Will I be able to use the restroom during my study?
What if I can't sleep?
Is a family member or caregiver allowed to stay with me?
Is the bed comfortable?
Is the sleep study painful or invasive?
Should I bring my nighttime medications with me?
What if I can’t tolerate the CPAP?
What is your cancellation policy?
There is a $300 fee charged for no shows or for cancellations made less than two full business days in advance. The fee may be waived in circumstances where the patient is sick or has an emergency as long as the appointment is rescheduled.
Will insurance help cover my costs?
The short answer is, YES! Medicare Part B covers Types I-IV of sleep tests and devices, provided you have clinical signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. Type I sleep tests are only covered if they’re ordered by your doctor and performed in a sleep lab facility, such as our own. Additional tests and services may fall outside of Medicare’s coverage, so it’s important to consult with your doctor about what will be covered.
If my insurance isn’t covered, are there any other assistance plans?
There are several organizations that offer financial assistance. AASM Sleep Education has put together a great resource highlighting financial assistance options for your sleep study.