Sticky notes. Phone calls. Fax machines.
Welcome to the reality of modern American healthcare.
While healthcare reform is pushing doctors and nurses to work more collaboratively, there just aren't any tools to help them do it. Even billion-dollar investments in electronic health records don't do the job of care coordination, especially when patients receive care at many different clinics or hospitals.
That's why we're building a care coordination platform that embraces the complexity of healthcare: teams of doctors, nurses, and their support staff collaborating transparently with patients and their families in a shared digital space... moving seamlessly between desktops, tablets, and smartphones... caring in real time with real visibility into individual and team performance.
Our founders and advisers are renowned leaders in healthcare and disruptive innovation, but like care teams, we can't do it alone. Join us—those other jobs can wait.
UI Engineers at ACT.md advocate for the patients and clinicians who use our software by designing, prototyping, building, and validating new features through a lean, agile user experience process.
Interested? Contact Jonathan Abbett, Director of User Experience, with your résumé, an example of a web UI you've crafted, and a few thoughts about why you think care coordination is important.
Here's the deal. We're going to give you an empty directory and ask you to fill it with the most tear-jerking, gut-wrenchingly awesome code that runs smoother than molasses on a hot summer day. Of course, just by looking at the description of the company, you already know that we need a scalable infrastructure that is completely secure and has as much tolerance for failure as open heart surgery. The guys here already know how to code, but we want you to make us look like kindergarteners scribbling with crayons.
Pumped? Contact Patrick Schmid, Director of Engineering, with your résumé, highlights of your most compelling back-end projects, and a few thoughts about why you think care coordination is important.