Welcome to the Team: Anthony Fox

Anthony Fox

Software Engineer

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Anthony joined the Stratasan team as a Software Engineer in October 2016. He assists in building out features and requests for the Stratasan app. With a mostly system administration background, Anthony was a Solutions Architect for The Crichton Group developing internal web apps before joining the Stratasan team. Originally from Memphis, TN, he spent a year in California before moving to Nashville where he has lived for the past two years. When not working, Anthony can often be found building something at home, usually with RaspberryPi’s and/or Microcontrollers like Arduino. He’s played guitar for about 12 years and also loves to read as often as possible, especially anything from Douglas Adams or Neil Gaiman.

 

Welcome to the Team: Lisa French

Lisa French

Front End Web Developer

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Lisa joined the Stratasan team as a Front End Web Developer in September 2016. Her previous experience includes time as a Front End Engineer for HCA. Additionally, she has an extensive understanding of the front-end stack (HTML, CSS, JavaScript), relevant libraries and frameworks, and some back end exposure (Node, Ruby on Rails, PHP, Java). Lisa is passionate about growing diversity in tech and mentoring those new to coding, especially adults exploring this career path later in life. She co-founded Nashville Women Programmers in 2013, which now has more than 750 members. She also co-hosts NashDev, a podcast about software engineering and the Nashville developer community. When not coding, Lisa enjoys spending time with her wife (Carson), doting on her cat children (Hampton and Hemingway), thrift shopping, and traveling.

 

Welcome to the Team: Marcus Young

Marcus Young

Web Operations Engineer

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Marcus joined Stratasan in August 2016 as Web Operations Engineer. His focus is to ensure that the Stratasan app and its features can be deployed as quickly as possible to customers, aiming for a great user experience at all times. He recently graduated with a degree in computer science and mathematics before getting involved in system administration and DevOps. With a background in HIPAA/HITECH and security policies, he started working as a developer in healthcare straight out of college and had a brief stint at Aloompa, making android/ios apps and the backend software for festivals like Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. His hobbies include playing ice hockey and brewing homebrew beer. He also enjoys hardware projects based on microcontrollers and single board computers.

 

Welcome to the Team: Corey Robertson

Corey Robertson

Lead Front End Developer

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Corey joined the Stratasan team in August 2016 as the Lead Front End Developer. With previous work experience at Ramsey Solutions as the front end team leader for EveryDollar.com, Corey is a welcomed addition to Stratasan’s development team. A native of Frankfort, KY, Corey has a BA from Asbury College (now university), where he majored in Applied Mathematics. A resident of Nashville for 8 years, Corey and his wife Natalie have 3 sons, Carson and twins Lincoln and Nolan. When not chasing his kids around, he loves to play basketball, watch University of Kentucky sports, and hike with his family.

 

Physician Pathway Feature Update

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Uncover New Growth Opportunities

Primary hospital affiliations are now listed for all physicians within the Inbound and Outbound Referral report.

While before you were given a list of names with no context for the hospital connection, now you can quickly and easily see hospital affiliations. With this new feature, physician liaisons are able to clearly see hospital connections, patient leakage, and identify opportunities for growth.

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Webinar: Health Status

Hospital Strategic Planning: Health Status

Speaker: Lee Ann Lambdin – VP of Strategic Planning, Stratasan

Join Lee Ann Lambdin for a 30 minute educational webinar to analyze the health status of your patients and community.

If you are a 501(c)(3) hospital, plan to be involved with population health in anyway, or want to have a positive reputation in your community then this webinar is for you!

What you will learn:
— How your facility can benefit from a Community Health Needs Assessment, even if it isn’t required
— Various measures to assess your community health status
— Find out where your patients/communities are spending their healthcare dollars
— How you can identify your hospital’s frequent fliers

During the webinar we will cover topics such as county health rankings, disease prevalence, Health Service Demand, medical expenditures, and population health. We hope you will join us.

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Lee Ann Lambdin serves as Vice President of Strategic Planning at Stratasan. Her specialties are Hospital Strategic Planning, Community Health Needs Assessments, and Medical Staff Planning. She provides planning guidance to customers, assists with product design and sales, and manages customer accounts.

Register below:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Webinar: Comparative Hospitals

Hospital Strategic Planning: Comparative Hospitals
Speaker: Lee Ann Lambdin, VP of Strategic Planning – Stratasan

Description: After Defining Your Service Area, the next step in building your hospital strategic plan is to identify your comparative hospitals.

Why “Comparative” and not “Competitive”? Many times we see clients shy away from including sister facilities in their “Competitive” analysis which provides an incomplete picture. Whether you are competitive with a facility or not they need to be included in your research.

What you will you learn:
–How to identify comparative facilities inside and outside of your defined service area
–Metrics to utilize in your analysis
–Available data sources

This educational webinar runs 30 minutes and covers how to best define your service area both for today and for the future changes in healthcare. You will walk away with applicable knowledge on defining the right comparative hospitals and what metrics to define for comparison.

Your speaker:
LeeAnnLambdin_profile_100Lee Ann Lambdin serves as Vice President of Strategic Planning at Stratasan. Her specialties are Hospital Strategic Planning, Community Health Needs Assessments, and Medical Staff Planning. She provides planning guidance to customers, assists with product design and sales, and manages customer accounts.

 

Register today!
Tuesday, February 4, 11 am Central
Thursday, February 6, 1 pm Central

Webinar: The Art & Science of Service Area Definitions

Hospital Strategic Planning: The Art & Science of Service Area Definitions
Speaker: Lee Ann Lambdin, VP of Strategic Planning – Stratasan

Description: The first step in any planning or marketing project for a hospital or other provider is to define a service area. Before demographics, market share, or competitor analysis can considered, an appropriate service area must be applied. Defining a service area is both art and science.

“The Art & Science of Service Area Definitions” looks at:

  • Primary and Secondary service area definitions
  • Filling in “service gaps” and eliminating “islands”
  • Market Share vs Population
  • What is staying in your market vs out-migrating

This educational webinar runs 30 minutes and covers how to best define your service area both for today and for the future changes in healthcare. You will walk away with applicable knowledge on the primary components necessary to build the right service area for your hospital strategic planning.

Your speaker:
LeeAnnLambdin_profile_100Lee Ann Lambdin serves as Vice President of Strategic Planning at Stratasan. Her specialties are Hospital Strategic Planning, Community Health Needs Assessments, and Medical Staff Planning. She provides planning guidance to customers, assists with product design and sales, and manages customer accounts.

Register today!
Tuesday, January 28, 11 am Central
Thursday, January 30, 1 pm Central