Breast Cancer Awareness Month

“Far too many Americans face the overwhelming shock of a breast cancer diagnosis.

They are flooded with new information, worried about loved ones, and at times unable to afford treatment — all the while staring down life’s toughest questions.

During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we rededicate ourselves to supporting patients and their families, boosting access to care, and raising awareness about the life-saving importance of early screening.  We honor all those we have lost to this terrible disease and celebrate the courageous survivors and advocates fighting to beat it, along with the loved ones and medical providers who have their backs every day.”

Read more on the Whitehouse’s Proclamation on National Breast Cancer Awareness Month >>

Hispanic Heritage Month

“Hispanic heritage holds an indelible place in the heart and soul of our Nation, and National Hispanic Heritage Month reminds us that the American identity is a fabric of diverse traditions and stories woven together.

Since the beginning, our country has drawn strength and insights from Hispanic writers, scientists, soldiers, doctors, entrepreneurs, academics, and leaders in labor and government.  Our culture has been enriched by the rhythms, art, literature, and creativity of Hispanic peoples.”

Read more of the Whitehouse’s Proclamation on National Hispanic Heritage Month, 2022: >>

Transforming public health data into maps and actionable information

As technologies evolve and mobile devices proliferate the market, public and private entities across the world have access to an extraordinary amount of fast-evolving and improving information. The amount and type of data can be overwhelming to collect, analyze, and deliver. Equally, challenging is the ability to aggregate, organize, synthesize that data into actionable information and deliver it in real or near-real time to multiple sources, humans, machines, or other devices.