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ResMed eyes improved performance in FY2015


SAN DIEGO – ResMed capped off a tough year in the Americas last week when it reported financial results for the fourth quarter ended June 30.

ResMed makes ‘unprecedented’ donation


SAN DIEGO – ResMed has donated more than 10,000 CPAP devices to the American Sleep Apnea Association’s CPAP assistance program (CAP), the association announced June 30.

Apex vows to continue legal battle


BREA, Calif. – Apex Medical will appeal an International Trade Commission (ITC) judge’s ruling that the water chambers in the humidifiers of its XT and iCH CPAP devices infringe on a ResMed patent, the company announced today.

Cape Medical moves resupply online


SANDWICH, Mass. – Cape Medical Supply on June 2 launched a MyResupply web portal, allowing its CPAP customers to reorder their supplies as if they were ordering a book on Amazon.

Study: Technology can shape response to CPAP therapy


ANDOVER, Mass. – Users of SleepMapper, a mobile app and web-based solution from Philips Respironics, have a 22% higher adherence rate to PAP therapy than non-users, according to a study that the company released this week at SLEEP 2014.

Sleep market shows no signs of dozing off


The sleep therapy market has since shrugged off the interruption of Round 2 of competitive bidding and is now finding its equilibrium.

Private payers put squeeze on sleep

‘They are trying to decrease sleep studies’

YARMOUTH, Maine – Since the first of the year, CPAP providers have seen an onslaught of policy changes among private insurers that have made it harder for them to do business.

Making CPAP more convenient

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

I knew it was a bit of a stretch when we posted a brief to our website recently about a furniture maker named Perdue Woodworks debuting a line of nightstands designed to conceal CPAP devices.


Coding decision redirects RemZzzs


JACKSON, Mich. – RemZzzs may not have given up on restoring Medicare coverage for its CPAP mask liners, but the company, in at least one way, has moved on.

Helping providers be heroes


SUPERIOR, Colo. – The CPAP Horizon Project (CHP) has joined the fray of companies offering apps to help patients manage their sleep therapy, but founder Doug Hudiburg says providers are the drivers behind his.