Ft. Laluderdale, FL (PRWEB)
SRG Technology (SRGT) will attend HIMSS 2014, the Health Care industry’s largest conference, from
TopCare powered by Blender, an enterprise IT approach to patient care, answers the 2014 theme with leading-edge Population Health Management (PHM) targeting outcomes and improvements for specific populations of patients and closing the gap between optimal and actual care. The system is now in use at partner and co-developer
In Booth #8455, HIMSS 2014 attendees will view the PHM system in action and speak with
SRGT Conference Events - All in Booth 8455:
TopTalks - "Results Worth Sharing"
Hear about the results achieved at one of the nation's leading Pioneer ACOs.
Free Blended Drinks
SRGT participates via HIMS14 ONLINE. Meet you there!
Follow #TopCare, #HIMSS14 and @srgtechnology on Twitter.
LIKE and follow us on Facebook – #BlenderHealth and #TopCare.
ABOUT SRG TECHNOLOGY
SRG Technology (SRGT) is a software development company founded in 2007 and based in
SRG Technology is driven by a mission to improve the effectiveness of every administrator, practitioner, teacher, student and patient through access to technology, better use of information and the ability to individualize the approach to treatment, and to teaching and learning. Created by health care and education professionals for health care and education professionals, BlenderTM provides the solutions to suit the mission. Key applications of Blender in health care are a Population Management System, a 5-Star Rating System, an Accountable Care System and a Patient Centered Medical Home application.
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