Toronto, ON (Friday, October 31, 2008): Strata Health Solutions is honoured to have been named a finalist for Company of the Year at the Canadian Health Informatics Awards. The winner will be announced at the 4th annual CHIA Awards Gala being held November 19, 2008 in Toronto.

“We feel like we’ve just been nominated for an Oscar,” said Don Schick, President and CEO, Strata Health Solutions.

“We’re so delighted because the nomination came from our clients. We are also honoured to be in the running with Telus, such a household name and the other finalist for Company of the Year.”

Strata Health Solutions is dedicated to achieving real and dramatic benefits for patients, their families and the world’s devoted front line caregivers – by improving patient flow. Its web-based Strata PathWays™ software is in use by multidisciplinary client teams in health regions serving over 8.5 million Canadians, and has recently been deployed in the UK. Strata PathWays™ captures timely, dynamic patient assessments and matches the unique needs of each patient to optimal community resources – all while tracking and reporting in real time on the patient’s journey through the health care system.

The Canadian Health Informatics Awards are awarded annually by CHITTA (the Canadian Healthcare Information Technology Trade Association), along with the COACH awards, to recognize excellence in health care information technology services.

Strata Health leverages technology to achieve dramatic patient flow improvement within health systems. Our clients say they’ve entrusted us with the job of creating patient flow solutions that achieve real and dramatic benefits for patients, their families and the world’s devoted front line caregivers. Operational in Canada, the UK and Australia/New Zealand, Strata Health is a privately-held Canadian corporation. It is comprised of professionals with empathy for those who need care and intense respect for those who devote themselves to caring for others.

CHITTA is the Canadian Healthcare Information Technology Trade Association. Its mission is to strengthen the competitiveness of Canada’s Healthcare Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry through cooperative efforts among and between members and through direct contact with all levels of Government and associated agencies.

For information: Marilyn McCrea MMPR Public Relations 416 294-4576

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