The late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs was quoted as saying, “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
For many, loving what you do is made a lot easier, when you feel valued and loved by the company that employs you. Health Catalyst takes this belief to heart, fostering a company culture that recognizes the immeasurable value of every team member and places team members at the center of all company decision-making.
This commitment to culture has earned Health Catalyst a spot on Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare list for nine years in a row.
“This achievement is the result of Health Catalyst team members actively embracing and putting in practice our Operating Principles of Improvement, Respect, Ownership, and Transparency, which guide our actions each day. Together, we have built a thriving, award-winning company culture that we can be proud of,” said Linda Llewelyn, Chief People Officer at Health Catalyst.
The Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work award honors 150 U.S. healthcare companies and organizations throughout the industry that empower team members to provide patients and clients with the best possible care and services. The program draws upon feedback from extensive employee surveys to evaluate organizations across several criteria, such as culture, leadership, employee benefits, and overall employee satisfaction, as well as new criteria measuring how employees reported feeling supported during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“One year into the pandemic, we’ve seen the industry transform to meet the needs of its patients and employees,” said Aurora Aguilar, Modern Healthcare’s editor. “Time and time again, the most resilient and successful organizations show that empathy towards their staff, clear vision and compassion towards the patient buoys teams and sets them up for success. We congratulate the Best Places to Work in Healthcare for eliciting loyalty from their workforce and communities during harrowing times.”