Cadence is hiring mission-oriented clinicians to help deliver world-class care to patients using Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) technology. In a new video, Cadence clinicians, company leaders, and patients describe how the health tech company is helping patients with chronic conditions receive better healthcare outside of the hospital, as well as why the company is such an exciting place to work.
"At Cadence, we have a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a company that truly impacts patients' lives and sets a new standard for how healthcare can be delivered," said Cadence founder and CEO Chris Altchek in the video. "These kinds of opportunities don't come around very often, and that's why I'm so excited to be part of this team."
Together with some of the largest hospital systems in the country, including LifePoint Health and Community Health Systems (CHS), Cadence has built a state-of-the-art RPM program and can deliver transformative care to patients with chronic conditions, such as heart failure, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
The team consists of best-in-class clinicians with decades of collective experience from leading health institutions, such as Cleveland Clinic, Duke and Northwestern Medical Center — working alongside a world-class technology team to help deliver transformative care. One of those clinicians, Ana Patsiornik, an Advanced Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner at Cadence, described in the video why she's so inspired to work at the company.
"It's very exciting to be part of a team that has the same vision of delivering quality, patient-centered care," said Patsiornik. "[We're] bringing guideline, evidence-based medicine to these rural areas of the country. Patients [are] receiving the very best care, right in their homes without having to drive miles and miles to get to the nearest care."
Cadences' patients use smart devices to measure their vitals each morning. These results get uploaded to a software platform, where clinicians track and analyze the data multiple times per day, interact with patients, and deliver high quality care.
"The patients actually begin to look forward to our conversations. They feel excited," Patsiornik said. "You're having 80-year-olds texting us, letting us know that they're feeling great [and] that they're taking their medications."
Patsiornik encouraged any clinician who's currently applying for remote healthcare jobs or those seeking the opportunity to work in an exciting and fast-paced environment to apply to work at Cadence. From nurse practitioner to care coordinator positions, Cadence has job openings enabling career transitions to remote care.
"I think any clinician who likes to operate at the top of their license, who likes to deliver world class care, who likes evidence-based medicine is the right person for this job," she said. "If you're a person who's thinking about joining Cadence, I say go for it. Don't wait. Be part of something great."
To learn more about the current remote healthcare job openings at Cadence, visit the Join Our Team page and explore the available opportunities. Watch the entire video describing more about what it is like to work at Cadence below: