World Patient Safety Day 2021 Focuses on Safer Childbirth
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that 810 women die worldwide every day from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. In addition, approximately 6,700 newborns die each day, comprising 47 percent of all deaths under the age of five, and two million babies are stillborn each year, with 40 percent occurring during labor.
In the United States, the maternal mortality ratio—the number of maternal deaths during a given time per 100,000 live births—is higher than comparable countries. Plus, there are significant racial disparities in maternal health outcomes. The most recent U.S. mortality ratio is 17.4 per 100,000 pregnancies, placing the U.S. last among other industrialized countries.
Health Catalyst Unveils New Solution to Bring Clinical Research to Routine Healthcare
Health Catalyst announces the launch of the Health Catalyst Research Offering for healthcare providers, biopharmaceutical companies, and clinical research organizations (CROs).
The new offering will help health systems safely convert and maximize their existing clinical databases, unlocking access to mutually beneficial industry and research partnerships.
Health Catalyst Launches Value Optimizer – A New Approach to Managing Risk and Achieving Profitability in Population Health
Health Catalyst announced the launch of Value Optimizer™, a new population health solution that quickly identifies highly valuable opportunities for value-based care (VBC) performance improvement.
While many healthcare organizations have relied on population health tools to support their VBC payment models and better understand their populations, many existing products lack the full-service data and insight capabilities to empower population health leaders to optimize their VBC strategy.
Health Catalyst Named a Top Workplace for Millennials
Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have included Health Catalyst on their list of the 2021 Best Workplaces for Millennials™. This is the Company’s first year in the Large category and second time being named to the prestigious list, this year coming in 61st place.
Commenting on the achievement, Health Catalyst CEO Dan Burton said, “We are grateful to be among the Best Workplaces for Millennials. This honor is a testament to our belief that team members should be our top priority and at the center of all we do. Every day we work intentionally to foster a strong workplace culture where team members of every generation feel valued and supported.”
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