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The 4 Most Sleep-Deprived Industries in America

November 2, 2017

Today, roughly half of American workers report having trouble sleeping. While this group includes people who experience difficulty getting to sleep and staying asleep, many Americans simply haven’t made enough time in their schedules to get the daily recommended 8 hours of sleep. Regardless of the cause, adults who get less than 7 hours of […]

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5 Ways to Stay Calm and Rested During the Holidays

December 22, 2017

The following article was co-written by Joe Burton and Dr. Jeffrey Durmer Ah, the holidays. Most of us live for them and count down the days to the end of the year. But they’re also incredibly stressful with the family reunions, lack of parking at shopping malls and jam-packed highways and airports; not to mention trying to […]

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New eBook: The Value-Based Approach for Improving Sleep

October 19, 2017

Employers have turned to wellbeing initiatives in part, to help preempt rising healthcare costs, boost productivity and enhance individual resilience and corporate culture. While laudable, these measures have yet to stem the tide of healthcare spending. Many employers and wellness providers are now realizing the need to provide for perhaps the single most important component […]

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Latest Studies Find More American Workers At Risk for Sleep-Related Disease

June 15, 2017

Three new abstracts presented recently about sleep deprivation in adults at the SLEEP 2017 research conference in Boston, Massachusetts shed light on novel associations between poor sleep and serious disease in a modern American population. These new results from sleep disorder studies indicate that sleep’s impact on the average American’s quality of life, healthcare costs […]

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A New Way to Deliver Sleep Healthcare

May 20, 2017

Despite recent advances in sleep health therapies, the current healthcare system fails at least 90% of people with sleep conditions who could benefit from clinical intervention, which is why sleep healthcare is becoming a necessity. Under the traditional Fee-For-Service healthcare model, no single provider is responsible for ensuring a clinically acceptable outcome. Due to limited […]

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Truck Drivers Can Expect More Sleep Apnea Rules

May 16, 2017

Image and article courtesy of May 16, 2017. FusionHealth’s Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder, Dr. Jeffrey Durmer, weighs in on the controversy surrounding rapidly expanding truck driver sleep apnea testing programs in a recent article on sleep apnea available at The 2016 safety regulations for truck drivers by the FMCSA’s Medical Review Board […]

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North Fulton Doctor Helps Falcons, Big Companies Improve Sleep

May 3, 2017

Image and article courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution April 27, 2017. FusionHealth’s Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder, Dr. Jeffrey Durmer, was recently featured by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a piece focused on Dr. Durmer’s work as a sleep performance physician for the NFC-champion Atlanta Falcons. While a majority of athletes and coaches have come to […]

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