Apneasure Helps Your Physician Be Sure About Your Condition
If you snore or are excessively tired during the day, you may be one of the 12 million Americans suffering from obstructive sleep apnea.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a manageable condition, but a proper diagnosis must be made before treatment can begin.
Diagnostic options include:
- Traditional OSA Testing: Data is gathered at a sleep center facility, where patient is observed, monitored and videotaped during an overnight stay.
- Apneasure Home Sleep Test: Data is gathered using a testing device that the patient wears to bed in the privacy of the patient’s home.
The Apneasure Home Sleep Test in only available with a physician’s order. If you think you might have, or be at risk for OSA – and you would prefer an at-home test instead of a sleep center test, discuss it with your doctor. Once it’s been determined that you need the test, your doctor will submit the order to us and we’ll send the testing kit directly to your home. The kit comes with a pre-paid return shipping label, which you’ll use to send everything back for processing. For more details on the testing process, visit How It Works.
Coverage & Insurance Information
Currently, the Apneasure Home Sleep Test is contracted with the following providers.
- Premera Blue Cross
- Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska
- Lifewise Health Plan of Washington
- Lifewise Health Plan of Oregon
( Note: this list is constantly updated to reflect the continued growth of Apneasure’s network of insurance providers.)
Upon confirmation of insurance eligibility, your physician’s office will inform you of what your coverage amount for the Apneasure Home Sleep Test will be.
If you are not eligible for insurance coverage, but would still like the Apneasure Home Sleep Test, ask your doctor about the $350 self-pay option.