at Home by Auto CPAP is now available for free and immediate on-demand viewing.
More people are being diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and starting positive airway pressure therapy without ever spending the night inside a sleep disorders center. Sleep clinicians are challenged with ensuring that patients who are titrated at home via auto CPAP (also known as APAP) start and stick to their treatment. Learn real-world approaches to improving adherence in patients titrated at home by auto CPAP from physicians with expertise in prescribing the devices.
In this free 1 hour, 22-minute webinar hosted and moderated by Sleep Review, attendees will learn:
- what the research says about in-lab versus at-home titration adherence outcomes
- how to select patients who can undergo at-home titration and tips for interfacing with payors for patients that need in-lab titrations
- specific tips for education and follow-up to boost adherence in patients titrated at-home.
The on-demand version includes a recording of the live Q&A segment.
Dennis Auckley, MD
Center for Sleep Medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
Dennis Auckley, MD, is director of the Center for Sleep Medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University. He is board certified in sleep medicine, pulmonary disease, and critical care medicine.
Dr. Auckley directs the Center for Sleep Medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center and performs research on sleep with a focus on sleep-disordered breathing in inpatients. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 original scientific manuscripts, chapters, reviews, and abstracts. He is a member of the American Board of Internal Medicine Sleep Medicine Test Writing Committee and has served on national committees for a number of pulmonary and sleep medical societies
Amy J. Aronsky, DO, FAASM
CareCentrix, Hartford, Connecticut
Dr. Amy Aronsky is board-certified in pulmonary, critical care, sleep medicine, and behavioral sleep medicine. She is senior medical director for CareCentrix, where she oversees utilization management and clinical policy development. She was previously medical director for quality for the state of Pennsylvania and she has worked with CMS to develop alternate payment models. She previously served as a director for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Carl Stepnowsky, PhD
University of California, San Diego; Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System; American Sleep Apnea Association
Dr. Stepnowsky is a trained clinical psychologist who specializes in behavioral sleep medicine. He is an associate professor of medicine in the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego; research health scientist at the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System; and chief science officer at the American Sleep Apnea Association. He saw a need to apply a behavioral science approach to sleep apnea diagnosis and management, given that sleep apnea is a chronic disease that needs to be managed over time. He has been the principal investigator and co-investigator on multiple research grants with funding from the VA, AHRQ, NIH, and PCORI, among others. His primary focus has been on studying interventions to help patients adapt to using CPAP therapy using a variety of self-management and informational technological approaches.
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The webinar originally aired May 30, 2018.
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