2023 Financial Disclosure

AASM Compliance with the Council of Medical Specialty Societies Code for Interactions with Companies

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) Board of Directors adopted the Council of Medical Specialty Societies Code for Interactions with Companies (CMSS Code) in January 2023. The CMSS Code Standard 2.2 states:

“Societies will disclose Company support (at a minimum Educational Grants, Corporate Sponsorships, Charitable Contributions, and support of Research Grants), making this information available to their members and the public.”

In compliance with the CMSS Code, AASM is pleased to disclose annually all financial and in-kind relationships with companies that support or participate in AASM activities, which helps make what we do possible. Below, please find disclosures for the period of January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023. Companies are listed alphabetically by level.

AASM Educational Events


$13,000 to $26,999:

  • Avadel Pharmaceuticals, Harmony Biosciences

$6,000 to $12,999:

  • EnsoData, Inspire Medical, Jazz Pharmaceuticals

$1 to $5,999:

  • 1st Provider’s Choice, Acurable, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Axsome, Belun Technology, BetterNight, Bryggs Medica, Cadwell, Cerebra, CleveMed, Elsevier, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, General Sleep, Hypnoscure, Idorsia, Lilly, MonitAir, MVAP Medical Supplies, Nox Medical, Onera, Pad A Cheek, ProSomnus, RCS Unlimited, ReactHealth, ResMed, Sentec, Signifier Medical Technologies, Sleep Image, SleepRes, SomnoMed, Somnoware, Sunrise, ZOLL

AASM 2023 Industry Engagement Program:


  • Avadel Pharmaceuticals, Idorsia, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Zoll


  • Harmony Biosciences, Inspire Medical Systems, Lilly, Nox Medical


  • Eisai


  • Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

AASM Publications (JCSM, Montage, Insider, SmartBrief, Podcast) Advertising Revenue:


  • Jazz Pharmaceuticals

50,000 to $99,999:

  • Harmony Biosciences

$21,000 to $49,999:

  • Agiliti Health

$11,000 to $20,999:

  • Inspire Medical Systems, Wesper

$1 to $10,999:

  • Nox Medical, Takeda

In Kind (Non-Monetary) Support (such as loan of equipment used in hands-on learning courses planned and controlled by the AASM):

  • Fisher & Paykel, Inspire Medical Systems, Neurovirtual, Nox Medical, Philips, ResMed, ZOLL

All questions about the AASM’s interactions with industry should be directed to Chris Waring, Senior Director.