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DTA Associates, Inc.
What We Do:
DTA Associates is a team of highly-skilled professionals who blend their experience in healthcare strategy, performance improvement, patient experience, and healthcare data analytics to develop customized solutions that equip organizations to turn ideas into action and position them to succeed in the changing healthcare environment.
Top Three Things to Communicate through our Logo:
#1 - Ideas turned into action
#2 - Professional
#3 - Experience
We intend to target small to mid-sized hospitals and healthcare systems (groups of hospitals and clinics) who are struggling to meet the growing demands of the healthcare provider industry, such as demands for increased quality, performance, patient experience, and the data/analytics required to tackle those requirements.
Styles that we are interested in:
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No preference at this time.
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
DTA stands for "Defy The Asymptote". An asymptote is a mathematical term for a line that a graph approaches but never touches. For instance in the graph y = 1/x, no matter how big x gets, y will get closer and closer to zero but will never reach zero. We use the concept of an asymptote in a somewhat tongue-in-cheek way to describe healthcare challenges that seem impossible to overcome. The only way to overcome them is to "defy" them like you would defy gravity (like Wicked). So a logo that somehow incorporates a graph hitting a limit but then breaking through (in a positive uptrend, not like y = 1/x) would be cool.
Where we will use the Logo: