Healthcare Integrations Specialist
Medical Management Systems via Stack Overflow
Jul 12th 2018
We are looking for a motivated individual who has experience of integrating healthcare systems using the various messaging formats out there. The following requirements are relatively flexible if you have significant integrations experience in other fields:
Very comfortable with structured data formats including:
* DICOM Modality Worklist (Query / Retrieve)
* DICOM Archive / Storage Servers
HL7 Standards and integrations
TCP communication / Networking familiarity (including HTTP/HTTPS protocols)
Background working with both SOAP and REST APIs
Ever worked with Mirth Connect or Cloverleaf (cross platform HL7 interface and routing engines)
We develop a very comprehensive healthcare web-application that runs all aspects of a medical practice (from GP practices up to large hospitals groups). Our application includes:
Patient medical record system
Comprehensive consultation suite
Reporting and query system for analytics
Clinical text analysis using NLP
Occupational health portal
PACS system (MRI/X-ray/Ultrasound)
And much more...
We have a very relaxed working environment that is more akin to a start-up than a company that's been running for 12 years. We have a team of 10 developers who are very capable and committed . There are no office politics or any of that nonsense, it's a very collaborative environment. We try to keep quite a flat structure where we expect developers to take responsibility for dealing with everything in their purview (with the CTO there as adviser if needed). This has allowed us to keep the team small and efficient.
We need creatively minded individuals who can solve unique problems; not just with code and integration problems, but in improving healthcare too. Healthcare professionals are often not very tech-savvy, and are therefore either scared or incapable of communicating with tech-people. So I need individuals that can hear a real world problem and think creatively and with empathy for the end user.