We have a secret - a non-obvious, but very powerful wedge into healthcare which allows us to transform the system from within, while building a massive sustainable business. We are leveraging machine learning to build towards a future where patients aren't bankrupted and healthcare workers can solely focus on the
care part of healthcare.
We are solving a critical problem for hospitals and patients, and are simultaneously addressing a $100B market. While the company is in stealth right now, below is a high level overview of the company, and we are happy to get into more details over a call
We've been executing rapidly; in a short period of time (just 6 months), our customers already include one of the largest health systems in the US (which does $12B in annual revenue), with multiple other mega-health systems in our pipeline
Skilled and complementary founding team. Early engineers get to meaningfully own the development of category-defining products while benefiting from the mentorship of experienced engineering leaders
Andreessen Horowitz led our funding (unannounced since company is in stealth)
Competitive salary and equity for the right candidates
Experienced and complementary founding team with the following backgrounds:
CEO was previously a partner at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley managing $10B in assets, where he helped start and build their healthcare investment team. He worked on almost 20 investments totaling over $250M in deal value. Started the company after discovering a massive healthcare opportunity that was largely unaddressed by, and unknown to, strong technology teams
CTO is a CS PhD from Stanford, where he focused on AI in Sebastian Thrun’s lab, and has worked on a wide variety of cutting-edge AI applications for over 15 years. He started an AI company out of his PhD, sold it to Google and worked on Google’s AI research team. He then started a cloud computing company, and sold it to Udacity, where he was previously head of AI
VP Eng is a Berkeley CS grad, former Google engineer, and was on the founding team at Counsyl (a genomics healthcare company). He helped grow Counsyl from 6 people to over 500 people and an acquisition last summer for ~$400M. He previously led a team of almost 100 people at Counsyl, and built most of their systems from scratch; his healthcare experience from Counsyl is very relevant to the problem we’re solving
VP Ops is a former partner from the Advisory Board Company (recently acquired for $2.6B) and Optum, two of the most influential incumbents in healthcare operations. An industry leader who has spoken at numerous national conferences, he was the youngest person to rise to a Partner role at the firm. He has deep operational expertise and relationships in healthcare, having previously worked with over 125 health systems
Free lunch and snacks at the office
We have free gym access at our office and beautiful running trails right outside by the bay
We provide full medical, dental, vision and life insurance
Employees can work from home two days a week
We offer a $5k out of state stipend if you're moving from out of state
We're located right by the bay in South San Francisco so we get fantastic views and a beautiful walking trail right outside
Free regular shuttles to and from the office from both the Bart stop and the Caltrain stop
Flexible vacation policy
Most of our team works from 9 - 10 am to 5 - 6 pm, but we don't have hard rules on this - we care about productivity, not hours
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