Can the emergence of a brand-new sleep disorder be a beautiful thing? In many ways, it can be inspiring, labor intensive, full of future possibilities … and usually quite messy!
Fall Course Speaker Preview: Dr. Earl O Bergersen
Designed for health professionals who work directly with sleep medicine patients, families and other healthcare practitioners to coordinate and manage patient care and improve outcomes
As a sleep technologist, you invariably have the topic of CPAP on your mind. And it can grow increasingly difficult to separate the facts from fiction, as new developments take place.
There once was a time a sleep study could be scheduled without consideration of the insurance carrier. Patients could be scheduled that night or the next day. Times have really changed as we have moved into an age of pre-authorizations and longer wait times for patients to have an overnight sleep study.
Four AAST members will present at The International Palestinian Congress in Sleep Medicine in Jerusalem, 26-27 October.
What is the role of digital apps in monitoring positive airway pressure adherence? Find out in Louisville, Ky., October 13-14, as the American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST) and KYSS (Kentucky Sleep Society) present the Fall Course: Current Technology Trends in Sleep Medicine.
Are you up-to-date with the latest trends for sleep technology? If not, you should plan to catch up with the AAST in Louisville, Ky., October 13-14, as we present the Fall Course: Current Technology Trends in Sleep Medicine.
The American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST) and the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) are proud to announce that Daniel D. Lane, BS, RPSGT, CCSH, president of the BRPT, and David Wolfe, MSEd, RPSGT, RRT-SDS, director on the board of the AAST, are jointly representing the USA at the World Sleep 2017 meeting in Praque, Czech Republic.
As aftermath effects of Hurricane Harvey continue to unfold in Texas, AAST wishes to help members with resources that best help them prepare for these circumstances and recover from the impact.
Sleep medicine is always evolving, and the need for people to gain more knowledge and experience as a registered sleep technologist is growing. As a current or prospective sleep technologist, it’s important for you to know how sleep medicine has evolved to focus more on patient education and positive treatment outcomes.