Healthcare Strategic Growth Blog

Founder's Perspective: Innovation through Collaboration with Client Partners

Posted by Jason Moore on Apr 11, 2018 8:41:43 AM

By Jason Moore, with original post from XMI

Recently, I had the pleasure of being interviewed on the topic of how collaboration between technology companies and larger, more established healthcare provider companies (e.g. hospital system, ambulatory surgery company, etc.) propels product innovation.

During this conversation, two prevailing thoughts kept occurring. First, Stratasan has been extremely fortunate with a partner base of clients who have approached the collaboration process with an open mind and generosity to share their expertise and experiences. Second, our core value of “Our Success Is My Success” extends further outside of our walls than I believe we intended when we first adopted it.

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Tags: software development, product development, leadership, core values, company philosophies, company values, founder's reflections

Intern Insights: Ellie Wood and Abbey Miles

Posted by Ellie Woods, Abbey Miles on Aug 17, 2017 3:24:06 PM

By Ellie Wood, Public Policy major, and Abbey Miles, Computer Science and Web Development major

Ellie Wood: Health Strategy Intern

“Where are you interning this summer?”

“I’m working at Stratasan, a healthcare data and software company!”

After a long pause and puzzled look… “Do you know anything about computer science?”

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Tags: software development, health strategy, Healthcare Market Research, intern, interns of nashville, internship, software

Founder's Perspective: New Product, New Office, New Outlook

Posted by Jason Moore on Apr 25, 2017 2:23:50 PM

By Jason Moore

One of my favorite things about working at Stratasan is that we are frequently applying company philosophies to create tangible software products or services. The core philosophy that has motivated us since the inception of Stratasan is the desire to help our client partners move up the DIKW pyramid. Last week, we released Launch Pathway in an effort to continue assisting our client partners as they move up the DIKW pyramid in their strategic growth efforts. The ties between this core philosophy and our newest software are extremely exciting for our entire team!

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Tags: software development, software, launch pathway, core values, dikw pyramid, company philosophies, company values

Developing Our New Software: Why We Love React, Redux, and Django

Posted by Scott Burns on Apr 18, 2017 8:00:00 AM

By Scott Burns, and Corey Robertson, and Lisa French

As we’ve approached the release of our newest software, Launch Pathway, we have blogged about how Launch Pathway compares to other business intelligence tools, why data visualization is so important, and why hospitals and health systems should focus on the right data over big data.

 

Now in this post, a few members of our development team are taking the opportunity to share some of what they experienced while building this new software. As developers, this post is partly a love letter to the Stratasan tools and also an opportunity to share our philosophy on iteratively delivering large projects. With that in mind, we hope you enjoy.

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Tags: software development, data visualization, data analysis, developers, Django, healthcare, healthcare data, software, launch pathway, react, Redux, development

An Intern's Insights: My Summer at Stratasan

Posted by Nhung Hoang on Sep 2, 2016 1:46:40 PM

Contrary to popular belief, software developers don’t hide behind their computers all day long and create ruthless memes. While I never subscribed to this line of thinking, to begin with, I got official confirmation of its inaccuracy this summer while interning at Stratasan.

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Tags: Blog, software development, computer science, develop, developer, engineer, Engineering, intern, interns of nashville, internship, nashville, software, tech, technology

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