Skip to Content

Tag: CPAP Horizon Project


App helps providers be heroes

September 13, 2013HME News Staff

SUPERIOR, Colo. - The CPAP Horizon Project (CHP) has joined the fray of companies offering apps to help patients manage their sleep therapy, but founder Doug Hudiburg says providers are the drivers behind his.Providers access the app, called ManageMyCPAP, through a $99 annual membership with CHP and make it available for free to patients. They also brand it with their company information, he says.“They're the hero in this process,” Hudiburg said. “They're playing the critical role,...

CPAP, CPAP Horizon Project, Doug Hudiburg, ManageMyCPAP

Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Also Noted

People news: Karen Collishaw, Michael Clark

July 29, 2013HME News Staff

The board of directors of the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) has selected Karen Collishaw as president and CEO. She will direct CHAP as “it embarks on a new strategic direction to advance the highest quality in community-based care,” according to a press release. Collishaw is the former deputy executive director of the American Academy of Dermatology…The CPAP Horizon Project has appointed Michael Clark, vice president of sales and business development at Signature Sleep...

CHAP, CPAP Horizon Project

Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Also Noted

CPAP Horizon pilots new app for CPAP providers

May 30, 2013HME News Staff

SUPERIOR, Colo. - A new software application for CPAP providers from the CPAP Horizon Project is now in the beta testing phase, according to a press release. The web application, called ManageMyCPAP, allows CPAP providers to improve patient satisfaction and therapy compliance, while significantly reducing overhead, the release noted. “We believe we can help our customers deliver a superior patient experience and, through interactive technology and smart use of support staff, reduce overhead...

CPAP, CPAP Horizon Project, DME, HME, ManageMyCPAP

Read Full Articlered right arrow icon

Also Noted

Sleep apnea specialists collaborate to improve care

January 31, 2013HME News Staff

FORT MYERS, Fla. - Signature Sleep Services and CPAP Horizon Project are working together to improve sleep apnea management for patients, according to a press release. The management of sleep apnea involves many software applications and medical devices, but they often don't share data, according to the release. To bridge this gap, Signature Sleep Services has introduced SleepScreener, a web-based application that screens and refers sleep disorder patients to facilities licensed to access the application....

CPAP Horizon Project, Signature Sleep Services, Sleep Apnea

Read Full Articlered right arrow icon