Billing

 
CPT CODES
GO 399
Type III Device Sleep study, unattended, simultaneous recording of, heart rate, oxygen saturation, respiratory airflow, and respiratory effort (eg, thoracoabdominal movement)
CPT 95806
Sleep study, unattended, simultaneous recording of, heart rate, oxygen saturation,respiratory airflow, and respiratory effort (eg, thoracoabdominal movement)

 NEW in 2011!
CPT 95800
Sleep Study, unattended simultaneous recording, heart rate, oxygen saturation, respiratory analysis (eg by airflow or peripheral arterial tone), and sleep time 
CPT 95801
Sleep study unattended minimum of heart rate, oxygen saturation and respiratory analysis (eg by airflow or peripheral arterial tone)



US Sleep Diagnostics’ Claire Lah, CPC, billing and authorization of reimbursements manager, is also owner of Practice Management Assistance, LLC. She draws on her 15 years of experience in practice management and billing to offer excellent services to help our US Sleep customers.

Why do a multi-night study?

The reason for the multi-night study is that we are not only eliminating a “first night effect”, but also providing a greater sampling of scientific data for review.

How much does the Home Sleep Test cost?

While traditional in-lab studies are between $2,000 and $5,000 per night, the cost of a HST is $400 per night (US Sleep Diagnostics advises a two-night test instead of three).

Does insurance pay for the test?

Many insurance carriers are starting to provide coverage for the home test because of the cost savings over the in-lab test.

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