Tired of being tired?
We deliver the possibility of improved health!
Step 1: Clinician Referral
Ask your physician, dentist, or speciality clinician about getting your airway evaluated, testing you for obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep related breathing disorders.
Your referring clinician will screen you for signs and symptoms of airway obstruction, then submit your sleep test order with just a few clicks of their mouse!
Step 2: 7-Minute Phone Call
7 minutes on the phone with us, is all it takes!
Your referring clinician should make this appointment for you while still in their office, so we are both on the same page, accommodating for your busy schedule.
A friendly and educated Patient Scheduler will call you to educate you on the sleep test device, the process, and your cost.
Step 3: Device Mailed to You
A sleep test device is mailed directly to you!
Shipping times range from 1-3 days.
You don’t have to go to a lab or hospital…all you have to do is go home and go to bed.
Shipping costs are included with your purchase.
Step 4: 2-Night Home Sleep Test
Sleep with your testing device for two consecutive nights in your own bed.
It’s really easy! Don’t worry, we’ll give you directions over the phone, in a detailed email, a brief video, and paper instructions in the box that arrives at your home.
Once your 2-night home sleep test is complete, simply drop it in the same box it came in, apply the pre-paid shipping label, and send it back!
Step 5: Diagnosis Sent to Clinician
Diagnosis, letter of medical necessity, and recommendation for therapy are sent to the referring clinician within 3-4 business days after SleepTest.com receives your device.
We keep you in the loop! SleepTest.com will send you a confirmation email once your results have been delivered to your referring clinician, letting you know our job is complete.
Your referring clinician should invite you back into their office to review your results and therapy options with you.
Check out the simple and small, ResMed ApneaLink Air, sleep test device we use.
The recording device itself is only about the size of a deck of cards!