Tech Tuesday: Charlton Slaughter

  Meet: Charlton Slaughter Design Team Manager     Tell us about your role at SRGT? I have been Design Team Manager at SRGT for the last three years, but my background is in web development and design for the last 15 years, and one of the last places I...

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Tech Team Tuesday: Kiran Jupudi

Meet: Kiran Jupudi VP of Product Architecture   Describe your role at SRGT? I represent 35-plus development team members in Hyderabad, India. As the VP of Product Architecture, I work to envision a solution that bridges technology and SRGT’s strategic vision with whatever market problem we are trying...

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Tech Team Tuesday: Terri Hamilton

  MEET: Terri Hamilton Quality Assurance Manager   Describe your role at SRGT? As a Quality Assurance Manager, I report to the Senior Vice President of Technology, Meg Aranow. It is my responsibility to ensure quality products are delivered to our clients. In order to do this I must work...

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Thank you, Veterans

SRG Technology Honors America’s 98th Veterans Day   America is a nation founded on principles of honor and courage. Nowhere is that more evident than in our yearly celebration of our Veterans. Every November 11, we give thanks to those who have served and currently serve in...

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Get Out and Vote This Election Day

SRG Technology is committed to encouraging all Americans to personalize their election experience and Get Out and Vote   Every four years, the American people can cast a ballot to select who he or she wants as the President of the United States. This year falling on...

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Opioid Crisis: Can Population Health Management Help?

National Health IT Week brings attention to the Opioid Epidemic and how Health IT can help.    The recent loss of pop music star Prince drew worldwide attention to opioid addiction and overdose. But it doesn’t tell the true story of the opioid epidemic. Roughly 38 Americans...

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What is International Literacy Day?

SRG Technology promotes the importance of Health Literacy on International Literacy Day.    Every September 8, the United Nations celebrates International Literacy Day, a day to raise awareness of issues caused by illiteracy around the world. One of those key issues is health. “The United Nations Educational,...

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Study Analyzes Patient Navigation to Improve Cancer Screenings Using TopCare at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Primary Care Network

“Patient Navigator for Comprehensive Cancer Screening in High-Risk Patients Using a Population-Based Health Information Technology System: A Randomized Clinical Trial” Published in July Edition of Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine.   SRG Technology, developer of cutting-edge data -collection and analysis solutions designed to drive...

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Know the Facts of Donating Blood on World Blood Donor Day

SRG Technology recognizes the importance of donating blood to save lives.    Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood[1].   And while an estimated 38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to donate blood, less than 10 percent do. To bring awareness to the constant,...

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How to make your summer healthy, safe and FUN!

SRG Technology Wants Kids to Stay Healthy and Happy This Summer   Ahhhh, summer! School is out, the days are long and kids have more time on their hands. Many parents don’t have the time or money to send their kids to camp, and even with the...

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National Cancer Survivors Day

SRGT Honors the Courage and Strength of Cancer Survivors   Cancer affects all of us, whether directly or indirectly. From those who have been diagnosed to those who have friends and families battling the disease, the fight against cancer can seem overwhelming emotionally, physically and financially.   June 5,...

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How May Reminds Us To Keep Our Levels Down

SRGT Honors the 42nd Annual National High Blood Pressure Education Month.   At least 1 in 3 American adults has high blood pressure. That statistic is staggering and why, beginning in 1974, May was designated “National High Blood Pressure Education Month” by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute...

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