Scientific Technologies Corporation (STC) started out as a small public health technology and consulting firm has now grown into an organization with clients from across the country. Marking this growth and expansion, the company announced the release of its first ever Annual Report detailing its journey as a leading provider of products and solutions within the field of immunizations, surveillance, management of epidemic outbreaks and public health assessment. The company also offers feasibility studies, and interoperability studies within the area of public health.
In a release, STC CEO Mike Popovich said, “2011 was selected as the year of evolution and transition within STC. We grew our staff and expertise nearly 20 percent. We invested in research and development to create state-of-the-art public health products using smartphone and tablet technology. We synergized a complete public health practice team of highly competent degreed and experienced professionals to focus on a single goal: use the extensive data in our client's systems to impact Outcomes. We created a team, a process and new tools to facilitate the electronic exchange of immunization records which support meaningful use and health information exchanges.”
The focus on development of national health information technology solutions and their outcomes has been gaining precedence over the years. In this regards, STC highlights the importance and use of value-added benefits delivered by applied health IT solutions when introduced within real world scenarios. The company encourages its clients to take an active part in collaborating over both protecting and enhancing the health of communities.
All through 2011, STC focused its efforts in heralding in a new era in public health information while ensuring that public health professionals were effectively empowered to address and minimize the impact of disease within communities. 2012 will see STC set to harness investment opportunities within the public health information technology sector. Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for HealthTechZone. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves