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NovaSom stars on Discovery Channel


LEN BURNIE, Md. – NovaSom will be featured in an upcoming episode of Innovations with Ed Begley Jr.

NovaSom obtains financing


DURAM, N.C. – NovaSom has secured a $7.5 million line of credit from Square 1 Bank to further its foothold in the sleep market.

Sleep market shows no signs of dozing off


The sleep therapy market has since shrugged off the interruption of Round 2 of competitive bidding and is now finding its equilibrium.

Private payers put squeeze on sleep

‘They are trying to decrease sleep studies’

YARMOUTH, Maine – Since the first of the year, CPAP providers have seen an onslaught of policy changes among private insurers that have made it harder for them to do business.

HST: 'Not allowed to preferred in a few years'


Instant Diagnostic Systems (IDS) has made several moves in the past few months to better position itself to take advantage of the growing market for home-sleep testing (HST).

Itamar, Somnoware form strategic alliance


CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Itamar Medical and Somnoware Healthcare Systems have agreed to align their technology, marketing and business efforts to drive new growth opportunities.

Sleep therapy market rises above the din


As one of the strongest-performing categories in home medical equipment, sleep therapy is moving forward despite external factors that could slow it down, market vendors say.

Reporter's Notebook: Sleep space attracts range of players


Despite dwindling reimbursement and documentation hassles for Medicare and some commercial payers, when it comes to the sleep market, it seems like everyone wants a piece of the pie, say providers.

Sleeping giant


Provider Dana Voien says upcoming guidelines from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will have a positive effect on CPAP providers and truck drivers alike.

Sleep HealthCenters closes abruptly


BOSTON – Sleep HealthCenters, a sleep testing diagnostics chain, abruptly closed down all 19 of its locations, according to a report from the Boston Globe.