Just like in any other industry, sleep centers have had to shift their practices to a more remote model wherever possible in the face of COVID-19. HSATs and disposables have increased, with dropship and curb-side pickup options available for safety and convenience. In-person appointments have waned as people have become open to using telehealth even for sleep concerns, and patients have become more and more averse to coming into the lab in person over the past year. Add to that additional protocols and processes that take extra time, and now some places don’t require masks if you’re vaccinated, but some still do, or they didn’t, but now there’s the Delta variant, so they do again, maybe I’ll just put it off… who really gets a decent night’s sleep anyway, right?
Somnoware, a leading provider of digital health technology, announces the launch of a new plugin that allows sleep centers to automatically connect and initialize all their devices with one click. This new plugin—called Somnoware Sleep Device Interface (SDI)—is a thin-client browser plugin that is quickly installed on first use and then monitors device changes automatically.
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Somnoware, a leading provider of digital health technology, now provides online screening, pre-study, and post-study patient questionnaires. Each time a sleep study appointment is scheduled using the Somnoware platform, a questionnaire is automatically assigned and a notification is sent to the patient to let them know about it. When online, the patient can easily view and complete their questionnaire using any browser-based device.
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