At accuRx, we're building a world-famous healthcare communication platform. Our mission is simple - to change lives by bringing patients and their healthcare teams together. Our technology is revolutionising how technology is adopted and how care is delivered in healthcare.
Established in 2016 and now with £9m in Series A funding, accuRx is one of the UK's fastest-growing tech startups. In two years, we grew from only a few GP practices using us to over 50% of practices in England. Today, over 95% of GP practices rely on us to communicate with their patients. We've just launched in hospitals and are already used by over 15% of hospitals in England. Our vision is that anyone involved in a patient's care can communicate with each other.
In response to COVID-19, we spent March and April working tirelessly to release new features to help frontline staff. This includes a video consultation solution that went from zero to 35,000 daily consultations in the space of 8 weeks.
Unlike many healthtech companies, we are a software provider, not a healthcare provider. We allow existing health and care systems (starting with the NHS in the UK) to deliver technology-enabled care, free from any AI/Blockchain-hype.
We are looking for a well-rounded Product Designer to help us shape the future of communication in healthcare.
Working closely with our Lead Product Designer and the wider Product team, you will contribute across a broad spectrum of impactful projects from day one. As one of the first few Product Designers in to the business you'll have a huge part to play in shaping what we build.
As a Product designer at accuRx you will give life to ideas by:
On top of that you'll work with a team of cross-functional teammates to achieve a common vision. We value collaboration above all else, so sharing work early and often is vital. We see feedback as one of our greatest tools for refining and shaping ideas. That means Product Designers at accuRx need to feel just as comfortable letting go of solutions, as they do championing them.
Why not read Matt's blog post on what surprised him about working in healthcare!