When it comes to continuity at any one company, Max Hall“™s got it. For the past 17 years, Hall has served SRA in a variety of functions. From his early days as a network engineer, Hall has gone on to serve the Fairfax, Va.-based provider of expert knowledge, technical tools and solutions, in areas such as engineering, business management, and business capture. Hall“™s work has also led him to delve deep into domains such as national security and defense. Now Hall is taking on his next big challenge: health care. For nearly a year, Hall has been running SRA“™s health and civil services sector “” a sector that comprises half the company. Recently, Hall offered ExecutiveBiz an update on his work at the helm, and where he sees healthcare IT headed over the next few years.
- “When you think of health IT, you often think of bringing electronic health records and IT to the doctor and hospital levels. Our approach is to broaden that perspective,” says Hall, who runs SRA“™s health and civil services sector.
- Customers include the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration, and the U.S. Veterans Administration.
- Looking toward the future, “If we look at electronic health records, our goal will be to make technology of that nature interoperable at all levels and provide a better capability for all users,” says Hall.
“Our growth strategy is focused on areas of the health market that have high public and political visibility.” “” Max Hall, SRA