The sleep world has experienced more disruptions in the last two years than ever before. While insurance payers have shifted testing largely into the home and have simplified the diagnosis of OSA, there remains a domain that is being left in the margins – assessment of sleep itself.
Our upcoming webinar, titled The Future of Sleep Medicine – is it time to change course?, will feature a conversation with Seema Khosla, MD, FCCP FAASM, about the future of sleep medicine and discuss the role of polysomnography and the effect of increased prevalence and awareness of OSA and home sleep apnea testing.
Seema Khosla MD., FCCP, FAASM.
Dr. Khosla is Medical Director of the North Dakota Center for Sleep. She is a fellow of the College of Chest Physicians as well as the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Kentucky. She completed her fellowship in Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia. She is active within the AASM and has served on numerous AASM committees including the original Telemedicine Task Force. She served as the inaugural chair of the Clinical and Consumer Sleep Technology Committee and she is the current chair for the new AASM Public Awareness Advisory Committee. She also serves as medical advisor for MedBridge Healthcare and is the host of the AASM podcast Talking Sleep.
During the session, Dr. Khosla will talk about what the future may hold for sleep medicine and look to answer pressing questions:
- Should there be a shift back to polysomnography?
- Is there still value in assessing sleep architecture?
- How will new advancements in technology change the current pathways?
To sign up for the final session of See Everything at Once scheduled for Wednesday, November 24th at 11 a.m. CST / 12:00 pm ET / 6:00 pm CST, visit webinars.noxmedical.com.