Lead Software Engineer
Iowa City, IA
At OmniLife, we are revolutionizing how healthcare professionals communicate.
We believe in maximizing the gift of life by providing transplant clinicians with the latest and most advanced communication and artificial intelligent technology to reduce the 54% of donated organs that are wasted every year in the U.S. alone. With that mission in mind, working at OmniLife means that you will be surrounded by colleagues who are constantly challenging the status quo, thinking two steps ahead, meeting the high standards we set for ourselves, and providing unsurpassed customer service. At OmniLife, everything we do starts with “Why?” and results with lives being saved. If these things excite you, we want to hear from you!
HealthTech Solutions, Inc. (d/b/a OmniLife) seeks a Lead Software Engineer. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science or a scientific field such as Biology or Chemistry or a related field plus 5 years related experience in software development and/or architecture and 3 years with the following:
Working within healthcare industry
HL7v.3 and/or Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)
Working with Patient Identity Management
Working as technology lead
Experience to also include 2 years with REST.
Coralville, IA job. Send resume: Cindy Edge, HealthTech Solutions, Inc. (d/b/a OmniLife), 2500 Crosspark Road, #W150F, Coralville, IA 52241. Equal Opportunity Employer.
The OmniLife Story
OmniLife builds modern secure mobile messaging software for transplant teams to review organ offers, coordinate their multi-discipline care teams, and save lives by maximizing organ utilization. Our team strives to set a new bar for enterprise software with modern, well-designed, real-time apps.
The connected purpose to the donation and transplant industry starts with the founders. Dalton Shaull, founder and CEO, received an experimental nerve transplant to regain function of his right arm which was paralyzed for over 8 months following a near-fatal motorcycle accident. Eric Pahl, founder and CTO, has 3 aunts waiting for life-saving liver transplants. Dalton's uncle, a heart transplant surgeon, initially brought their attention to the communication challenges and the current inefficiencies and lack of security.
Making a Difference
Since our incorporation in Feb 2016, have raised $1.5 million, grown our team, and delivered our first commercial-ready product, TXP Chat™ which is used by over 200 transplant clinicians and successfully facilitated over 200 life-saving transplants to date.