• Software Developer, HealthShare

    Location US-MA-Cambridge
  • Overview

    The Challenge:


    One of the most important and difficult problems in healthcare is the integration of patient data from multiple sources, locations and data formats. The information is complex, high volume, changes over time and vital to patient and population health.


    By enabling the integration of clinical data, HealthShare is giving doctors and hospitals a full view of a patient’s health record. In doing so, HealthShare can improve patient outcomes and reduce costs for hospitals.


    The solutions require sophisticated data management, workflow and transaction processing, data quality analysis, both patient-centric and provider-centric user interfaces, as well as data repository and analytics frameworks. 


    The vision for HealthShare is to transform care by sharing health information. 



    The Opportunity:


    Help build a web application that will fundamentally change the manner in which patients, their families and their care providers interact to improve the quality of care.


    We are seeking software developers with expertise in creating RESTful APIs, middleware or data management services for web-based applications. Strong software design and development skills are required, with a focus on delivering high quality, enterprise-level solutions. You are encouraged to apply if you love solving complex technical challenges.  


    • Technical Degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics preferred
    • Around three years of experience or more in a technical role
    • Familiarity with at least one object oriented language
    • Interest in or experience with full stack development (web application development a plus)
    • Self starter with demonstrated problem solving skills
    • Knowledge of healthcare data protocols and interchange formats (e.g. HL7, FHIR) is a plus

    Come innovate with us

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