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Healthcare access and orchestration for leading health systems.

When you don’t have visibility to your health system’s resources, you cannot optimize access and care. Streamline your operations, improve patient and provider satisfaction, and predictably maximize your impact and mission with Central Logic.

When the storm passes, reopen the front door to your health system

Health systems—and administrators—are under tremendous operational pressure in the wake of the Coronavirus.

That’s why we deliver the expertise and technology to help our clients see—and utilize—their system’s full potential.

Rebuild service lines

Balance care mix & streamline care delivery

Manage labor & operating expenses

We’re driving better care and better performance

500%
Minimum ROI
125
Average staff hours recaptured each month
20%
Average patient
leakage reduction
29%
Average first-year
transfer volume increase

Read Gartner Report:
Put Patient Throughput and Capacity Management at the Center of Your Performance Improvement Plan

Here’s how we do it

We deliver strategic partnership and technology-enabled software that gives health systems
and their staff an enterprise-level view of every point of access within their system.
All backed by a risk-sharing agreement. Really.

Industry-leading expertise

  • We’re not software vendorswe’re leading experts in managing cultural change, driving operational efficiencies, and enabling strategic growth
  • Partnering with Central Logic means an ongoing relationship built around your system’s goals

Benchmarking & best practices

  • It’s impossible to measure growthor losswithout reliable benchmarks and metrics
  • Our approach starts with a comprehensive gap analysis to assess your system’s performance from top to bottom

Purpose-built software

  • Grounded in our expertise in developing the first software designed to manage the most complex patient transfers
  • Our platform is fully configurable and interoperable—we play nice with your existing vendors

Some of the systems
we’ve helped improve

System-wide success stories

How St. John’s provided quicker assistance for patients in need

Mercy Medical drives patient transfer volume with just one call solution

Increasing inbound and outbound transfer center calls by 106%

See it all

Drive the future of your system’s care delivery with visibility
that goes beyond the four walls of any one facility.

Read the latest from our blog

Healthcare Innovation: How Technology is Helping Arizona Healthcare Leaders Prepare for COVID-19 Surges

The Arizona Surge Line, a new service for hospitals launched by the Arizona Department of Health Services, has been created to ensure COVID-19 patients receive appropriate inpatient placement throughout the state. This new transfer center operation utilizes a...

Healthcare IT News: Arizona’s Trailblazing Surge Line

Setting aside their competitive inclinations, health systems in Arizona teamed up with public health leaders to launch a surge line, ensuring optimal, timely care for COVID-19 patients across the state. Central Logic is proud to have played a role in this historic...

Central Logic Selected to Help Orchestrate Care for All COVID-19 Patients in Arizona

As state prepares for patient surge, Regional Access Center is formed that will leverage technology, best practices and other solutions to unite all health systems and hospitals—ensuring patient access to beds, ventilators and care without delay.  SANDY, UTAH — April...

When Minutes Matter: How Technology Can Connect Patients To The Care They Need When They Need It

Written by Angie Franks, President & CEO, Central Logic Forbes — February, 2020 — In 2020, the youngest members of the baby boomer generation will be 56 years old. As this large generation ages, their chronic conditions, emergency department (ED) visits and...

In Healthcare, It’s Not About More Data — It’s About The Right Data

Written by Angie Franks, President & CEO, Central Logic Forbes — January, 2020 — Healthcare data is expected to grow at a rate of 36% per year through 2025, faster than industries such as manufacturing, financial services, and media and entertainment. This rapid...

What a Three-Hour Transfer Process With a Decompensating Patient Taught Me

Written by Darin Vercillo, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Central Logic Medical Economics — January, 2020 — If you have ever been on call for your local hospital, or have received calls about hospitalized patients in the middle of the night, you will likely relate to an...

Letter by Vercillo Regarding Article, “Use, Temporal Trends, and Outcomes of Endovascular Therapy After Interhospital Transfer in the United States”

A recent study published in the American Heart Associations’ journal Circulation identified a concerning trend: When patients diagnosed with a stroke need to be transferred from a community hospital to a specialty center for endovascular treatment (EVT—mechanical...

How To Identify Patient Retention And Leakage ‘Forks In The Road’ And Choose The Right Path

Patient leakage from a health system network is an emerging critical issue facing healthcare leaders. As Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements continue to negatively affect operating margins for even high-performing health systems, competition for privately insured...

How to Identify Patient Retention and Leakage ‘Forks in the Road’ and Choose the Right Path

Written by Angie Franks, President & CEO, Central Logic Health IT Outcomes— December, 2019 — Patient leakage from a health system network is an emerging critical issue facing healthcare leaders. As Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements continue to negatively...

Sure, Technology Investments Can Be Costly but What’s the Cost of Doing Nothing?

Inside Digital Health — November 26, 2019 — When looking to improve a health system’s financial performance, health system leaders need to focus on growth strategies, which can often be enabled by technology. Sure, investments in technology aren’t cheap, but what’s...

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