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Specialists On Call Wins 2010 Innovations in Healthcare ABBY Award
Date:5/4/2010

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Specialists On Call, Inc. (SOC), the country's leading private provider of specialty physician consultations via telemedicine, announced today that they have earned the Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization's 2010 Innovations in Healthcare ABBY Award.  SOC won in the Innovative Approach to the Delivery of Healthcare category for their 24/7 teleneurology service that provides immediate access to neurologists for urban, suburban and rural hospitals nationwide.

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Specialists On Call's CEO, Dr. Joe Peterson, remarked, "We're honored to receive the ABBY Award for our work at SOC.  We're passionate about what we do and proud of the impact we're making on healthcare.  To date, we've provided over 15,000 critical patients with access to the specialty physicians who can help them and we're inspired by a growing number of patient stories every day.  We thank the ABL for this recognition and look forward to serving over 10,000 patients this year alone."

Specialists On Call was honored at the ABL Organization's 12th Annual Innovations in Healthcare Awards Event on April 28 in Newport Beach, California.  The event recognized companies that are lowering the cost of quality healthcare and drew top executives from healthcare providers, information, medical and bio-technology, wellness and professional services companies.  SOC won their category in the national competition after presenting the clinical and financial benefits of their teleneurology service.

For over 25 years, the Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization has been the proven fast track for healthcare and technology CEO's to grow successful companies.  The ABL's advisory-board approach provides a network of peers and expert resources to test business strategies, exchange ideas and leverage the collective wisdom of other healthcare and technology corporations in order to build smarter companies.

Specialists On Call is a cost-effective solution to the specialty physician shortage.  SOC provides urban, suburban and critical access hospitals nationwide with immediate 24/7 access to highly trained specialty physicians.  With operational bases on both coasts of the country, SOC is the first privately funded national teleneurology provider to earn The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.  For more information contact Clark Wells at wells@soctelemed.com or (866) 483-9690.


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