HN Who is Hiring October 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 October 2018:

ReifyHealth is building clinical trial software that makes a difference in people's lives.

Emerald builds an at home health monitoring sensor that sends custom Wi-Fi like signals that can accurately determine a variety of health metrics - gait, falls, daily activities, and even breathing and heart rate.

Curology is a telemedicine startup focused on making dermatology accessible to everyone.

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

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

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. We also partner with biotech, genomics, and pharma companies who sponsor PicnicHealth accounts for research volunteers.

CareStack is a dental practice management SaaS.

ProteinQure is building the next generation of computational tools to aid in early-stage drug discovery.

Project Rōnin is building a platform for clinicians to quickly and intuitively view and restructure patient information, allowing for truly individualized care for every patient.

Nava partners with both the Department of Veterans Affairs and Medicare. With the VA, we are working to modernize their appeals system, making millions of veteran’s lives better through the process. For Medicare, we are designing and building the architecture for Medicare's historic transition towards value-based care.

At Radix, we build a compiler and operating system for the computer architecture expressed by a biology lab. We do this to allow biologists to disseminate their work in a runnable form to other labs.

At MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science, we're applying machine learning to healthcare to improve patient care and reduce inefficiency

V7 Deep Learning (vision) in real-time for cancer research laboratories

Venture Research, Inc uses RFID to improve inventory and replenishment processes in hospitals, labs, and clinics and automatically track pallets, containers, and other assets around a facility.

Recursion Pharmaceuticals applies machine learning to one of the most unique datasets in existence - tens of millions of images of cells under a huge number of biological and chemical perturbations, generated in their own labs - in order to find treatments for hundreds of diseases.

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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