Sleep Therapy

Sleep Therapy has been anything but boring over the last 16 months. Just as sleep providers started to get their footing during the COVID-19 public health emergency, along came the Philips device recall. In both cases, sleep providers have had to deal with uncertain supply chains while serving both existing patients and onboarding new ones.

Moreover, when it comes to the public health emergency, providers of sleep therapy equipment and services had to develop new procedures and use new tools to safely and effectively provide products and services to patients and coordinate with referrals.

While all that was happening, providers have to keep up to speed with the market changes and innovations that have always been part and parcel of the sleep therapy market. While the public health emergency or a product recall might have created gaps in some supplies, new masks, accessories, and other devices and products have been getting released.

Likewise, there are a variety of business services and software offerings on the market to help sleep therapy providers run more efficient businesses, help their referral partners introduce new patients to therapy, and ensure optimal outcomes.

So, bearing all that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the products and services that have recently hit the market:

Contour Products

CPAPMax Pillow

CPAPMax Pillow

Adjustable CPAP Pillow Offers Four Heights

  • Pillow’s height is easy to adjust by adding or removing layers of foam inside the pillow, which helps minimize mask shifting, air leaks and facial pressure.
  • The dual-sided design offers a choice of two sleep surfaces: plush memory foam and traditional fiberfill.
  • An 18-inch tether keeps the hose in place for undisrupted sleep.
  • (800) 692-6686

Philips Respironics

Wisp Pediatric Nasal Mask

Wisp Pediatric Nasal Mask

Pediatric Nasal Mask Offers a Lot for Little Ones

Philips Respironics new Wisp Pediatric Nasal Mask, which supports non-invasive ventilation (NIV) features a child friendly giraffe fabric pattern, a modified cushion curvature and support tools to help provide a positive experience for young patients and their families. Features include, a Leak Correction Dial on the mask that lets caregivers fix small leaks without disturbing a child’s sleep, and three cushion sizes designed to fit infants weighing 22 pounds to age 7, with a shape created specifically to fit the curvature of an infant’s face and nose.

  • (800) 659-9235

Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare


CPAP Offers Enhanced Connectivity, Evidenced-Based Detection and Response Algorithms

The IntelliPAP2 can differentiate between periodic breathing, central sleep apnea and complex apnea events, and automatically adjusts the delivered pressure. In addition, the device’s PulseDose heated humidification system intelligently provides humidification during inhalation only; blowing dry air during exhalation to flush humidity from the tube, reducing rainout, which will improve patient comfort and experience. Using Bluetooth connectivity, Drive DeVilbiss’s proprietary SmartCode technology and SmartLink App, the system offers simple data collection and reporting.

  • (877) 224-0946

Med Group

Sleep Program

Sleep Program Optimizes Patient and Business Performance

The MED Group’s Sleep Program aims to help providers maximize OSA patient compliance and resupply orders, as well as benchmark their business and care to help identify opportunities and measure results. From cost reduction to revenue enhancement through resupply, the program works to increase patient engagement, which improves the provider’s bottom line.

  • (800) 825-5633

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