What You Need to Know
Sleep Study Instructions
You should arrive at the Sleep Center at 8:45 p.m. Most nights there will be two patients. The sleep tech will escort you to your private room. You will have the opportunity to fill out any needed forms and change into comfortable sleeping attire.
A tech spends about 45 minutes with you taking the necessary measurements for lead placement. Once the tech is finished with your hook-up, you may read, relax, or watch TV.
Lights out must be no later than 11:00 p.m. This allows for 6-plus hours of recording time for accurate scoring and reading of the study. Please let the sleep tech know if you prefer to have lights out earlier than 11:00 p.m. You will be awakened between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. to return home prior to your workday.
You should bring and take all usual medications, unless specifically instructed by your physician to do otherwise.
Please do not take a nap on the day of your sleep study. Avoid caffeine and alcohol after 2:00 p.m.
If you have further questions, check our Frequently Asked Questions. Or email us at InfoSleep@mylrh.org with your questions.
Please click here to complete the Pre Visit Questionnaire. This form must be completed prior to your sleep study appointment.
Your physician has ordered a sleep study for you. Sleep studies require an order from your physician. A referral through your insurance company may or may not be necessary. Your ordering physician or primary care physician will obtain the necessary referral or authorization. Please confirm this information with the Referral Specialist at your physician’s office.
If you would like to know your specific co-pay, please look on the back of your insurance card. Call the Customer Service number listed there. Your insurance company will want to know the study your physician has ordered and the diagnostic code your physician has determined. You need to get this information from your doctor before calling your insurance company.
Common sleep study and sleep diagnostic codes are:
|Sleep Study Codes||Sleep Diagnostic Codes|
|95810 – Diagnostic Sleep Study||G47.33 – Obstructive Sleep Apnea|
|95811 – Treatment Sleep Study||G47.33 – Obstructive Sleep Apnea|
|95806 – Home Sleep Study||G47.33 – Obstructive Sleep Apnea|
Specific information on your study and your diagnosis can only be obtained from the physician ordering your sleep study.
Medicare and most major health insurance plans are accepted. (please see the disclaimer at bottom of the page):
|BeechStreet||PPO||Blue Cross Blue Shield||Health Options|
|Blue Cross Blue Shield||PPS||Blue Cross Blue Shield||PPC|
|Blue Cross Blue Shield||Network Blue||CCN Network||PPO|
|Champus||Choice CAre Network||EHI/Humana PPO|
|Cigna||HMO/PPO||Citrus Health Care||HMO|
|Evolutions Healthcare Systems||PPO||First Health|
|First Service Administrators||HMO/PPO||Focus||Workers’ Comp|
|Galaxy Health Network||PPO||Great West|
|HCI Preferred Care||PPO||Heritage Summit||PPO|
|Humana||PPO/HMO||MD Medicare Choice (formerly PartnerCare)||HMO|
|Physicians United Plan||HMO||Polk Healthcare Plan|
|Quality Health Plans||(Certain doctors only)||SouthCare||PPO|
|United Healthcare||PPO/PSO/HMO||United Healthcare Evercare Plan|
|United Medicare HMO||Medicare Complete/Medicare+ Choice Plan|
Please contact your insurance carrier to verify coverage and ask any questions regarding coverage or benefits.
Disclaimer: Information on this site is provided for general reference only and subject to change without notice. This is not a guarantee of coverage or eligibility under any insurance plan. Coverage and coverage requirements, benefits, eligibility, and participation status must be verified directly with your insurance carrier on the date of service.