About OSA Module

Our Obstructive Sleep Apnea module is a true training course with the goal of preparing patients for success. The module includes 5 segments:

  • Understanding Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Health Consequences of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Your treatment plan
  • Making the most of CPAP therapy
  • Tips to improve sleep quality

At the completion of the module, the patient receives a certificate of learning. They have the knowledge and tools to be successful with OSA treatment.


How We Help Patients

We help patients understand their disease, recognize the related health consequences, and provide them with the knowledge and tools for success.

How We Help Equipment Companies

Equipment companies will enjoy the benefit of motivated and educated patients, decreased time required for new equipment set-up appointments, and improved patient compliance with therapy. This all leads to long-term patient retention and improved profitability.


How We Help Physicians

Most physicians simply do not have the time to spend 20-30 minutes with each patient explaining a disease and how the patient can change their outcome. Our learning modules fill this void with a multimedia format that will educate and empower their patients for success.

How We Change Outcomes

How do our modules change outcomes? The premise is simple: educate the patients about their disease, let them know how much they truly have to gain with therapy, and then give them the knowledge and tools to be successful.

The OSA learning module provides this avenue. We have an NIH registered study. The study is ongoing, however, interim analysis shows that patients that complete our interactive sleep module increased Medicare compliance by a remarkable 11%. During the study, we had amazing responses. We actually had patients call and say, “I just completed the OSA module, I am scheduled to get my CPAP next week. I would really like to get it sooner." This is so much different from the patients that arrive for CPAP set-up that say, ”I don’t know why I am doing this. I would know if I stopped breathing at night”. Denial of medical conditions is both prevalent and powerful. Empower individuals, and they will take control and excel with their healthcare.

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