CAHF Partners with Stratus Interoperable
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 10, 2018
Contact: Deborah Pacyna
CAHF Director of Public Affairs
CMO Stratus Interoperable
Newest preferred provider offers value-based data management
SACRAMENTO – The California Association of Health Facilities has established a preferred provider arrangement with healthcare technology innovator Stratus Interoperable which delivers a cloud-based healthcare data management platform that brings critical data together in one secure location.
Stratus Interoperable is the only healthcare interoperability service that unlocks and integrates all clinical, financial and operational data, regardless of source or format through a data management system known as StratusLink. This helps post-acute care providers to effectively measure and manage the delivery and cost of healthcare from desktops, tablets or smartphones.
“We look forward to building our relationship with the team from Stratus Interoperable,” said Craig Cornett, CAHF CEO/President. “The collection of data analytics is more important than ever to help our member facilities track their quality delivery, comply with government reporting requirements and manage costs.”
“We are extremely gratified to be selected by the CAHF Products & Services committee as a Preferred Provider,” said Berry Brunk, CEO, Stratus Interoperable. “The CAHF Board tightly restricts participation as a Preferred Provider to the most unique companies who can provide significant advantages to their membership. I’ve been involved with CAHF for 15 years and have seen first-hand the degree to which this organization supports their membership. We are honored to work hand in hand with the CAHF leadership to provide our cutting edge software platform that will aggregate and easily display in a dashboard all financial, clinical and operational data giving provider executives hands-on control so they can run their operations more efficiently.”
StratusLink supplements existing technology which means there is no need to replace existing IT systems. All health information technology is quickly connected to deliver important data to improve patient outcomes, delivery quality service and reduce costs. The preferred provider partnership takes effect immediately.
Founded in 1950, the California Association of Health Facilities is a non-profit, professional organization representing more than 800 skilled-nursing facilities and 500 intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Each year, our 140,000 caregivers provide short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, end-of-life assistance and habilitative nursing services for 370,000 people. CAHF is the largest provider of continuing education for long-term care providers in California. For more information, visit www.cahf.org
About Stratus Interoperable™
Stratus Interoperable delivers advanced data management and business intelligence services across the healthcare spectrum including: Acute Care, Long-Term and Post-Acute Care, Skilled Nursing, Behavioral Health, Home Health, Hospice and Healthcare REITs.
StratusLink™—the company’s Data Management and Business Intelligence Platform—collects and unifies clinical, financial and operations data from disparate IT and electronic health record systems (EHRs) regardless of source or format. The platform delivers unprecedented data utilization and decision support through central access to integrated patient records, advanced search-based analytics and universal information exchange. Stratus Interoperable is a privately held U.S. corporation. www.stratusinteroperable.com