From June 29 through July 1, 2021, immunization intelligence leader STChealth made a proud return to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) 360 virtual conference. At the focal point of this year’s NACCHO showcase were the ways in which health information technology systems utilize standards to support interoperability that enables healthcare providers and public health departments to send, receive, exchange, and use secure data—as well as the organizations that make this possible.
Highlighted in STChealth’s exhibit was the organization’s advances in interoperability—the electronic sharing of COVID-19 immunization status between organizations and consumers. STChealth’s dedication to interoperability has made personalized care and effective population health management possible through STChealth’s gamut of products and technology services. The STChealth Provider Network alone connects 54,000 immunization providers nationwide to 56 immunization registries—providing bi-directional connection integrated into a provider or pharmacist’s workflow wherever possible.
STC is transforming how public and private healthcare professionals do business with the design, development and delivery of innovative technology solutions. By connecting the healthcare ecosystem and using data to inform decisions, STChealth builds a healthier future. For the past 30 years, the organization has worked with partners in state government and private industry to improve public health and immunization rates.
For more information about STChealth, visit stchealth.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about NACCHO can be found at naccho.org.