About Tell Health
Tell Health is a Health IT company devoted to empowering patients by enabling timely, relevant and clear communication between health care providers and patients and their families. We have reimagined the existing Patient Portal and put patients at the center. Rather than communicating with a single provider, patients can connect and interact with all of their providers, using an all familiar messaging UI. The user- friendly, jargon-free and secure service is underpinned by FHIR and AI. Founded by a physician and an engineer, we are backed by physicians and health IT industry veterans. Our mission is to get people back in control of their healthcare, being fully informed and in possession of their medical records, empowered to take care of themselves and their family.
About the role
Software Lead/ VP Engineering
Location: Chicago, IL
Having completed the first iteration of our commercial product, we are now beginning to scale and enhance its functionality. We are seeking a high-impact, motivated person who wants to innovate and make a lasting impact on how healthcare is delivered in the future. You will touch all aspects of the product while architecting and building our HIPAA-compliant AI-driven platform. You will be our first technical hire. We expect you to have tremendous growth opportunities and help shape the culture of the company as we grow.
- Must have: 5+ years’ experience as a professional software engineer
- Must have: fluency in Python
- Nice to have: hands-on experience with HL7 FHIR
- Nice to have: BS in Computer Science
You will be responsible for all things software - the Software Development, QA/Test, and DevOps. You will work closely with the company directors to define the product strategy, requirements, and timelines.
A short term contract with an option to convert into a permanent position
A competitive rate and a founding employee equity package
How to apply:
If interested, please email email@example.com.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.