Sleep Specialists LLC, the maker of Zzoma positional therapy for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and iSleep Physicians, a virtual sleep specialist practice, are collaborating to improve access to OSA treatment options for patients nationwide.

Zzoma is a US Food and Drug Administration-cleared medical device that prevents users from sleeping on their backs. For patients diagnosed with mild to moderate OSA, Zzoma can be a viable alternative to CPAP. iSleep Physicians is a group of board-certified sleep physicians who are licensed in all 50 states. iSleep Physicians utilizes a telehealth platform to diagnose patients and evaluate Zzoma as a potential treatment option.

The Zzoma-iSleep Physicians collaboration will:

  • Offer patients a seamless experience: iSleep Physicians patients can now easily learn about Zzoma during their virtual consultations and, if deemed appropriate, receive a prescription directly through the platform.
  • Improve access to OSA treatment: iSleep’s nationwide reach and virtual care model expands patient access to Zzoma, particularly in areas with limited sleep specialists.
  • Enhance care coordination: Both companies will collaborate to streamline communication between physicians and patients, ensuring optimal Zzoma therapy effectiveness.

“We are excited to partner with iSleep Physicians to make Zzoma more accessible to patients struggling with OSA,” says Michael J. Markus, PhD, executive director of Sleep Specialists LLC, in a release. “Their innovative telehealth platform and network of sleep specialists align perfectly with our mission to improve sleep health for everyone, offering both traditional and mask-free treatment options.”

Haramandeep Singh, MD, CEO of iSleep Physicians, says in a release, “At iSleep, we are committed to providing convenient and effective treatment options for our patients. Zzoma offers a non-invasive and comfortable solution for many OSA sufferers, and this collaboration allows us to offer it to a wider range of patients, helping them find relief from sleep apnea without the limitations of CPAP.”