The UGM is an opportunity for our customers to share best practices and discuss goals, challenges, and expectations for the coming year with STC partners.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) June 21, 2011
Scientific Technologies Corporation (STC), the nation’s leading public health IT firm, will be hosting its 9th Annual User Group Meeting (UGM) this week at the Arizona Biltmore in Scottsdale. STC develops and maintains state immunization registry solutions and this weeklong event allows public health leaders from all over the country the opportunity to come together and discuss best practices. Event topics will include public health outcomes, innovation, funding opportunities, interoperability, and meaningful use.
STC has complied a captivating agenda for its weeklong event. Deborah Allwes, Director of STC’s Public Health Practice, will be leading a session on public health outcomes, while STC Vice President and Managing Partner Mike Garcia will be covering many topics including registry updates, interoperability, funding opportunities, and meaningful use. Pennsylvania Immunization Registry Administrator Frank Caniglia and STC’s Janet Balog will be discussing registry interfaces while syndicated columnist and renowned author Dale Dauten will be leading a session on the culture of innovation.
STC CEO Mike Popovich says, “The UGM is an opportunity for our customers to share best practices and discuss goals, challenges, and expectations for the coming year with STC partners. It’s also a chance for our customers to provide one-on-one input to our development team and to collaborate with peers to set the direction of our joint public health efforts for 2011 and beyond.”
With a national emphasis on health information technology modernizations and outcomes, STC demonstrates the value-added benefits of applied health IT to real world problems. STC values the participation of its clients at this event so they can work together to protect and improve the health of communities. Together, STC and its clients work to set the bar across the country for policy makers to measure others against.
STC is widely recognized as a leading public health informatics company in the U.S. Their products and services play a key role in protecting the public from diseases. STC leverages more than twenty years of experience in developing solutions important to addressing and solving critical public health issues. STC is committed to improving public health through the applied use of population health data collected through modernized information systems. Their staff is a unique blend of public health specialists and applied information system developers who come together to create cost effective public health technology solutions. STC continually shows its clients the value of investing in public health information exchange through high quality service, innovative software solutions, and population-based outcomes. STC delivers and installs quality products and services in a timely and efficient manner.
To learn more about STC, please refer to the attached documentation, which outlines STC’s immunization registry expertise. If you would like additional information about any of STC’s products and solutions, visit the all new stchome.com or contact: Todd Commyn, STC Director of Sales and Marketing 520.202.3333