From clinical testing perspective, what option(s) are most recognized/recommended by sleep health medical professionals?

Most common testing options

For most people identified by DROWZLE at increased risk for OSA, further testing can be accomplished by utilizing a HST (Home Sleep Test). HST is performed overnight in your home with a loaner device with sensors attached to your fingertip, chest and nostrils. HST generally costs around $300.

For a much smaller group of people, PSG (polysomnography) overnight testing may be needed in a sleep lab facility. PSG is reserved for those patients with other conditions or symptoms that require monitoring by a sleep technician within a sleep lab facility. These conditions include severe heart failure, chronic lung disease or seizure disorder. PSG generally costs $1000-3,000.