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Sleep Apnea Solutions

Experience our tailored Sleep Apnea Solution, ApneaReliefMD™, designed for medical clinics led by MDs, DOs, NPs, and PAs, for the management obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and treatment with Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT). Research suggests that OAT achieves compliance rates up to 90%, while CPAP achieves as low as 50%.

Whether you're currently providing home sleep tests (HST) or considering integrating them into your services, our program presents a unique opportunity to directly capture revenue from your patients, from assessment to treatment. Unlike traditional approaches reliant on external Sleep Centers and DME providers (e.g., CPAP, BiPAP), our comprehensive solution empowers you to optimize patient sleep health while maximizing revenue opportunities. Our proprietary program is flexible, accommodating both in-clinic and remote settings.

Step 1. Offer patients with sleep dysfunction with a self-administered digital Cognitive Assessment for each patient, establishing a baseline and post 90 days to validate outcomes

Step 2. Provide or refer a Home Sleep Test (HST) to patients suspected of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), providing valuable insights into sleep patterns and potential sleep disorders.

Step 3. Finally, patients with diagnosed sleep dysfunction may be ordered an FDA Cleared oral appliance at the medical providers discretion. 

By combining these services, we aim to address the diverse aspects of sleep health, offering a holistic and patient-centric approach that is eligible for all patients. 

OSA is as High as 80% in Patients with Hypertension, Heart Failure, Coronary Artery Disease, Pulmonary Hypertension, Atrial Fibrillation, and Stroke.

Step 1: Give a digital Cognitive Assessment for patients who have a sleep dysfunction or sleep related issues .

Step 1: Cognitive Assessment

At Diabetes Testing Centers™, we understand the importance of a comprehensive solution for Sleep Medicine. Our latest program takes a unique approach – introducing our digital Cognitive Assessments, a breakthrough solution that requires no hardware, ensuring a hassle-free experience for healthcare providers and patients. Our digital cognitive assessments are crucial in monitoring patients with sleep dysfunction by providing valuable insights into cognitive function and mental well-being. These assessments systematically evaluate cognitive function, including memory, attention, and executive skills. By regularly administering these assessments, healthcare providers can track changes and trends in cognitive performance over time, allowing for early detection of potential issues related to sleep dysfunction.

Patients with sleep dysfunction often experience cognitive challenges, such as impaired memory, decreased attention span, and reduced cognitive flexibility. Healthcare providers can establish a baseline cognitive profile for each patient through our digital cognitive assessments and monitor any deviations from this baseline. This proactive approach enables the identification of cognitive changes that may be linked to sleep disorders, allowing for timely intervention and personalized treatment plans. Furthermore, the digital nature of these assessments enhances accessibility and efficiency. Patients can conveniently complete assessments remotely, and healthcare providers can receive real-time data for analysis. This streamlined process contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of the patient's cognitive health, facilitating targeted interventions and improving overall sleep management strategies.

Early Diagnosis and Treatment of OSA can Significantly Reduce Morbidity and Mortality Risks

Step 2: A Home Sleep test (HST) is non-invasive and can diagnose the level of OSA in 2-3 nights of sleep.

Step 2: Home Sleep Test

Our Home Sleep Tests (HST) offer a convenient and effective means of diagnosing sleep dysfunction, particularly Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), from the comfort of one's home. The HST kit includes a portable monitoring device with non-intrusive sensors to record essential sleep-related data such as airflow, respiratory effort, oxygen saturation, and heart rate. Patients wear the device while sleeping in their beds, allowing for a more natural sleep environment. After use, patients return the device or transmit the data to healthcare providers for analysis. The collected information provides a comprehensive overview of sleep quality and potential disruptions.

The value of HST in diagnosing OSA lies in its convenience, cost-effectiveness, real-life data collection, and timely results. Home-based testing eliminates the need for overnight stays in a sleep laboratory, making the process more comfortable and accessible. Moreover, the real-life data captured in the patient's usual sleep environment enhances diagnostic accuracy. With rapid data retrieval, healthcare providers can analyze results quickly, enabling timely interventions and personalized treatment planning for individuals experiencing sleep-related issues like OSA.

Step 3: Our FDA Cleared custom lab made oral device provides optimal airway support and improving overall sleep quality.

Step 3: Custom Oral Appliance

Oral appliance therapy (OAT) is a highly effective and conservative treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). It is comparable to the traditional continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy but has distinct advantages. Patients using OAT have compliance rates as high as 90%, while CPAP has a compliance rate of only 50%. This is due to OAT's comfort, portability, and silent operation, making it a more user-friendly alternative. OAT has gained further recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic and its variants, and medical guidelines now recommend it as the First-Line Therapy for OSA. This endorsement highlights the essential role of OAT in offering accessible and efficient treatment options amidst evolving healthcare challenges.

Our oral device is an FDA-Cleared medical device that is a light-weight premium, lab-made custom oral appliance for treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Oral appliance therapy (OAT) is for individuals with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) offers several key benefits. Firstly, the device is designed to be tailored to the specific anatomy of the individual's mouth, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit. This customization enhances compliance, as patients are more likely to use the device consistently. The oral appliance works by repositioning the jaw and tongue to keep the airway open during sleep, preventing the collapse that leads to OSA episodes. Unlike continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, oral devices are compact, portable, and do not require electricity, making them convenient for travel. Additionally, many patients find oral devices quieter and less intrusive, contributing to improved sleep quality. Overall, custom oral devices provide an effective and patient-friendly alternative for managing OSA.  

OAT Achieves Compliance Rates Up to 90%, While CPAP Achieves as Low as 50%

Oral appliances offer various clinical health benefits:

No Noise, No Wires, and No Electricity

Benefits of Oral Appliances

Top Reasons for Choosing an Oral Appliance:

Providing confidence and assurance in its durability and effectiveness, the warranty for custom oral appliances ensures that patients receive reliable support and coverage in the event of any unforeseen issues or adjustments needed throughout their treatment journey.

Key Features:

The myTAP® is an innovative, patient-friendly solution for managing snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. It combines ease of use with effective treatment outcomes.

Comfortable, Lightweight, and Portable


Oral Appliance Therapy Should be Prescribed as a First-Line Therapy for OSA during the COVID-19 Pandemic 


It is the position of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) that oral appliance therapy (OAT) should be prescribed as first-line therapy for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) during the COVID-19 pandemic. This recommendation is being made based on the following information:

• The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has indicated that PAP therapy potentially exposes individuals, especially those in proximity to the patient, to increased risk of transmission of COVID-19.

• A number of studies have found evidence that COVID-19 can remain suspended in the air in aerosol particles.

• It is unknown whether it is possible for patients to be re-infected from re-using PAP tubing, filters, and/or masks.

• There have been reported shortages of distilled water and other supplies necessary for optimal use of PAP machines.

• Oral appliances do not generate aerosols and can be easily disinfected by patients to kill the COVID-19 virus.

According to the AADSM and AASM clinical practice guidelines, oral appliances should be prescribed for adult patients who prefer alternate therapy to PAP. During this pandemic, it is reasonable to assume that patients would prefer a therapy that both treats their OSA and does not increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Oral appliance therapy is an effective treatment for OSA without increased risks for transmitting COVID-19. Patients who prefer OAT may be more likely to adhere to treatment if they are confident that their therapy is not putting those in their household at an increased risk for COVID-19 exposure.

Journal of Dental Sleep Medicine Vol 7, Nov 3, 2020

Unlike CPAP, Oral Appliances are Effective Treatments for OSA Without Increased Risks of Transmitting COVID-19

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