Simplifying the Delivery of Sleep Health Care
Nox Health featured in Healthcare Business Today to discuss how our delivery of sleep health care continues to revolutionize the industry, especially in a pandemic
ATLANTA—November 2, 2020—Nox Health CEO Sigurjon Kristjansson penned a feature article in Healthcare Business Today on how the company continues to simplify the delivery of sleep health care. Top insights include:
- “At Nox Health, we have a vision to significantly improve access to sleep healthcare through our SleepCharge and Nox Medical solutions. We have always been committed to pushing the boundaries of sleep health care delivery, from telehealth technology to diagnostic innovation, and our learnings over the years are relevant not just to the field of sleep health, but to the broader healthcare industry as organizations adapt for sustainability and scale in the current pandemic environment.”
- “At SleepCharge, we’re able to look beyond the nuance of telemedicine to see its full potential—not just in sleep health, but across the entire healthcare industry. SleepCharge’s sleep treatment success rates exceed 90% over years of care, compared to only 40 to 50% of patients who receive meaningful treatment in the traditional healthcare scenario. With the right technology and processes in place, specialized sleep healthcare providers reach more people with more effective treatment than ever before.”
- “Chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, stroke and hypertension are a tremendous burden to both the patients and the U.S. healthcare system. Experts continue to stress the importance of preventative care as one of the best ways to reduce the prevalence and severity of these conditions, and sleep is a key part of that equation.”
- “The field of sleep health is circular in its challenges and solutions and therefore must be approached from a holistic perspective. We must continue creating awareness for the importance of sleep health, continue pushing to streamline the process to receive care, continue innovating to create more accurate and efficient diagnostic technologies and continue scaling personalized patient support to improve treatment outcomes.”
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