All 19 Sleep HealthCenters clinics abruptly closed last week due to financial struggles related to home sleep testing, according to a Boston Globe article.
A notification on the company’s website stated, ” We regret to inform you that Sleep HealthCenters is closed for business. Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have ceased all clinical and lab operations.”
Richard Mikels, the company’s attorney, told the Boston Globe that Sleep HealthCenters had financial struggles. “This change from the pervasive use of sleep centers to the pervasive use of home testing, which is less lucrative for the provider, is actually at the core of the problem,” he said.
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