How much does a sleep study cost? (Prices and Rates)

At Sound Sleep Health, we provide a full range of sleep testing services, including CPAP titration studies, home sleep testing, multiple sleep latency tests, maintenance of wakefulness testing, PAP naps, EEG diagnostics, and actigraphy.

Regardless of your insurance status, you are encouraged to ask questions about medical pricing related to the sleep testing procedures we perform.

We believe our patients deserve transparency about the costs associated with sleep testing at our facilities. Our sleep medicine teams provide excellent service at an affordable rate and we are proud to be competitive with other providers in the Seattle area.

As you review our pricing, please remember that your individual insurance coverage (whether through a private insurer, insurance pool, or Medicare/Medicaid) may vary with regard to reimbursements for sleep studies, sleep specialist fees, and equipment. To know just what your insurance carrier will cover, you will need to consult your policy or call them directly.

Here's the breakdown of our pricing for sleep tests for adults, which are administered at all of our Sound Sleep Health locations:

Nocturnal Polysomnography (NPSG) - CPT #95810
$1300
($1000 of this amount covers the technologist's services; Dr. Mazeika bills for interpretation at $300) 

Split Night Study or CPAP Titration Study - CPT #95811
$1400
($1100 of this amount covers the technologist's services; Dr. Mazeika bills for interpretation at $300) 

Home Sleep Test (HST) - CPT #95806
$450

Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) - CPT #95805
$850

Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT) - CPT #95805 
$850

PAP Nap - CPT #95807-52 
$750

EEG Diagnostics - CPT #95816/95819
$600/$800

Cash price: We offer cash prices for patients needing to bypass insurance:

Note: Cash transactions of $200 or less must be paid in full at time of service; cash transactions of more than $200 require 50 percent deposit at time of service. 


 

If you have any further questions about our prices or pay schedules, or would like to know which insurance carriers we are in network and contract with, feel free to contact us at Sound Sleep Health today at one of our three convenient locations in the Puget Sound area (Seattle, Kirkland, Northgate)

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