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Survey: Respiratory providers report stable market

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09/25/2015

NEW YORK – The market for sleep therapy devices and supplies isn’t skyrocketing, but it’s not nosediving, either, according to a survey conducted by investment banking firm Needham & Co. and HME News.

Wake up, it’s Sleeptember

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09/04/2015

WASHINGTON – As part of its new Sleeptember campaign, the American Sleep Apnea Association is looking for its Ice Bucket Challenge.

Somnia turns the page on sleep

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08/25/2015

LONE TREE, Colo. – Somnia Sleep Wellness hopes two new e-books open a discussion to a broad range of sleep issues.

Move over Movember, here comes Sleeptember

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08/20/2015

WASHINGTON – The American Sleep Apnea Association and numerous partners will launch Sleeptember next month.

Reporter's notebook: Why the middling CPAP compliance?

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05/26/2015

It’s a number that’s floated around the industry for years: a CPAP compliance rate stuck at an average of about 55%.

NovaSom stars on Discovery Channel

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05/06/2015

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

Verus Healthcare grows 1,000%

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05/05/2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Verus Healthcare has grown its CPAP business by 1,000% in three years, the company announced this week.

Providers look to technology to boost compliance

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04/17/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – With compliance rates for CPAP therapy that fall somewhere between 51% and 75%, about half of the respondents to a recent HME NewsPoll admit there’s room for improvement.

In brief: CPAP therapy may decrease cognitive impairment, Medline integrates with Brightree

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04/17/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – Sleep disordered breathing is associated with early mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, but treatment with CPAP therapy may delay the onset of problems, according to a new study.

Study: CPAP therapy may decrease cognitive impairment

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04/17/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – Sleep disordered breathing is associated with early mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, but treatment with CPAP therapy may delay the onset of problems, according to a new study.

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