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Stratis Health, based in Bloomington, Minnesota, is a nonprofit organization that leads collaboration and innovation in health care quality and safety, and serves as a trusted expert in facilitating improvement for people and communities. Stratis Health envisions a health care system that supports an informed, activated consumer and competent, satisfied health care professionals working in settings that promote optimum care and reduce chance of error. Our objectives are to help health care providers understand and integrate quality improvement and safety into their work, and to support Medicare and all health care consumers in their quest for health education and quality information. As a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, Stratis Health receives its funding from federal and state government contracts, foundation and corporate grants, and health system projects. The organization chooses to pursue grants and contracts that help it advance its mission and health information technology goals. The Stratis Health staff of approximately 60 professionals possesses strong applied research and clinical experience, and expertise in project management, biostatistics and data analysis, data management, continuous quality improvement theory and implementation, medical record abstraction, coding, health education, and communications. The organization is proud to support health care quality and patient safety, working with peers, partners, and stakeholders in advancing our agenda. Stratis Health has served Minnesota as the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for almost 30 years.
Our Roles in Shaping Health Care Quality Stratis Health activates our mission by serving consumers and the health care community in six unique ways.
The Story of Stratis Health In 1971, a group of physicians started a Foundation for Health Care Evaluation (FHCE) to assure quality health care for patients. Over time, the organization's focus shifted from assuring quality (by looking back and reviewing care) to improving it (by looking ahead and working collaboratively with providers). In 1997, FHCE merged with the Health Outcomes Institute to become Stratis Health, a quality improvement organization working with providers and consumers to improve health care.
Accountability Stratis Health is firmly committed to accountability and transparency. Stratis Health meets all sixteen standards of the Charities Review Council's accountability standards. These standards show that the organization is well managed, addressing performance in four critical areas: public disclosure, governance, financial activity, and fundraising.
Career Opportunities Stratis Health provides a collegial, team-oriented environment, a commitment to continuous quality improvement, empowered employees, shared values in the workplace, and a commitment to maintaining a workplace that demonstrates strong ethical standards and compliance with local, state, and federal laws and regulations. We offer a competitive salary with outstanding benefits.