Cadence is currently hiring mission-obsessed engineers who are passionate about delivering transformative care to millions of patients with chronic conditions across the United States. In a new video, Cadence's engineering and product leaders opened up about the mission of the company and why it is such an exciting place to work.
"The reason why I find the mission of Cadence so exciting is because we have an opportunity to dramatically increase the quality of care for everyone in the country who has a chronic condition," said Eric Hauser, Chief Technology Officer of Cadence. "It's something you can really wake up every day and get excited about."
Cadence, a health tech company helping patients with chronic conditions receive better health care outside of the hospital, has assembled a team of best-in-class engineers, data scientists, designers and product managers with experience from top-tier companies. Working with leading health system partners like LifePoint Health and Community Health Systems, the company has built a state-of-the-art Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) program to deliver transformative remote care to patients with four conditions: heart failure, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Cadence's technology is designed to be seamless and easy to use, both for patients and for providers. Patients receive smart devices to measure their vitals each morning, and the results get uploaded to a cloud-based monitoring and engagement platform. Clinicians track and analyze this data, and then leverage protocol-driven algorithms to deliver remote care.
"From the beginning, we built Cadence for scale. There are millions of patients in this country with one or more chronic diseases," Hauser said. "Our software is designed to get more intelligent through every interaction that we have with the patient and every treatment that we put the patient through."
"You're having 80-year-olds texting us, letting us know that they're feeling great [and] that they're taking their medications," added Ana Patsiornik, an Advanced Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner at Cadence, in the video. "I think they feel very empowered with their own health."
Cadence is currently hiring engineers, data scientists, and product managers. Sarine Babikian, a Data Product Manager at Cadence, described why she's so excited about Cadence as a place to work.
"If you're someone who's mission oriented, who loves working next to really really smart people, this is the place to be," she said.
To learn more about current job openings at Cadence, visit the Join Our Team page and explore further. Watch the entire video describing more about Cadence below: