A 90 Day CPAP Compliance Report for Medicare, DOT (Department of Transportation), or the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
At CPAP Store Las Vegas, our Respiratory Therapists can generate a 90 day compliance report for you by downloading the data off your CPAP machine via the SD memory memory card / chip located inside the CPAP or BiPAP Machine.
After downloading the data, we generate a report for you which can then be submitted on your part to your employer. We provide this CPAP compliance report for all truck drivers who require it to pass their DOT (Department of Transportation) physical, airmen or pilots who require to submit per AME (Aviation Medical Examiner) .
The Compliance Report Service is available at the CPAP Store Las Vegas. If you are not local, you can email the data from your SD memory card to support@CPAPstoreUSA.com. The turnaround time is 5 days on an average.
As for our local CPAPers & BiPAPers, the fee is $35.00 if the device was purchased from one of our stores. If not, no worries we’ve got you covered. The fee is $49.99 per report. You can pay online (buy now) and pick up the report the same day.
For additional questions please feel free to contact us at 888-512-7278 ext 2.
FAQ's for Compliance Report
A CPAP or BiPAP Compliance Report is the measurement of how much you use your CPAP equipment and if it is working for you. Either your insurance company may require compliance or the government agencies such as Medicare, DOT (Department of Transportation), or the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
The guideline for the compliance report is generally greater or equal to 4 hours per night on 70 percent of nights during a consecutive 30 days. In other words, you must be using your machine 4 hours a day for 70% of the nights. Think of the first 90 days of treatment as a “trial period”. What they look at is your usage after 31 days, but before the 90 day “trial period” ends. What they look for is 21 days of consecutive usage out of 30 days within the first 90 days of treatment.
greater or equal to 4 hours per night on 70 percent of nights during a consecutive 30 days
Your CPAP or BiPAP Machine records your sleeping data and this data can be provided to your employer, doctor, or insurance company to ensure compliance. Successful CPAP/ BiPAP Therapy is measured by the number of hours the device is used, time spent sleeping, apnea-hypopnea index (AHI), and leak rate.