ST. LOUIS UNION STATION HOTEL
ST. LOUIS, MO
OCTOBER 14–16, 2020
CONFERENCE: OCTOBER 14-16, 2020
EXHIBIT HALL: OCTOBER 15-16, 2020
Sleep disorders are highly prevalent, have global implications and have significant impact on the health and well-being of individuals. The importance of personalized health care is being increasingly recognized, and sleep medicine has been partnering with the wellness industry to better address root causes of sleep disorders. This talk will review the epidemiology and prevalence of sleep disorders, review how sleep centers can partner with health clubs and share how to collaborate with other clinicians. Models of healthcare integration between health clubs and healthcare from both a health outcome and revenue stream will also be presented.
Associate Professor of Medicine, Medical Director, Rush Sleep Center, Section Director of Sleep Medicine, RUSH University Medical Center
Dr. Herdegen has board certifications in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine and is actively involved in clinical, teaching and research programs at the Rush Sleep Center, including studies on sleep apnea and insomnia and metabolic aspects of sleep apnea. Dr. Herdegen directly supervises the outpatient sleep clinics at the Rush University Medical Center, which provides care for more than 7000 patients peryear with diagnostic testing from the sleep laboratory and ambulatory sleep apnea screening performed more than 2400 studies per year. Dr. Herdegen has trained a number of board-certified sleep physicians and oversees the ambulatory sleep study program at Rush University Medical Center.