Home Sleep Test FAQ
Yes, the in-home sleep apnea test is FDA approved and covered by most major insurance companies who acknowledge the severity of 43 million undiagnosed and untreated sleep apnea suffers. In fact, most insurers prefer and are switching to the more affordable in-home sleep testing (HST) versus the inconvenient and costly in-lab sleep study alternative.
It’s simple. Occasionally, our customers request information about submitting a health insurance claim for the in-home sleep apnea test. For more information on how to file an insurance claim on your own behalf, please visit the insurance help section.
Yes, we’ve made the in-home sleep apnea test very affordable at 4,500.00 TTD. We believe you can’t afford to know the truth about your health because knowing could change your life forever! Moreover, this belief is shared by most insurance companies who cover up to 75% of the cost. Finally, if you test positive for sleep apnea and receive CPAP treatment from ISD Health Solutions.
- Step 1. You’ll speak with a sleep specialist and if an in-home sleep apnea test is right for you then we’ll ship the sleep test kit to your home, you’ll wear it overnight, and return it in a prepaid shipping box.
- Step 2. We will review your test results and upload a detailed report with a letter of explanation to a secure web portal for convenient access by you, your physician or whoever has permission.
- Step 3. If you don’t have sleep apnea than that’s great news! But, if you’re diagnosed with sleep apnea then we can help. We’ll handle all the details to ensure you get the right equipment and care for maximum treatment benefit.
An in-home sleep apnea test is intended for an individual between 18 and 65 years of age who have a moderate to severe suspicion of sleep apnea based on key risk factors such as loud and frequent snoring, daytime sleepiness, obesity, and witnessed pauses in breathing during sleep combined with how one answers question in a sleep risk assessment
While you sleep, the home sleep testing device monitors and records complete suspension or shallow breathing known as Apneas and Hypopneas. At the same time, it records your pulse rate and level of oxygen in your blood. The changes in pulse rate and blood oxygen levels, to some degree, are a measure of how much stress each of these abnormal breathing events causes to your body. Ultimately, the test will calculate an AHI score which is your personal sleep apnea risk assessment ranging from normal to severe
Yes, by law (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or “HIPAA”) all records are kept strictly confidential..
The day after we receive the sleep testing device. We will review your test results and upload a detailed report with a letter of explanation to a secure web portal for convenient access by you, your physician or whoever has permission.