It’s time to prioritize sleep health

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Up to 70 million Americans live with sleep-related disorders and may not even realize they have a treatable issue.1 Sleep-related disorders such as sleep apnea, insomnia, or narcolepsy can have serious health consequences, including increased risk of diabetes, obesity, heart attack, stroke, and even reduced lifespan.

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We’re revolutionizing the approach to total health by building new digital pathways that make it easier to identify, diagnose, and treat people with sleep-related disorders and put them on a path to living healthier, longer lives.

Through Primasun’s clinically researched sleep-related disorder programs, our members can access video consultations with our sleep physicians, at-home sleep testing, tailored treatment plans, and ongoing coaching. We make it simple for people suffering from sleep-related disorders to rediscover the world through rested eyes.

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How Primasun meets your needs


Primasun helps employers improve employees’ well-being and avoid the high costs associated with sleep-related disorders, including those resulting from lost productivity, poor health outcomes, and increased risk of accidents and injuries.


Medical professionals can use the Primasun platform to make sleep medicine more accessible to their patients and improve treatment reach and success rates.

Health Plans

Well-rested populations are healthier, happier populations. With the Primasun platform, health plan providers can help their populations overcome sleep issues that affect health outcomes, healthcare costs, and quality of life.

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Age, Sex, Comorbid Conditions, and Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Usage in the First 90 Days for Users of a Fully Remote Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Diagnosis and Management Program

This demonstrates that a fully remote Obstructive Sleep Apnea diagnosis and management program is feasible, with acceptable PAP usage (>4hrs/night) among a non-selected population, and can help to solve the global underdiagnosis crisis of people with OSA.

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Assessment of Patient Journey Metrics for Users of a Digital Obstructive Sleep Apnea Program: Single-Arm Feasibility Pilot Study

Participants were able to complete the OSA diagnostic pathway efficiently and quickly; the high retention and satisfaction rates support the program’s ability to effectively diagnose patients who otherwise may have not been diagnosed with OSA.

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