SOURCE: SRG Technology

SRG Technology

August 18, 2015 10:03 ET

Meg Aranow Joins SRG Technology as Senior Vice President of Technology

Aranow to Help Guide Client Success Outcomes

BOSTON, MA and FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwired - Aug 18, 2015) - SRG Technology (SRGT), developer of cutting-edge software solutions designed to enable a continuous cycle of outcome improvements, announced today that Meg Aranow has joined SRGT's team as Senior Vice President of Technology. For the past 25 years, Aranow has been a healthcare IT leader and has worked extensively with leading healthcare providers, hospitals and government organizations. 

"Meg's extensive expertise working in healthcare and healthcare IT will add a wealth of knowledge and support to our team," said SRG Technology CEO, Neil Sterling. "She will be a tremendous asset to SRG Technology as we continue growing TopCare's population health management services. She brings invaluable experience to an already extraordinarily talented SRGT team."

In Aranow's former role as Senior Research Director with Health Care IT Advisor at The Advisory Board Company, she worked to deliver healthcare solutions to academic medical centers.  With a diverse background, Aranow has experience working with business intelligence and analytics; IT strategy and planning; clinical information systems; electronic medical records and CPOE; and vendor assessments.

Prior to joining The Advisory Board Company, she served as Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Boston Medical Center (BMC) and formerly held leadership positions at Partners Healthcare and Brigham and Women's Hospital. In 2009, she was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick to the Healthcare IT Council for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which oversees the Commonwealth's development of a Regional Extension Center (REC) and Health Information Exchange (HIE).

"SRG Technology is a healthcare technology leader and I am eager to help drive their initiative in the major healthcare centers in Boston and on a national level," said Aranow. "As more and more healthcare facilities are struggling to implement population health management, it will definitely be exciting to bring TopCare to the forefront as the premier solution."

In 2012, Partners Healthcare selected TopCare as their enterprise Population Health Management solution utilizing SRG Technology's Blender™ software framework. TopCare Powered by Blender™ is deployed in Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, the two founding hospitals of Partners Healthcare. SRG is now well positioned to take TopCare to the national stage.

Meg Aranow holds a Bachelor's degree from Wheaton College and a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University.

About SRG Technology
Founded in 2007, SRG Technology developed Blender™ -- a suite of cutting-edge software solutions designed to drive performance improvements through enhanced data collection and analysis; personalized recommendations; and the creation of individualized action plans. In collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital's Lab of Computer Science (MGH-LCS), SRG Technology has entered the arena of Population Health Management with TopCare Powered by Blender™. 

SRG Technology is focused on elevating performance, increasing productivity and ultimately improving end-user outcomes in Education, with BlenderLearn™, Healthcare, with TopCare Powered by Blender™, Maritime Security, with MASS™ (Maritime Alert Security System), and Pregnancy and Early Childhood Parenting Education, with Parentivity™.

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