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Sleep Apnea Devices: The Changing Of The Guard

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

The current specialty-dominated care paradigm for sleep apnea can't scale-up to meet the demands of an enormous and serious chronic disease. New companies help move diagnosis and treatment to the physicians that see patients first.

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