HN Who is Hiring April 2019 - Health Care and Life Sciences

Hi, I'm Jacob, President of Flybridge VI, a strategy consultancy focusing on data at the intersection of health care and life sciences.

From time to time I take a look at the monthly Hacker News Who is Hiring thread to see what healthcare and life-sciences start ups are out there and what they are working on.  Here are the companies from April 2019:

Health and Human Services (HHS) serves millions of Americans with diverse health care needs. Join the offices of the Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer to help us modernize IT environments across the agency.

At Noom, we use scientifically-proven methods to help users get a handle on chronic medical conditions like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.

Tia is the next generation women’s healthcare platform bringing empathy and innovation together to help women thrive.

BioRender is creating the standard visual language of biology and the suite of tools to communicate it.

Atomwise uses a deep learning approach to discover new medicines.

GoodRx is America’s leading prescription price transparency platform.

Spring Discovery is using ML to accelerate the discovery of therapies for aging and its diseases.

At Big Health, we're building a digital medicine platform that uses clinically proven techniques to help our users deal with the problems of worry and sleeplessness.

Commure, Inc. is a stealth startup working to fix the software doctors use.

Bainbridge Health, a spinout of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), is making the hospital a safer place for patients. We are building a data analytics and clinical intelligence system for hospital medication safety management.

At Genospace, our mission is to deliver the software platform that makes biomedical data useful and usable by everyone.

Asteris, Inc builds web applications in support of the veterinarian imaging industry.

Bay Labs is a venture-backed medical technology company at the forefront of applying artificial intelligence (AI) to cardiovascular imaging.

Transcriptic is turning life science into an information technology by creating a fully automated cloud wet lab.

Blackfynn has established a framework of technology and services that are beginning to tackle the tough challenges surrounding neurological disorders.

NorthStar’s mission is to transform the medical radioisotopes industry by becoming a global leader of innovative diagnostic & therapeutic medical radioisotopes.

CareEvolution's mission is to create better patient outcomes by modernizing - and connecting - our health IT systems.

Jacob Alcauskas is the President of Flybridge VI, a strategy consultancy focusing on data at the intersection of health care and life sciences.

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