Software Engineer, Implementation
- San Francisco, CA, United States
About the Role As an Implementation Engineer, you'll be a part of our engineering team to ensure successful deployment and integration of our solutions. AKASA is based in South San Francisco. As a company, we embraced remote work before COVID-19. We consider ourselves experts in working collaboratively wherever our team members happen to reside.
What We Offer
Work with an experienced and complementary founding team consisting of serial entrepreneurs, AI experts and healthcare industry leaders
Meaningfully own or contribute to category-defining products that fundamentally change healthcare operations
Great compensation package and equity grants
Generous coverage for health, dental and vision insurance
Full employer coverage for life insurance
Free membership to One Medical (Concierge Clinic) for you and your family (if you are in a region covered by One Medical)
Flexible schedules and personal time off (PTO)
Paid company holidays and bonus
At AKASA, our mission is to build the future of healthcare with AI. We believe that complexity in medical billing and reimbursement in the United States drives up the hidden costs that we all pay, both financially and in the erosion of trust in our healthcare system. We’re here to change that.
AKASA's unique expert-in-the-loop approach, Unified Automation™, combines modern machine-learning with human judgment and subject matter expertise to provide resilient automation. As the only Unified Automation company for healthcare, we use the same machine learning approaches that made driverless cars possible to provide health systems with a single solution for revenue cycle management.
There’s a unique sense of home and family at AKASA and much of it is driven by our team - from the bottom up you might say. In our remote environment, we have dedicated slack channels for sharing pictures of pets and another for sharing pictures of kids. We also have a highlights channel where folks can share their highlights from each week and they can be either work related or personal. Meetings are routinely conducted with kids or dogs on laps and there have been any number of instances where team members or the company has sent care packages or meal gift cards when someone has had to care for a sick parent or family member. We also prioritize making time to come together for team building activities that include everything from chocolate tastings to painting and building gingerbread houses for the holidays. We support one another as people as well as supporting one another as colleagues.
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