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Move over CPAP, there's a new therapy in town

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12/21/2010

Medicare's decision in November to pay for oral appliances to treat sleep apnea barely registered a blip on CPAP providers' radar.

Look for Internet dealers to sell more oxygen equipment, study says

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

I came across this study the other day by Kalorama  Information, which predicts big changes are in store for the home respiratory market. Here's the executive summary, which I think you'll find interesting. MM

Sleep apnea: Taming the 'big, hairy beast'

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08/26/2010

While other providers fret over Medicare rules and reimbursement, Sleep Apnea Solutions has quietly carved itself a niche creating sleep wellness programs for employers.

While he was sleeping

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08/26/2010

Providers and other sleep advocates got a sneak peek at just what patients go through before they come in for a CPAP, thanks to what is believed to be the first-ever online sleep study in July.

Out of the office, but not out of my mind

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Friday, August 6, 2010

The MED Group's Kelly Riley wanted me to give her a call next week so she could bend my ear a bit on CPAP audits in region C.

Taking apnea to the mall

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

I don't follow football but I do follow sleep apnea and I know that football players are as likely to suffer from the disease as anyone else.

Average Joe tries to save Medicare money; Medicare says 'no thanks'

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Few people know about senseless government waste more than HME providers. But it seems beneficiaries might be taking notice as well.

Prison blues

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Add prison inmates to the growing list of niche populations for sleep apnea.

Executive director Ed Grandi, executive director of the American Sleep Apnea Association, gave a talk at a conference attended by health care providers who work with incarcerated adults and adolescents.

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