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On Call Central handles millions of calls annually for medical practices in nearly every specialty. Below are the personal accounts of our users, and the results they have seen with On Call Central.

Family Practice Associates of Lexington

As one of the largest independently owned primary care groups in Central Kentucky, Family Practice Associates of Lexington has been a leader care delivery and practice management for many years. The practice, consisting of 9 physicians 2 mid-level providers, and one licensed family therapist, was an early adopter electronic health records—implementing these information systems more than a decade before most of its peers. Family Practice Associates’ expertise and willingness to embrace technological change has allowed it to become one of the only Level II Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) in Lexington, Kentucky. Download this On Call Central case study to learn how Family Practice Associates modernized the manner in which they handle after hours patient calls, and how they used their improved process to help secure Level II PCMH recognition.

Alaska Ear, Nose & Throat

Jerome List, D.D.S., M.D. is not your average ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist. He’s also an experienced oral surgeon who speaks English, Spanish and Russian. Dr. List is a solo physician in private practice at Alaska Ear, Nose & Throat, Inc. where he delivers medical services related to the head and neck. He is an active member of the Board of Directors for the Alaska EHR Alliance and a member of the Alaska State Medical Association Information and Technology committee. For Dr. List, keeping patients safe while protecting their privacy has always been a priority. While his electronic health record (EHR) system provides strong documentation, Dr. Lists’ after-hours answering service was a gap in his otherwise safe and secure medical practice. Until he found On Call Central. “After using On Call Central,” Dr. List states, “I would never in a million years go back to a live answering service. It’s a very innovative tool, and the people behind the product are extremely responsive.”

Advanced Spine & Pain

Many orthopedic surgeons are satisfied to simply finish residency and obtain board certification. Thomas J. Raley, M.D. took his training a bit further, pursuing a fellowship in spinal surgery and pain management. That drive and training, along with physician assistants, physical therapists, and other trained staff allow the surgeon to offer truly comprehensive care. Advanced Spine and Pain (ASAP) is a multidisciplinary practice that provides total spine care, including minimally invasive surgery, directed physical therapy, interventional pain management, and the latest in spinal surgery procedures. In order to deliver advanced, comprehensive care to a large patient population, Dr. Raley needs to have the logistics of his practice running smoothly. Since the surgeon currently takes all of his own call, an efficient and accurate answering system is not just important—it is essential. See how On Call Central helped ASAP improve the efficiency of after hours coverage.

Alaska Urology

Since its inception 15 years ago, Alpine Urology has been a leader in surgical innovation. The group boasts Alaska’s only board-certified pediatric urologist, M. David Bomalaski, M.D., FAAP. In addition to broad expertise in managing a variety of urological conditions, they have been early adopters and proficient users of the latest surgical techniques. Among the many modern procedures offered by the group are no-scalpel vasectomy, and Greenlight laser treatment. Moreover, Alaska Urology is one of the few practice groups in Alaska to provide robot-assisted laparoscopic with the DaVinci surgical system, a state-of-the-art system that delivers unprecedented control and superior outcomes.

As leaders in urological surgical innovation, Alaska Urology is also keeping on top of advances in practice management. What good is the having the skills to deliver the latest surgical treatment if you cannot coordinate patient care? Thus, to keep pace with a changing practice environment, Alaska Urology has been moving toward implementing an electronic health record and an automated appointment reminder system. They employ the services of the medical management firm MedMan to keep their practice as efficient and patient-friendly as possible.

Alaska Women's Health

Just because Alaska Women’s Health, PC is one of the oldest OB/GYN practice groups in Anchorage, doesn’t mean the group does not know how to change with the times. The practice, which specializes in obstetrics, gynecology, urogynecology and infertility, realized the benefits of using an electronic health record to expedite and improve patient care. Alaska Women’s Health is in the midst of implementing the Greenway EMR into their practice. While moving to an EMR hasn’t always been easy for the group, the move is slowly paying off. In their move to reduce paperwork and improve efficiency, Alaska Women’s Health realized that they needed to improve the way they managed overnight calls. Administrative Director Cindy Alkire, RN, began looking for alternatives to the practice’s live answering service. See how On Call Central has paid off for Alaska Women’s Health.

Central Kentucky Anesthesia

Central Kentucky Anesthesia has become one of Lexington, Kentucky’s premier anesthesia practices. While the practice offers a variety of services, they specialize in providing anesthesia and pain management services for patients undergoing orthopaedic procedures, everything from fractures to total joint replacements. Central Kentucky Anesthesia boasts 13 anesthesiologists and 25 certified registered nurse anesthetists. If you live in central Kentucky and need an orthopaedic procedure, chances are that one of the professionals at Central Kentucky Anesthesia will expertly provide anesthesia and post-operative pain-management.