A Sleep Test CRM Designed For You & Your Patients
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Grow and manage your patient base
At SleepTest.com, we make it easy to get your patients an at-home sleep test.
Our custom-developed online software, SleepTestCRM, allows clinicians to submit patients quickly. From there, we manage patient benefits, telemedicine, shipping, receiving, and interpretation of the data while keeping you informed with real-time email alerts and a custom portal.
A full suite of telemedicine features
SleepTest CRM is a smarter, faster, better way to manage your sleep medicine patients. In fact, it's the fastest, most efficient sleep testing software in the industry. We have integrated a full suite of telemedicine features and automation for both you and your patients. Not only does it make the process smoother for a better patient experience with better efficiency in your office, but it also allows full visibility for both you and your patients. You can check up on a patient to see where they are in the process, and they can check their own progress any time they want. Plus, it’s 100% HIPAA-compliant.
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Why you should take an at home sleep test
Snoring, headaches, excessive daytime sleepiness, and low energy as well as memory challenges and mood disturbance are just a few of the indications of sleep apnea. Unfortunately, about 85% of sleep apnea sufferers are undiagnosed. Treating sleep apnea can drastically improve your quality of life.
Benefits of treating sleep apnea include:
- Improved Health
- Happy Bed Partner
- Increased Energy
- Improved Concentration
- High-Quality Sleep
- Fewer Headaches
- Positive Mood
- Wakeful Days
- Weight Loss
- Improved Liver Function
- Low Risk of Cancer
- Reversal of Metabolic Syndrome
Find a sleep test provider near you
Looking for a local sleep test provider in your area? Sleeptest.com makes it easy to locate and schedule a sleep test in just a few clicks.
If you are tired of poor sleep, daytime fogginess, constant fatigue, and stress from never feeling well rested, it may be time to explore the possibility that you suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Millions of people have OSA, and many of those people suffer the adverse health effects of OSA for years (even decades) before getting a proper diagnosis and treatment for this serious sleep disorder.
Have you ever been tired and groggy despite a full night's sleep? If you or someone you know snores regularly, sleep apnea could be the culprit. Sleep apnea is when breathing is repeatedly interrupted during sleep, leading to a lack of oxygen in the body. This can cause snoring, gasping, and even choking while sleeping. Sleep apnea has been linked to a host of health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke.
An estimated 29.4 million adults in the U.S. have sleep apnea, and 80% go undiagnosed and untreated. Unfortunately, many men write off their sleep apnea as insomnia, and women underreport snoring. This makes it difficult for physicians and dentists to screen for sleep apnea, diagnose, and provide life-changing treatment.