Stitch is a patient messaging platform for healthcare teams. Our mission is to deliver real impacts on healthcare outcomes by improving the ability for patients and providers to collaborate. Our software suite includes tools for team messaging, patient messaging, and patient management, delivered through modern web and mobile technologies. Our users are healthcare teams — consisting of doctors, nurses, social workers, pharmacists and more — and their patients.
We're backed by some of the world's best investors, including Bill Gurley of Benchmark Capital and Y Combinator. We've raised a Series A round and are growing fast.
Already serve over 70 healthcare organizations every day. Providers rely on our software for critical communications, and and are deeply plugged into our product. We're building one of the highest engagement tools in healthcare.
We're building a new healthcare experience using cutting-edge technologies. Healthcare teams need to easily access critical patient data wherever they are, from any device. To achieve this, our stack is Elixir/Phoenix/PostgreSQL on the back-end, React on the front-end, native iOS and Android, and Electron for desktop.
We're solving the problem in healthcare that matters most to people: making it a great customer experience. Our product is deeply meaningful to healthcare teams and our work strongly resonates with what millions of patients want. Stitch is working on a powerful mission, and it shows in our customer relationships.
Our engineering teams operates on weekly sprint cycles. Each week we sync with the customer team to determine the highest priority items and ensure specs are fully laid out. We use JIRA to manage our tickets for each cycle. JIRA issues move through a structured development flow, from UX reviews with the product manager, to integration tests, to lead developer code reviews and staging QA. At the end of each day, we push staging to production.
1) Building a seamless cross platform experience focused on extremely high daily active usage
2) Using Elixir/Phoenix to build a scalable platform for millions of providers and patients
3) Creating a Stitch App Store for developers to build on the Stitch platform
4) Developing EHR integrations to access patient data
5) Security requirements to meet HIPAA and other stringent Enterprise security requirements
You would work on the architecture for adding in additional modules to our platform, enabling us to open new lines of business.
You would work on an optimistic UI so providers can continue caring for patients across a range of suboptimal settings, from offline to low connectivity.
You would build out our open API for customers to begin adding custom integrations.
You would build an analytics services that provides population health insights based on patient data flowing through Stitch teams, for example search term trends within Stitch.
We're a small but powerful team. Above all we value clear communication, hard work and intellectual aptitude.
Mandatory 3 week minimum vacation time.
Most of us are in the office from 9-5, but hours are flexible. If you need a day off to work from home, take one! We're a team that loves being together, and a team that holds each other accountable for productivity, regardless of when or where the work is done.
All pets are welcome! We don't currently have any, but there's palpable excitement for an office dog...
Full medical and dental coverage.
If you need to work from home every now and then, we encourage you to do so.
Every Friday we go to Archive for team Happy Hour. We're also big game night fans — 7 Wonders or poker, we'll give you a run for your money.
We have two office spaces within the Soma WeWork. It's a fantastic location right in the center of San Francisco. Plenty of phenomenal restaurants within a block, and right next to public transit.
We provide an educational stipend for continued learning, something we highly value at Stitch. In addition, we're part of the Y Combinator community, which offers ample opportunities for networking, mentorship and meetups.
Earlier this year we went to Laguna Hills for the weekend. Upcoming: Tahoe!
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