Find an Accredited Sleep Center
You can find an AASM-accredited member sleep center near you by using the searchable directory on the SleepEducation.org website.
- Substantial updates to the AASM Standards for Accreditation were released in June 2016, with an emphasis on safety, patient-centered care and long-term disease management. As of November 2016, a minor change was made to clarify that only diagnoses based upon the interpretation of a sleep study
must be reviewed by an individual who is board-certified in sleep medicine (Standard F-8 of the Standards for Accreditation and Standard F-2 of the Independent Sleep Practice Standards for Accreditation). By July 1, 2017
, all AASM-accredited facilities must show compliance with the updated 2016 standards by completing a reaccreditation application (if applicable) or submitting a signed attestation.
2016 AASM Standards for Accreditation Attestation (Online form)
2016 AASM Standards for Accreditation Attestation
Standards for Accreditation
As of Jan. 1, 2017, the AASM is only accepting accreditation and reaccreditation applications corresponding to the updated 2016 Standards for Accreditation. Unsubmitted applications opened under the 2014 standards have been converted automatically to the 2016 standards.
Standards for Accreditation (Updated 2016)
Independent Sleep Practice Standards for Accreditation (Updated 2016)
2016 Accreditation Standards: At-a-Glance Changes