WE CAN HELP!
New! Breathe Easier Assessment - Available to improve the quality of your life
If any of these symptoms are preventing you from doing what you want or used to do, call us today.
- Daytime sleepiness or tiredness.
- Shortness of breath.
- A tight feeling in the chest when taking a breath.
- Chronic cough that brings up mucus or phlegm... and never seems to stop.
- Snoring that affects your sleep or keeps your partner awake.
It's time you got back to doing what you used to do... before breathing problems got in the way. A simple, non-invasive and painless Breathe Easier Assessment can help. All Breathe Easier assessments are performed with a state-of-the art spirometer (to measure your lung function) and pulse oximeter (to gauge your blood oxygen levels). The accurate, detailed information provided will enable you and your doctor to develop a treatment plan that improves your quality of life.
Call today, because nothing else seems to matter when you can't breathe.
The Breathe Easier Assessment is currently available in:
Austin (TX), Atlanta (GA), Los Angeles (CA), St. Louis (MO), and Largo/Tampa Area (FL)
Take action to reduce progression of breathing difficulty. Our health partners are here to help:
INTERVENT - Weight Loss & Smoking Cessation
INTERVENT, a leading health management company, provides proven, affordable and convenient telephonic health coaching programs for weight loss and/or smoking cessation.
Start Losing Weight Right Away – Have you been frustrated with your previous attempts at weight loss? Your INTERVENT health coach will help you begin to lose weight immediately – within the first few days for most people. If you have a significant amount of weight to lose, you may lose three or more pounds per week when getting started. This could be the ultimate solution to your weight loss struggles and help you breathe easier.
Give Up Cigarettes for Good – Most smokers say they want to quit and many have tried. Your INTERVENT health coach will help you develop a plan to quit – this time for good. You’ll start by learning about your habit. The INTERVENT program includes stress management and physical activity to help deal with nicotine withdrawal and healthy eating tips to avoid gaining weight. Because the approach is comprehensive, the INTERVENT success rate is higher than for other programs. Giving up cigarettes for good won’t be easy, but you can do it with the support of an INTERVENT health coach. You can breathe easier, sleep well and feel better.
To Learn More – Call INTERVENT at 855-494-1093
Or visit their website: http://www.interventhealth.com
CleveMed - Sleep Apnea
Cleveland Medical Devices Inc. is a technology provider of high quality innovative monitoring solutions to diagnose patients with sleep apnea in the home. It is a simple two-step process:
1) a telemedicine one-on-one consult with a sleep physician, and 2) sleep test that will be done in the comfort of your home. Diagnosis is done by a sleep specialist physician licensed in your state. The cost is almost one fourth of in-lab testing.
If you opt to pay through insurance, CleveMed can refer you to local providers that offer home sleep testing.
Take action today to have a diagnostic test done.
To Learn More - Visit their website: http://www.clevemed.com
Oncimmune - Early Cancer Detection
A simple blood test to aid in the risk assessment & early detection of lung cancer. The 5-year survival rate for lung cancer is only 17.4%. As NCI data show, when found early, the 5-year survival rate for lung cancer more than triples to 55% and if found in Stage 1, studies have shown the 5-year survival rate is as high as 90%.
Annual low-dose CT scanning (LDCT) is now an approved method of lung cancer screening in the US with associated reimbursement. BUT only if you meet the strict criteria published by the US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF): age 55-80, current or ex-smoker (cessation within 15 years) and ≥30 pack year history*. EarlyCDT-Lung can be used when a patient is at increased risk of lung cancer but does not meet the criteria for annual CT screening and for patients unwilling or unable to commit to annual CT scans.
Who Should Take The Test?
EarlyCDT-Lung is recommended for high-risk patients– those who are at risk of lung cancer due to a combination of age, gender, smoking history and other risk factors such as those with a history of emphysema/COPD, first degree relative family history, or environmental exposures (radon, dust, asbestos, radioactive substances). The patient should be ≥50 years old with ≥20 pack-years smoking history, or 40-49 years old with ≥20 pack-years smoking history, plus at least 1 additional risk factor(s) (as above) and have no previous history of any type of cancer (exception: basal cell carcinoma).
Is the Test Covered by Insurance?
Claims are sent to Medicare and private health insurers and will be submitted by the test provider.
How Can I Take The Test?
To learn more please contact Oncimmune Client Services at 1-888-583-9030 or visit: www.oncimmune.com
* A pack year is # of packs smoked per day times # of years; example 2 packs per day times 10 years would be 20 pack years smoking history.