I read in another thread on this forum that Inspire was having more success in recent quarters and I want to agree up to a point.
Sales are better and we are hiring but market access is still our biggest barrier. Yes more payers are covering the procedure but the time and effort it takes to get the approval leaves many patients falling off. The patients do not want to deal with waiting 3 or 4 months and 3 levels of approval to get it done.
I've been around this problem before and ultimately a bigger company has to be the one to buy Inspire because they have the resources and political clout to fight these barriers. I am proud of the recent success though.