Achieving American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) accreditation demonstrates a sleep medicine provider’s commitment to high quality, patient-centered care through adherence to the AASM Standards for Accreditation. AASM accreditation is voluntary and exhibits the facility’s dedication to the practice of sleep medicine.
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Types of Accreditation
Submit your accreditation application to AASM
AASM reviews your application within 4-6 weeks of submission
AASM Board-certified sleep specialist site visit
BOARD OF DIRECTORS REVIEW
AASM Board of Directors Reviews Application
Additional Support Services
AASM offers a variety of services that help to fulfill accreditation requirements, click below to learn more.
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AASM expedited accreditation program is helping sleep facilities comply with revised Medicare policies
The expedited accreditation program recently introduced by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has generated a surge in accreditation applications and is successfully helping sleep facilities comply with recent changes to Medicare coverage policies for sleep studies.
AASM now offering expedited accreditation for sleep facilities impacted by revised Medicare policies
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has created a new program that will expedite accreditation applications for sleep facilities impacted by recent changes to Medicare coverage policies for sleep studies.
This week Medicare contractor Noridian Healthcare Services LLC announced revisions to its local coverage determination (LCD) policy for polysomnography and other sleep studies for Jurisdiction E (L36861) and Jurisdiction F (L34040), affecting sleep facilities in 13 states. By June 5, 2017, these sleep facilities must have sleep-specific accreditation to be eligible for coverage.