Sleep Apnea

Apria’s fully-integrated sleep management program is designed to provide patients who have been diagnosed with sleep apnea the tools and convenience they need to get a better night’s sleep.

Step 1: Diagnosis

If you and your doctor suspect that you may have sleep apnea, they may first refer you to a Sleep Disorders Center for an overnight sleep test called a polysomnogram (PSG). Based on insurance and physician recommendations, you may have the option for a home sleep study. 

Values recorded in a sleep test include:

  • Heart rate
  • How air moves in and out of the lungs
  • Amount of oxygen in the blood
  • Breathing effort

Based on the sleep test results, your physician may diagnosis Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Central Sleep Apnea (CSA), or Mixed Sleep Apnea (MSA).

More Info: Diagnosing Sleep Apnea

Step 2: Treatment

The most common treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is continuous airway pressure (CPAP). A CPAP machine uses a blower to deliver a constant level of air pressure through a hose that attached to the nose. Alternatively, a BiPAP machine (bilevel positive airway pressure) adjusts the level of air and lowers the pressure that the patient exhales against.

Apria is one of the largest providers for PAP machines in the United States, but we provide more than a PAP machine. We offer comprehensive patient education, clinical assessments, and ongoing monitoring to identify additional needs. Licensed Respiratory Therapists, sleep coaches, and product experts will support you at every milestone on your journey to get your best nights.

More Info: Treating Sleep Apnea

Step 3: Track Your Progress

Since Apria understands that adjustment to PAP is a large change for you and your family, our standard follow-up program begins after your first night of at-home breathing treatment.

Most devices have an integrated device modem that allows sleep coaches to review usage and identify if you are having trouble adapting to your device. Sleep coaches will contact you to provide customized support to help you reach your therapy goals. Apria patients can also contact a sleep coach any time at 877-265-2426 (option 4) or online on the Sleep Support page.

Step 4: Reorder Supplies

Even with regular cleaning, germs, pollen, and dust accumulate in your PAP system, reducing the comfort of your mask and the effectiveness of your therapy. At Apria, we give patients a choice on how they want to receive their replacement sleep supplies.

  • Enroll in the subscription program*
  • Speak directly with a dedicated sleep expert at 877-265-2426
  • Call the 24-hour automated phone system at 800-436-5657
  • Place a one-time order online

Learn More: Sleep Apnea Supplies

* The subscription program is not available to all patients. Patients with certain payors, such as Medicare, Medicaid, Managed Medicaid, or TRICARE, are not eligible.

Sleep Supplies

Apria offers a variety of ways for you to receive your replacement sleep supplies. Learn more so you can find the right option for you.

Sleep Support
Apria sleep coaches and product experts will help you stay on track to obtain the maximum benefit from your sleep therapy.