Respiratory & Sleep Management June 2010

Respiratory & Sleep Management June 2010

Special Sleep Issue:

Among home medical equipment companies, there's a growing emphasis on sleep therapies. This collection of articles is designed to help you sharpen that focus. You'll find fresh data about market trends from Wells Fargo Securities via a survey of our readers. There's an exploration of the advanced compliance monitoring technologies available and how they can be applied for business and patient benefit. Puls, take a look at the details of selected PAP masks and pillows systems in the Interface Comparo.


Monitoring Across Miles

Monitoring Across Miles

By Janis Rizzuto

Providers embrace simplified data gathering for CPAP compliance.


Letter from the Editor

Inside the Decidedly Unsleepy Sleep Market

By Janis Rizzuto

The magazine contains a dozen feature pages dedicated to one of the most promising and perplexing markets home medical equipment companies and respiratory therapists serve.

Respiratory Solutions

Collecting More Co-Pays

By Ty Bello

Here's an easy way to help your company collect co-pays without pressure that’s integrated in your process of providing care.

Sleep Pop Culture

Respiratory Factor

Sleep Pop Culture

Just for fun, the National Sleep Foundation manages lists of the Top 100 sleep songs and movies. Spanning generations and genres, here are some creations about somnolence.

Provider Perspective

Teaming Up for Quality

HLS Home Medical and Sleep Management Institute LLC tell why they came to work together and how their patients are benefiting from high-quality sleep studies and carefully administered PAP therapies.

Funding Focus

Watching for Red Flags

By Kelly Riley

Companies must be in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission Red Flags Rule by the June 1, 2010, implementation date.

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