Here is how it works...
A complete at-home testing solution!
The Night Owl device is the smallest and most innovative technology in the world to diagnose Sleep Apnea in the comforts of your bed. It records your Oxygen levels and Heart rate throughout your sleep process to provide a detailed understanding of your risk and severity of Sleep Apnea. Sleep data captured is sent through our smartphone app technology for quick and accurate results.
A complete at-home testing solution!
Why everyone is raving about ISD Health Solutions
ISD Health Solutions is here to help
Yes, our in-home sleep apnea test is FDA approved and covered by most major insurance companies throughout the Caribbean. 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 contact us directly to review your options for testing.
Yes, we’ve made the in-home sleep apnea test very affordable and convenient compared to uncomfortable and costly in lab hospital testing costs. Our sleep testing options range from approximately $275-$595 USD depending on how many nights and the detail of the sleep study. You can’t afford not to know the truth about your sleep health because knowing could change your life forever! Moreover, this belief is shared by most insurance companies who typically cover about 70-90% of the cost. Finally, if you test positive for sleep apnea we can work with your health insurance provider to ensure you get the treatment you need in a timely manner. If you need CPAP treatment, our CPAP treatment program includes set up and training of your equipment, a follow up heart rate and blood oxygen level test for up to 7 nights on therapy and a additional follow up consultation all provided by ISD Health Solutions.
An in-home sleep apnea test is intended for any person between 17 and 65+ years of age who have a suspicion of sleep apnea based on key risk factors such as loud and frequent snoring, daytime sleepiness, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, sexual dysfunction and or 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 records your heart rate and blood oxygen levels, how many times you may stop and start breathing on average per hour which determines your Apnea Hypopnea Index (AHI). This AHI calculation indicates the severity of Sleep Apnea ranging from Mild 5-15 events per hour, Moderate 15-30 events per hour, Severe30+ events per hour. Based on the severity of your sleep study results and symptoms, you will be provided options to consider for treatment to reduce risk of mortality and to improved your quality of life.
Yes, by law (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or “HIPAA”) all records are kept strictly confidential..
The day after you have completed your sleep test, an email notification is sent to you and your physician indicating that your sleep results have been analyzed and is ready for review. We will review your sleep test results with you and your bedside partner at your convenience by following the instructions provided via email to schedule your follow up sleep report consultation.
With a strong presence in the Caribbean Region and having established relationships with the more prominent health insurance companies, we are here to help you in the most professional manner. Our products and services are accepted by most insurance companies.
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Sleep Apnea affects 1 in 5 people and is one of the most undiagnosed medical conditions affecting nearly 1 billion people Worldwide and is estimated that more than 1 million people suffer from a sleeping disorder in the Caribbean Islands.
Sleep Apnea is a very serious condition when breathing starts and stops repeatedly reducing the amount of oxygen to the heart, brain and vital organs during sleep.
Most sufferers of Sleep Apnea tend to snore loudly and may feel tired even after a full nights rest, increasing their risk of Motor Vehicle Accidents and Workplace Injury.
Based on the severity of Sleep Apnea, it can be treated in a number of ways. We invite you to visit our Sleep Apnea Basics section where you can find a lot of educational content.Sleep Apnea Basics