So, you have a variety of ways to get a rough idea of the number of nightly vs. non-vs. no-vs. hrs of NOAH, but if you really care about any of those factors, you need to look at the DreamStation Details for each night. All access to the details is via Care Orchestrator Essence.
The first major difference is that Philips Respironics has taken the "OMNICONE Settings" from the System Pro and System BiPAP machines (DreamStation Pro, and DreamStation BiPAP, respectively) and made it available system wide. From now on, System One, Two, Three, and Four can use the ODC. If the ODC is purchased, then that machine will go back into the ODC system and the ODC will no longer function as a stand alone module. All control of the ODC can be done from any machine on the system.
BUT, the most significant change is that Philips Respironics has taken the original verses intended as an isolated release and reworked them into a full system release. The results are significant. Previously, if you wanted to use the Care Orchestrator module and two streams of data, you needed two separate CPAP machines. Now, you can read any CPAP sleep results on any system.
This change alone will reduce the support headaches. However, it will also increase the issue of compliance. Using any machine for initial CPAP trials and then switching to a different machine for long term use. If the initial machine is "borrowed', is compliant? Could that machine be the one your company puts into "normal use" for the rest of the year? d2c66b5586