Our client's mission is to serve cancer patients and customers by dramatically improving treatment and accelerating research. The team is building a disruptive, oncology-specific software platform that connects cancer centers, hospitals, and researchers across the world on a common technology infrastructure to address key healthcare challenges.
Today, the platform includes the industry-leading electronic medical record system for oncology, a first-of-its-kind analytics tool, patient portal, and integrated billing management. The goal is to help cancer centers and life science companies leverage real-world oncology data at a scale and clinical depth never before seen, to advance cancer care and accelerate research.
The company is a place where engineers of all kinds can thrive. There are a tremendous amount of customer facing and internal tools, as well as a robust big data infrastructure with access ti billions of data points related to cancer patients.
The company was acquired by a publicly traded firm less than a year ago. The acquisition price was nearly $2 billion. The new parent company has a market cap of well over $200 billion.
The global oncology treatment market is nearly $130 billion and growing at an annualized rate of over 10%. In its 2018 report, Global Oncology Trends 2018, the Iqvia Institute states that:
"Advances in technology and the use of information will act as driving forces that will impact oncology treatment and costs over the next decade. This would include advances in drugs and medical devices, as well as the use of real-world data, artificial intelligence and mobile apps to drive better patient engagement. One example of advancement in technology is the increasing ubiquity of mobile apps across many countries, and the growing body of evidence that apps can improve diagnosis, treatment, adherence and other aspects of patient experience in cancer. [...] the U.S. market [for oncology treatment] reaching as much as $100 billion by 2022, averaging 12–15% growth."
Are you passionate about using modern web technologies to enable clinical workflows and help save lives? As a Full Stack Engineer, you will craft intuitive web interfaces to make complex data accessible and useful through extensive web-based applications that improve oncologists' complex workflows so that they can focus on their patients. The role is abour 70% front end, 30% back end using NodeJS and AngularJS.