For over 40 years, we have served clients in government, academia, and the private sector— delivering evidence-based solutions to drive outcomes that improve public health worldwide.

From policy formulation to technical assistance, our programs span the full spectrum of public health services with a focus on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of delivery.

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We provide support that enables policymakers, medical professionals, communities, and citizens to improve public health.

  • Clinical Research Services

    Our management and operational support for clinical and bioscience research programs and clinical trials expedite the availability of safe and effective therapeutics.

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  • Epidemiology and Public Health Studies

    We design and conduct domestic and international epidemiologic studies examining associations between a wide range of environmental, occupational, and lifestyle exposures and chronic diseases, reproductive health, and other health outcomes.

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  • Health Data Management and Analysis

    We create software systems to manage clinical data, facilitate real-time data reporting and analysis, manage large-scale epidemiologic study data, and provide statistical programming and data analysis for health research—including national-level Medicare and Medicaid payment systems.

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  • Health Information Technology

    Our health information technology solutions enhance research coordination, systems integration, data analytics, data dissemination, and health communication. We operate at CMMI-DEV Level 3.

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  • Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis

    SSS designs and conducts scientifically sound evaluations, research, and policy analyses that our clients use to develop successful programs and policies for addressing pressing public health issues.

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Latest News

Prescription Medication Use and Antinuclear Antibodies

An analysis reveals that medications associated with antinuclear antibodies in certain individuals are not risk factors in the general population.


Self-reported vs. Objectively Measured Sleep

An analysis reveals that self-reported sleep duration is greater than objectively measured duration for all races, and especially in whites compared to blacks.




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Gestational Diabetes and Subsequent Type 2 Diabetes

Data indicate that 20 percent of women with gestational diabetes go on to have a diabetes diagnosis.


Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Adolescents with Prediabetes

A study shows that adolescents with prediabetes are also more likely to have cardiovascular disease risk factors.


Discrimination and Sleep Difficulties

Survey results show that everyday discrimination events are associated with short nightly sleep duration and cumulative sleep debt.


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