BabySat™ requires a prescription and is intended for babies 1-18 months and 6-30 lbs that could benefit from additional monitoring at home, under the supervision of a physician.
Some conditions or concerns that may indicate BabySat could be a good fit for your baby include:
- Chronic Lung Disease of Prematurity
- Apnea of Prematurity
- Obstructive Apnea
- Dependence on Supplemental Oxygen
- Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
- Single ventricle
- RSV Bronchiolitis
- Reactive Airway Disease
- Supraventricular Tachycardia
- Neuromuscular Disorders (e.g. Spinal muscular atrophy)
- Family history of SIDS
This list covers likely indications for a BabySat prescription, but is not exclusive. If these or similar items are relevant to you or your baby, you may request a prescription from your healthcare provider by following the simple steps below.
How to Get a Prescription for BabySat
Step 1: Talk to Your Provider
Schedule a visit with your pediatrician, family doctor, or pediatric specialist to discuss your infant's needs. Let them know why you believe BabySat is the right option for your baby, especially if your reason is related to the relevant conditions listed above.
Step 2: Be Prepared + Share Your Concerns
Bring any relevant information about your infant's health, such as medical records or test results. This helps, especially if you have a new relationship with a medical provider, and helps your doctor understand your baby's situation better.
Step 3: Get the Prescription
If your Doctor agrees BabySat is the right option, they will write a prescription for you.
Step 4: Get BabySat
Once you have your prescription, visit our BabySat page and click “I have a prescription”. You will be directed to our Medical Equipment partner, Adapt Health. Have your medical insurance card ready, and a form of government-issued ID for any verification process needed. Follow the prompts provided on the AdaptHealth site. You should expect that your prescription for BabySat will go through a prior authorization process with your insurance company. AdaptHealth will contact you regarding the outcome of that process and what options you have if BabySat is not covered. After your information and prescription have been validated by our partner, you should receive your product by mail in as soon as 48 hours. *Shipping times may vary.
Don’t have a diagnosis that qualifies for prescription?
If you have a healthy baby 1-18 months, 6-30 lbs and your physician does not believe a prescription is necessary, the first-of-its-kind FDA-cleared Owlet Dream Sock® smart baby monitor with Live Health Readings and Health Notifications is a great option for your baby. Dream Sock tracks live pulse rate and oxygen in infants and provides notifications when your baby needs your attention. Learn more here.
Coming Soon - Virtual Prescriptions
We are excited to be able to offer a virtual prescription option for BabySat in the near future - stay tuned for updates! Until then, you should talk to your pediatrician, family doctor, or pediatric specialist following the steps above.
Disclaimer: BabySat is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or other condition including, but not limited to, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and/or Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV).