corporate Wellness

If your employees are like the rest of the US population, they may be sleep deprived, exhausted, and irritable. We can help.

the benefits of an employee sleep program

Sleep is the third pillar of health with nutrition and exercise.  Proper sleep improves productivity, increases morale, and reduces healthcare costs for employers. 


sleep disorders are common

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), more than 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep-related disorder, and fatigue resulting from sleep deprivation cost US employers about $136 billion in - $1,200 to $3,100 per employee - health-related productivity loss every year.

Rosekind MR, Gregory KB, Mallis MM, Brandt SL, Seal B, Lerner D. The cost of poor sleep:workplace productivity loss and associated costs. J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52(1):91-98.1

increase employee productivity

Mounting evidence suggests that a good night's sleep seriously boosts productivity. One study of 4,188 U.S. workers found "significantly worse productivity, performance, and safety outcomes" among those who slept less, and estimated a $1,967 loss in productivity per worker due to poor sleep.

Rosekind MR, Gregory KB, Mallis MM, Brandt SL, Seal B, Lerner D. The cost of poor sleep:workplace productivity loss and associated costs. J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52(1):91-98.1

increase physical & mental health

Sleep makes you feel better, but science is recognizing its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood.  Studies show 15-20 percent of people who are dealing with insomnia (an inability to fall asleep) go on to develop serious mental depression. Untreated Sleep Apnea results in increased risk of hypertension, heart disease and stroke. Healthy sleep can have a profound and lasting positive health impact.

Rosekind,Mark R. PhD; Gregory, Kevin B. BS; Mallis, Melissa M. PhD; Brandt, Summer L.MA; Seal, Brian PhD; Lerner, Debra PhD The Cost of Poor Sleep: Workplace Productivity Loss and Associated Costs, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: January 2010 - Volume 52 - Issue 1 - p 91-982

reduced healthcare costs

Untreated sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep apnea, can profoundly increase healthcare expenditures. A well designed sleep health program can result in both direct and immediate savings, as well as indirect savings as employee health improves. The annual estimated US cost burden of untreated sleep apnea alone is estimated at 149 billion per year!


provides a Unique and valuable benefit to employees

An increasing number of employers are recognizing the value of an employee sleep program. Your employees sleep health matters. By signing up for the SleepMedRx sleep health management program you can show them you recognize the critical importance of healthy sleep.

how we can help

Contact us today to help your employees sleep better and live their best life yet.  We provide an effortless rollout, national footprint, and interactive tools to provide comprehensive sleep disorder management.  The investment will pay dividends with productivity and employee morale!  SleepMedRX - A Better Sleep Solution!

effortless rollout

National Virtual Network

Comprehensive Sleep Assessment

High Employee Engagement

meaningful sleep insights

state of the art testing and treatment

What People are saying

I have partnered with SleepMedRx and VirtuOx on several clinical studies, and found their data platform capabilities and support infrastructure to be excellent. They worked closely with us on customizing specific data reports we desired, as well as providing relevant clinical insight and operational excellence
Conor Heneghan, PhD
Director of Research Algorithms
SleepMedRx is redefining the virtual care experience for sleep medicine in all (50) states. Their team of experienced, board certified sleep physicians and nurse practitioners deliver empathetic, convenient care in the comfort and privacy of the patient’s home.
Mike K.