Remote Sleep Study Scoring

At ScoringHelpers, we can offer you affordable, efficient and accurate results to your sleep scoring needs…

  • Manual staging and scoring, epoch by epoch, following the American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommended guidelines.
  • Our registered scoring technologists can accurately and confidently score the following diagnostic studies:
    • HST's
    • Full-night diagnostic and Split-night studies
    • Adult and Pediatric studies
    • CPAP, Bi-Level, AutoPAP and Oxygen titrations
    • MWT’s and MSLT’s studies
    • Extended EEG and Seizure montage studies
  • Scorers are available 7 days a week, and records will be scored within a guaranteed 48 hours, from the time the study is posted.
  • There is an option to have records scored “STAT” within 24 hours.
  • Report generation is available, as well as a detailed Scoring Log, for your records.
  • Study Quality Assurance, clinical technician feedback, and continued education opportunities are available and can be performed to promote continued quality patient care and technical growth among your staff.
  • An invoice will be compiled and provided to your billing department.

Fee for Service

At ScoringHelpers, we understand that every sleep lab has different needs, and therefore, we are flexible when negotiating our rates. First we would like to get to know more about you and better understand your sleep center’s needs and expectations. Then we can agree on a flat-rate fee per study and discuss any additional services ScoringHelpers can assist you with. There are no volume  requirements or commitments. Also, we will be happy to score a sample record, free of charge, for your Medical Director to review.

As sleep professionals, we do try to set a competitive rate for scoring. We can help your company save money by keeping in-house “over-head” down without compromising scoring quality and an efficient turn-around time. Many sleep labs may choose to “out-source” scoring to another country or an online site that offers “The LOWEST rates in the US”… only to find they can afford to offer lower prices because they traditionally cut corners when it comes to patient privacy, utilize less-than-qualified technologists, and focus on fast results over accuracy.