There are over 1,600 Digital Health Jobs Open in Massachusetts

January 14, 2020
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MassDigitalHealth.org Editors


Are you looking to kick off the New Year with a new job? With over 1,600 digital health job openings in Massachusetts, there is something for everyone who is looking to make an impact within the healthcare industry. Whether you are looking for a job in the Greater Boston area or the Berkshires,y ou will find your next opportunity on the Massachusetts Digital Health Jobs Board. Here are four companies looking to grow their teams in the New Year:

 

Buoy Health logoAre you thinking about joining a growing startup? Buoy Health is a healthcare startup that is focused on developing an interactive tool, powered by AI technology, to support consumers with analyzing their symptoms and optimizing their patient care. They are currently looking to hire in many areas, particularly for positions on their research and engineering teams.

 

Decisions Resource Group logoDecisions Resources Group, based in Burlington, is looking to hire individuals across various roles. They want to work with people who are passionate about understanding the healthcare industry through data and insights. Consider a role at DRG if you are ready to support the industry across areas like pharma, biotech, financial services, and more.

 

Firefly Health logoAre you an individual with a strong engineering background, or are you someone who is interested in the intersection of healthcare and design? Firefly Health is looking for a Software Engineer and a UI Designer to support their mission in optimizing healthy choices for patients. Consider Firefly Health if you are excited about improving the primary care space.

 

Ovia HealthAre you passionate about maternal and child health? Ovia Health, the leading maternity and family benefits solution for employers and health plans, is looking to expand their business development, marketing, and product teams. Consider applying if you want to join an organization that looks to reduce healthcare costs, improve clinical outcomes, and support women and families.