Senior Product Designer

Telecommute · Austin, Texas, United States

Description

DocStation is a platform that makes it easy for pharmacists to transition away from dispensing pills to providing clinical care for patients. We built the platform with their workflow in mind as opposed to billing requirements, which plagues most of the industry/market. We’re also in a unique position because the majority of the tech innovation has happened at the Hospital/Health System level while pharmacy has been left in the stone age; which is a huge market opportunity as pharmacy starts to catch up.

We receive data from insurance claims on a daily, weekly, monthly cadence that we transform into patient profiles, medication lists, and insights in the UI in order to augment the clinical work of pharmacists to give them time back in their day. We have lots of data at our fingertips and we need your help presenting it to pharmacists so they can take even better care of their patients.

As an early employee, you'll help establish a design system to tighten up our current product offering while setting the stage for where we're headed in the next 6-12 months. We've got a clear path forward in terms of how we can continue to streamline a pharmacists workflow and give them time back in their busy schedules but we need your help to make sure we're solving those problems in a foundational manner so we can continue to build on them.

You'll set up processes that will enable us to not only solve small problems quickly but also to craft the future of DocStation. You'll work in a collaborative environment, demonstrating empathy for our users while balancing the vision and constraints of engineering.

Requirements

Some things you might work on:

You will do phenomenal in this role if you have:

It's a plus if you also have:

Why is now the right time for DocStation & Value Based Pharmacy?:

The American healthcare system is broken (watch this episode of Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj) and pharmacists are in a unique position to help take better care of patients while saving money in the process. Thankfully, the traditional business model of dispensing pills (how most people think of pharmacists) is going the way of the dodo due to razor thin margins (thanks Amazon/PillPack). Pharmacists are eager to increase the amount of clinical care they're providing and health plans/insurers are starting to recognize the value of that work.

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Benefits

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We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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