Federal grants and budget constraints hinder the long-term planning of public health agencies. We get that. It is especially hard for you to execute your stated goals when you’re short-staffed.
Federal reporting requirements and having to manage and work with diverse constituents and stakeholders across the state make it even more difficult to accomplish the vision you have for your agency. On top of all that, agencies often work with outdated technologies and the need to identify, implement, and support the best solutions to meet their needs.
Developing and managing robust information systems that simplify sending, receiving, and integrating data and information remains essential for meeting the complexities of the public health landscape. Your agency may face notable challenges around security, interoperability, and the impacts of leadership changes.
ISF can help you tackle these issues and navigate your way through the system. With a focus on data management and effectively using collected information, we provide data analytics that will drive future goals while dealing with budget constraints, bureaucracy, and regulations.