A year ago, North Mississippi Medical Center’s Sleep Disorder Center began using in-home sleep apnea tests for patients who were too busy to stay for in-lab sleep tests or not comfortable with the in-lab procedures, reports The Clarion-Ledger.

“This device creates more opportunities for us because we have more devices than we had before,” Kramer said. “The physicians can review the data remotely. It’s more sophisticated like other systems where you have something going on next door or another part of the hospital where you can log in and see the data.”