17 Countries Represented at First SystemOne Academy Program
Springfield, MA - May 7, 2018 - SystemOne, a connected diagnostics company using data to drive healthcare impact and solutions, announces strong results from its initial SystemOne Academy Program. The complimentary 4-week online training program kicked off on April 3 and continued through the end of the month.
Representatives from health ministries in 17 countries participated in the trainings, including: Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, Moldova, Botswana, Cameroon, Malawi, Ghana, Mozambique, Hungary, Liberia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Swaziland, Uganda, and Sudan. In addition, other participants came from Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Over 50 active users completed 27,040 activities within the web-based learning portal. The participants were primarily TB program officers, medical doctors, scientists, inventory managers and laboratory technicians.
At the end of the training, participants received a certificate in System Administration of the GxAlert platform. Three additional certification courses will be offered in 2018 - July, September and December.
“A lot of careful planning went into launching SystemOne Academy as a valuable resource for our customers,” said Nancy Brown, VP, Customer Experience, SystemOne, “Not only do we want our customers to know how to use GxAlert, we also want them to know how to use the data received from the platform to benefit their countries and their efforts to fight infectious diseases.”
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Founded in Massachusetts in 2012, SystemOne focuses on producing solutions for disease surveillance and response. SystemOne has offices in Springfield, MA and Johannesburg, South Africa.The company’s new disease intelligence software, Aspect®, addresses numerous infectious diseases including Zika, Ebola, HIV, Malaria, Hepatitis C and more on a host of diagnostic devices.