Mission: use LAMP to Hack Healthcare
- Are you interested in working in Health IT?
Come work with Fred Trotter, the author of “Hacking Healthcare” arguably the world’s leading health IT expert. We build products that decode Medicare claims data to guide new drug launches for pharmaceutical companies.
If you are comfortable with Laravel(PHP) and SQL (specifically MariaDB/MySQL) and you want to break into the lucrative field of Health IT, this is clearly the best opportunity to do that.
Skills & Requirements
- 2-4 years experience with SQL and SQL performance
- Able to handle basic MySQL admin tasks (setup replication, backup, etc.)
- Familiar with Linux, especially Ubuntu variants
- Not offended by Transformers pajama bottoms
- Comfortable coding in PHP
- Familiar with Laravel specifically
It would be nice if you:
- Have experience with d3.js
- Have experience with graph databases like neo4j
- Hadoop/PIG would be lovely
- MongoDB is great
- Data science, statistics and/or graph analysis would be great as well
About CareSet Systems
Careset Systems (https://careset.com), the commercial arm of DocGraph, decodes Medicare claims data to guide new drug launches for pharmaceutical companies. Using the largest single cohort of patients available, CareSet groups Medicare claims into patient journeys by disease, then tracks how their diseases progress and which teams of doctors treat them. With CareSet, promising drugs find the right patients faster, and at lower cost.
Joel Test score: 10 out of 12
The Joel Test is a twelve-question measure of the quality of a software team.
- Do you use source control? YES
- Can you make a build in one step? YES
- Do you make daily builds? NO
- Do you have a bug database? YES
- Do you fix bugs before writing new code? YES
- Do you have an up-to-date schedule? YES
- Do you have a spec? NO
- Do programmers have quiet working conditions? YES
- Do you use the best tools money can buy? YES
- Do you have testers? YES
- Do new candidates write code during their interview? YES
- Do you practice hallway usability testing? YES