|By Business Wire||
|April 22, 2014 06:03 PM EDT||
Stratasan, a leading provider of SaaS based hospital analytics solutions, announced today the addition of Marshall Martin as president. Marshall joins Stratasan having previously served as COO of Nashville based technology companies Juris and PureSafety.
Marshall Martin joins Stratasan (Photo: Business Wire)
“Marshall is the right addition to lead the management team and to help us accelerate Stratasan into the next phase of growth,” said Jim Phillips, chairman of Stratasan. ”Marshall’s expertise driving growth and profitability in emerging companies combined with the strength of our platform and capabilities of the existing management team and staff at Stratasan provide a good match to capitalize on a very opportunistic market for the use of data and analytics to support strategic business decisions for healthcare."
“I’m excited about the opportunity to join Stratasan and help position the company for rapid growth,” said Marshall Martin. “The company has demonstrated tremendous success in a short amount of time as a result of a committed team and has drawn a lot of attention and respect from the local healthcare community. I see my role as building upon the passion that exists today while helping to guide the team to capture significant market share in the areas we serve. Stratasan is building the deepest layers of health intelligence and has a great technology platform to expand the business.”
Martin most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of Nashville based Pure Safety, which was acquired by Underwriters Laboratories in December of 2011 as part of a strategic selling event. While at PureSafety, he was responsible for all customer facing sales and operations roles during a time in which PureSafety was experiencing dramatic growth both organically and through the acquisition and integration of companies. Prior to PureSafety, Martin was COO with Juris, a leading provider of time and billing software for law firms which acquired by Lexis Nexis.
Stratasan provides advanced analytics from vast amounts of health and other relevant data to hospitals including outpatient, physician offices, community and geo-demographic via a SaaS platform. Stratasan has worked with more than 300 hospitals in 35 states. In total, Stratasan has more than 1.5 billion health records to create actionable strategy.
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