Stratasan names new president

Former PureSafety, Juris exec to help lead data company

Nashville-based health care analytics company Stratasan has named Marshall Martin as its new president, joining co-founders Tod Fetherling and Jason Moore.

"Marshall is the right addition to lead the managment team and to help us accelerate Stratasan into the next phase of growth," Jim Phillips, Stratasan chairman, said in a release. "Marshall's expertise driving growth and profitability in emerging companies combines with the strength of our platform and capabilities of the existing management team and staff at Stratasan provide a good match to capitalize on a very opportunistic market for the use of data and analytics to support strategic business decisions in health care."

Previously the interim CEO of X3 Endurance, a fitness industry data company, Martin also served as COO of workforce safety solutions company PureSafety through its acquisition by Underwriters Laboratories. He also served as the COO of Juris, a legal software solutions company acquired by Lexis Nexis in 2007.

"I'm excited to be here and leverage upon the success and notoriety that the company has gained over the last several years," Martin said. "My role is to lead the company in that top market with great products and a strong team and leverage some background experiences I've gained working with companies that have followed similar paths."

Stratasan provides advanced analytics of health care data and focuses on helping hospitals, outpatient providers and physicians benchmark their operations, better define market opportunities and draw up growth strategies. The company maintains more than a billion health records from federal, state, local and private sources.