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Aeroflow embraces telehealth for sleep patients

‘We’ve tried to set up a model where everything we do has multiple modalities’

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare was already dabbling with telehealth for its sleep patients, but the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the provider to ramp up its efforts, says Eric Mongeau.

Singular Sleep adds CPAP titration service


JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – Singular Sleep, an online sleep apnea center, has launched a new program to help patients find the required pressure for their CPAP machines from their homes.

Somnetics repurposes Transcend CPAP


MINNEAPOLIS – Somnetics International is working to repurpose its inventory of Transcend CPAP machines for use in the fight against COVID-19.

Aeroflow partners with Itamar to expand sleep apnea solutions


ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has contracted with Itamar Medical to add telemedicine services to its sleep apnea solutions. The relationship will increase patient access to home sleep testing using Itamar’s WatchPAT ONE single-use device.

SoClean sues Sunset


PETERBOROUGH, N.H. – SoClean has initiated patent infringement litigation against Sunset Healthcare Solutions and its Zoey CPAP sanitizer in the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts.

Short takes: RESNA, Lofta


RESNA’S testing company, Prometric, has extended the closure of its testing center in the U.S. and Canada through April 30.

Sleep apnea sufferers downplay treatment, Philips survey finds


AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands – Thirty percent of people with sleep apnea somewhat or completely agree that they don’t think it’s necessary to be treated for sleep apnea, according to a

AAHomecare puts Walmart on notice


WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has a letter to Walmart, reminding the retail giant that both Federal and North Dakota laws prohibit the sale of CPAP devices without a prescription, after Sanford Healthcare was approached by someone who needed help with a device

Great Elm DME reports ‘meaningful organic growth’


WALTHAM, Mass. – Great Elm DME has “hit new highs” with PAP and ventilator patient set-ups, CEO Peter Reed said on an earnings call last week.