End Point booth at CSTE 2022 conference
Converging on Kentucky
We are excited to announce that End Point will be attending the CSTE (Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists) conference in less than two weeks!
We will be running a booth during the 3-day conference in Louisville, Kentucky from Monday, June 20 through Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Our crew is scheduled to include Steve Yoman, Linda King, Ben Goldstein, and me.
Please come visit us in booth #35 to learn more about the EpiTrax Disease Surveillance System and EMSA (Electronic Message Staging Area). Now is the time for public health entities to turn to modern systems to perform disease surveillance, automate the ingestion of electronic laboratory records (ELRs) and electronic case reports (eCRs), report to the CDC through NMI reporting methods, track outbreaks, perform contact management, and do it all with a highly configurable system.
Our booth will feature a VisionPort Mini to showcase EpiTrax and EMSA! VisionPort is our product combining hardware and software to give organizations the ability to create dynamic, shared immersive multimedia experiences. We are delighted when we have opportunities like this to use VisionPort to inform conference attendees about our own offerings such as EpiTrax and EMSA.
We will be happy to demonstrate EpiTrax to you there. Here is a preview screenshot of the application’s disease outbreaks list view:
What is CSTE? The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists is an organization that works to advance public health policy and epidemiologic capacity. They also provide information, education, and developmental support of practicing epidemiologists in a wide range of areas as well as expertise for program and surveillance efforts.
Here are some of the conference sessions we plan to attend:
- Monday, 2:00–3:15 PM: In-Person Concurrent Breakout Sessions: Surveillance / Informatics I: Not Your Grandma’s Old-Fashioned: Data Modernization
- Monday, 5:45–6:30 PM: Virtual Concurrent Roundtable Sessions / Networking Surveillance / Informatics II: Electronic Case Reporting and Public Health Agencies—Needs and Directions
- Tuesday, 8:45–10:00 AM: In-Person Concurrent Breakout Sessions: Surveillance / Informatics I: Taking off the Blinders: Innovative Methods for Detection and Surveillance
- Tuesday, 5:45–6:30 PM: In-Person Concurrent Roundtable Sessions / Networking: Surveillance / Informatics I: CSTE National ELR Workgroup Meet and Greet
- Wednesday, 7:30–8:15 AM: In-Person Concurrent Roundtable Sessions / Networking: Surveillance Informatics I: National Notifiable Disease Surveillance System (NNDSS): A Comprehensive Review
Come see what End Point and EpiTrax can do for you! We would love to meet with you in person, a privilege we don’t take for granted these days.
Or if you can’t make the conference, contact us here online.