Clinicians who pioneered home sleep testing founded Sleep Data in 1995. Today, we have a staff of over 100 trained professionals—including Board-registered polysomnographic technicians and respiratory therapists—who provide comprehensive sleep apnea care. We treat patients with efficiency, and the same discretion expected from primary care physicians.
Sleep Data has been providing home sleep testing services for 22 years and PAP services for 11 years. We became accredited with The Joint Commission in May 2008 and have maintained this accreditation without interruption. We are the leading provider of PAP services in San Diego, serving over 22,000 patients annually.
While industry standards have been to achieve 40 - 50% compliance with CPAP therapy, Sleep Data has been able to achieve rates of 80% compliance by emphasizing patient education, follow-up and the use of only premium equipment. Sleep Data’s proprietary technology platform, Clarity, allows care providers, patients, payers, and administrators unprecedented visibility and accountability into the care patients are receiving.
We are the only San Diego provider of PAP services with a truly integrated multi-disciplinary strategy. Our technology platform allows for the “phenotyping” of PAP patients, the categorization of patients into cohorts based on their compliance patterns, and the real-time identification of those who are struggling and may be good candidates for an alternate form of therapy such as oral appliance therapy provided by our fully integrated dental sleep medicine partner Sleep Alliance.
We have an entire department that is devoted to shipping CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines and maintaining our supply store. Our locations are fully stocked with a wide selection of options, ensuring you receive the exact equipment you desire and a correct, customized fit.
Upon receiving your diagnosis, Sleep Data will work with you every through every step of the process, ensuring you receive the maximum benefit from your CPAP therapy plan. Your health is our primary concern.
If you have concerns regarding safety and quality of your care, you can report complaints to The Joint Commission: