FAQ 2017-09-27T08:31:30+00:00

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Patient FAQ

Yes, some insurance company’s will approve a home study but deny services for an in lab study, these patients would be scheduled for a home study.

Fill out referral form with as much information as you can provide, have doctor/np sign and fax to referral fax number with a recent clinical note.

There are 3 sleep study options that can be chosen:

Option A. Patient can have an in lab or home sleep study and PCP can follow up with their patient

Option B. Patient can have their sleep study completed first and then follow up consultation with a sleep specialist

Option C. You can send your patients for a consult first with a sleep specialist

A Home study is a screening tool for sleep apnea, where the patient will come to the sleep center and
pick up a device. They will be educated on the operation of the device and will wear over night and return it to the sleep center the next day.

This device consist of 2 belts around the chest and abdomen, a nasal cannula and an oximeter probe on the finger. The test will determine a yes or no for sleep apnea and if the patient is mild, moderate or severe.

Provider FAQ

NO, Epoch Sleep Center management will process all pre authorizations. We just need a completed referral form and a recent clinical note.

Typically the process from start to finish will take 7 – 10 business days

Epoch can provide CPAP and supplies to specific insurances. Epoch Sleep Apnea Educators manage the entire set up, authorization and on going supplies needed for the patients CPAP device. Epoch uses state of the art devices that have built in modems that provide pt compliance and use on a daily basis.