Mission: Our mission is to help heal healthcare. We approach this by helping hospitals and healthcare systems drive margin to fuel their mission.
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Here at Strata, our mission, and our passion, is to help heal healthcare – driving solutions that will bend the cost curve. Our software is influencing one of the biggest socio-economic problems of our time for the better and positively impacting patients’ lives in the process. And if that isn't enough? Our halls are filled with some of the most talented, most committed, most fun people you will ever work with, spending our days solving big problems. Join us as we collaborate…we celebrate….we innovate....together.
We are committed to our mission to help heal healthcare. Our unique culture is driven by a social, hardworking environment full of talented people solving problems together. We embrace learning, cross-team collaboration, and continuous career growth. Lifting each other to lift our clients, our product, our company.
As an organization, we are passionate about our community and giving back, which is why we developed our program, StrataServe, which specifically focuses on giving back to the community around us. StrataServe provides team members with several opportunities throughout the year volunteer and contribute. It not only allows for team members at Strata to use their allocated volunteer day year-round, but also enables colleagues to join together as a team and give back to the community.
Fighting hunger by re-packing food at the Greater Chicago Food Depository
Beautifying Chicago with the Green Star Movement
Annual September 11 Firehouse Visit
Our benefits help team members balance the well-being elements that make life and work meaningful: their physical health, financial security, social relationships, career engagement, and community involvement.
Michael is the first point of contact for our clients and is responsible for the timely and appropriate escalation of any client matters. With a family history in healthcare, Michael finds this industry fascinating and feels healthcare has the potential to make a lot of positive changes. Realizing he is part of something much larger, Michael is motivated by his desire to do his part and make a difference; knowing his contribution is greatly valued.
I have been working at Strata Decision Technology full-time (More than a year)
Fast moving, fast growing company. The company has been around a little while, but has most recently really picked up. They've just expanded the office, new hires come in every month, new educational initiatives are always being added. This is a pretty solid environment all around. This place is great for people who enjoy being able to come in and expand their role, as you will seldom be told no on a new initiative or idea.
They've also recently added a membership to linkedin learning for all new hires, and expanded training opportunities internally.
CEO fist bumps me in the hallway. Can't complain.
Because it is so fast moving (and more recently so in the past couple years) it can be tough to get a hold of information. As a new hire, especially if you aren't coming from healthcare, it can be a steep hill to learn the industry and learn the huge product the company makes-StrataJazz. Many people who work here live and breath healthcare, and have also been here a while, so they know the product, they know the lingo, and they may not slow down for you to absorb it all. If you're not comfortable with a slightly more unstructured and fast paced environment, this may not be the culture for you.
There's also (as probably anywhere) a huge cultural divide between the two floors. Developers and designers, and product people in general tend to keep to their group, while consultants and sales and support (located downstairs) tend to keep to their group and also have a much higher turnover.
The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Strata Decision Technology (Chicago, IL) in March 2010.
phone interview :
Mostly analytical questions,
Angle between the clock hands
1:1 : resume review,
Mostly about previous background
How do you prioritize the things?
group interview :
Why this Company?
What are your goals - long/short term