Sentry Partners with The University of Texas at Austin’s Health IT Program
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL —July 28, 2011—Sentry Data Systems, Inc., a healthcare business intelligence technology solutions company headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Florida, announces the opening of a new office in Austin, Texas on August 1, 2011. The satellite office—located at 2028 East Ben White Blvd., Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78741—will support and better address the company’s technology needs. The office is slated to be staffed with a Technical Analyst, Senior Project Manager, Quality Assurance (QA) Manager, Developer, Clinical Director and Office Administrator.
“The opening of Sentry’s new Austin office is an example of our continued growth,” says Travis Leonardi President and Founder of Sentry Data Systems. “Austin is a hotbed for technology advancements and is the perfect place for us to locate as we deliver on our commitment to provide innovative technology-driven products designed to meet our customers’ needs.”
Often referred to as “Silicon Hills,” Austin is known for its professional campuses serving many of the country’s leading technology companies. As a result, Austin attracts and maintains the highest level of technology talent, often beginning at the University level. Accordingly, Sentry has partnered with The University of Texas at Austin’s Health IT Program.
“We are thrilled to have Sentry Data Systems as a new supporter for our innovative Health IT program. Their stature as a market leader in the field will bring valuable expertise to our program and our students,” said Dr. Leanne Field, Health IT program director.
The new office will be Sentry’s second satellite office, following the success of their office expansion in Indianapolis, which opened in April 2009.
For more information about Sentry Data Systems Healthcare Business Intelligence Solutions visit www.sentryds.com or call 800.411.4566.
University of Texas at Austin
The University of Texas at Austin Health IT program was created to address the growing demand for health IT professionals. It offers an intensive nine-week program that leads to a Health Information Management and Exchange Specialist certificate. The program features expert faculty in both theoretical and applied areas of health IT, six weeks of coursework with hands-on experience working with six different electronic health record (EHR) systems, a 12-day practicum that immerses students in real world experiences with health IT companies or organizations, and job placement services. The program takes place in the university’s on campus Health IT Learning Center, which features a mock clinic. For more information regarding The University of Texas at Austin and the Health IT program, contact Lee Clippard, Director for Communications for the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin at 512-232-0675 or email@example.com.