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Three Leading Sleep Solution Providers Choose Watermark Medical's Web-Enabled Home Sleep Testing Solutions
Date:9/15/2010

As the premier national provider of comprehensive sleep apnea services, we are always on the lookout for testing devices that will improve the diagnostic and treatment process," says SleepQuest President and CEO Robert Koenigsberg. "We evaluated the Watermark ARES device and thought it was very good, but, more importantly, our patients like it because it allows them to test for sleep apnea in the comfort of their own homes -- saving time and money."  

"The fact that the ARES is a Level 2 device, offering a higher number of diagnostic channels than most other home-testing devices, is extremely important to some of the healthcare providers in our national network," Koenigsberg adds. "As primary care physicians work to treat the whole patient, the ARES plays a critical role. Accurately diagnosing sleep apnea can help identify many underlying health issues -- it's the first step towards complete health and wellness."  

Sleep Optima is a two-year-old, Ohio-based company that assists dental practices with the implementation of Sleep Dentistry into their practices. "We looked at all the products on the market and chose the Watermark device because it is the easiest and most accurate in-home test for patients to self-administer," said Rob Winnings, CEO of Sleep Optima. "Watermark has done a superior job in designing the back-end of their business regarding the collection and dissemination of information to our network. Their web-enabled system speeds the diagnostic process, which allows the patient to focus on treatment, which can ultimately be life-saving."

The Snore Shop is a five-year-old company that conducts nearly 200 sleep tests a month in its two locations throughout Nova Scotia. The company switched to the Watermark ARES after running into problems with two previous in-home test devices. "The waiting list for hospital sleep labs in our region is almost three years, which can be detrimental to patients who have severe sleep apnea," sa
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