The Chartis Group, a leading healthcare advisory and analytics firm, has been named to the Modern Healthcare "Best Places to Work in Healthcare" list for the sixth time, ranking number 28 out of 75 suppliers.
"It's gratifying to see our name on the list again this year," said Shannon Brownell, Chief Talent Officer at The Chartis Group. "At Chartis, we are committed to creating an environment in which talented professionals enjoy continuous learning, intellectually stimulating work and a powerful culture of collaboration. The shared passion for our mission is as deep as our commitment and care for one another."
This annual award recognizes providers and suppliers throughout the healthcare industry that empower their employees to provide patients and customers with the best possible care, products, and services. Results also considered regard for employees' well-being, acknowledgment of their contributions, and deference to their experience and dedication to help maintain some level of harmony during the pandemic. Results are based on employee responses to an employee engagement and satisfaction survey.
This is the sixth year that Chartis has participated in the Best Places to Work program, and the sixth year the firm has been named to this list. To view the whole list, click here.
Chartis is a comprehensive healthcare advisory firm dedicated to helping clients build a healthier world. We work across the healthcare continuum with more than 600 clients annually, including providers, payers, health services organizations, technology and retail companies, and investors. Through times of change, challenge, and opportunity, we advise the industry on how to navigate disruption, pursue growth, achieve financial sustainability, unleash technology, improve care models and operations, enhance clinical quality and safety, and advance health equity. The teams we convene bring deep industry expertise and industry-leading innovation, enabling clients to achieve transformational results and create positive societal impact. Learn more.