HN Who is Hiring November 2018 - Health Care and Life Sciences

Hi, I'm Jacob, co-founder of Superconductive Health where we help companies with their data infrastructure including ETL services and data quality monitoring solutions.

From time to time I take a look at the monthly Hacker News Who is Hiring thread to see what health-care start ups are out there and what they are working on.  Here are the companies from November 2018:

Sense Health is changing the mental health landscape of the Netherlands by providing remote therapy using our service NiceDay.

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences  makes actual hardware products. This group makes boxes that sniff air and tell you how clean it is. Useful for microchip makers and especially drug companies.

Stasis Labs increases hospital access to automatic, continuous monitoring with our smart cloud-connected monitoring solutions.

Recursion Pharmaceuticals' long term mission is to decode biology to radically improve lives - we want to understand biology so well that we can fix most things that go wrong in our bodies.

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

Invitae is a healthcare technology company that leverages genetic information to empower doctors and patients to make informed medical decisions.

PicnicHealth's mission is to structure the world’s medical data to make it useful. We work directly with patients to collect, digitize, and manage their complete medical records, giving them with control over their care. Beyond serving patients directly, we partner with biotech, genomics, and pharma companies who sponsor PicnicHealth accounts for research volunteers.

PathAI is working to detect cancer faster and more accurately while paving the way toward personalized medicine.

Project Ronin is on a mission to transform cancer intelligence by providing access to all the best clinical knowledge contextualized for the oncologist, truly personalized choices & shared decision making for every patient, and a dynamic deep learning data analytics engine fueled by real-world evidence.

Omada Health is a digital health company on a mission to make healthy behavior change more accessible and achievable.

Karuna Health builds software that automates common care care coordination tasks so that care management teams can get back to what they do best: being there for patients when they need help the most.

Elvie is building hardware to help make women’s lives better every single day such as the world’s first silent wearable breast pump.

Carrot, Inc. is building the world's 1st smoking cessation solution (coaching + mobile app + breath sensor).

Wellframe helps healthcare organizations support every aspect of health beyond the four walls of care delivery.

LeanTaaS is a fast growing healthcare predictive analytics company that uses sophisticated math and lean principles to make healthcare providers more efficient. Customers include some of the nation’s largest hospitals including 15 of the top 30 Cancer Centers.

Jacob Alcauskas is the Co-founder and COO of Superconductive Health.  Superconductive Health focuses on dramatically accelerating the value of data in healthcare.  Our team is a rare blend of two crucial skill sets: deep domain knowledge of healthcare data, and cutting-edge expertise in data engineering, automation, and machine learning. We believe that faster, higher quality exchange of information, both within and between organizations, is a lever point for healthcare — a key enabler to improve patient outcomes, lower costs, and accelerate research.

Superconductive Health is pioneering tools and process that dramatically accelerate the mundane—but critical—work of building and maintaining the context-rich data pipelines that enable research, analytics, workflow, interoperability, and AI.  Our Data Engineering service offerings and Data Checkpoints product suite have the power to dramatically cut the overhead cost of data work in healthcare and life sciences. Agile data practice, deep domain knowledge, and proprietary workflow tools make us the best data engineers in healthcare.

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