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The AADE Selects PSC Group to Expand Technology Information Platform for Diabetes Educators

Aug 10, 2017

PSC Group, a leading business technology consulting firm, is proud to announce an agreement with the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) to develop AADE's Technology Institute portal. Details can be found at:


The AADE's Technology Institute seeks to offer Diabetes Educators best practices in implementing technology solutions. The latest product and device information and training will be made available along with CE and non-CE online courses and certificate programs, relevant research, discussion boards and other resources.

"PSC is proud to help AADE design and build the Technology Institute to intelligently serve its educator members," said Tony Fremarek, Partner at PSC Group. "The PSC team will ensure the project is delivered to help AADE make a significant impact on patient outcomes now and in the future as the cadence of new treatments and technology continue to rapidly evolve."

"By partnering with PSC Group for technical and aesthetic aspects of the project, our team can focus on the strategic content required for successful adoption," said Crystal Broj, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, AADE. "This will be a leading resource for sharing emerging diabetes technology, late-breaking innovation and market intelligence with educators."

About PSC Group, Inc.  
Founded in 1990, PSC Group, LLC is a business technology consulting firm focused on enabling strategic technology driven tools, processes and objectives that help companies improve and grow their value. Our process begins in the way we listen and ends with our clients experiencing a greater return on their technology investment. With offices in Chicago and Kansas City, PSC has a proud history with our clientele that is based on mutual respect, integrity and honesty.

About the American Association of Diabetes Educators 
AADE is a multi-disciplinary professional membership organization dedicated to improving diabetes care through innovative education, management and support. With more than 14,000 professional members including nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, exercise specialists, and others, AADE has a vast network of practitioners working with people who have, are affected by or are at risk for diabetes.

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