Signify Health, the US healthcare platform is set to create 125 new positions as a result of opening a new tech centre in Galway. They currently employ 2,000 individuals in the US.
The company uses superior technology, analytics, and nationwide healthcare provider networks. They have said the new positions will come into place over the next two years.
The tech centre will drive technology innovation for the company and be situated in Galway city. It will transform how US healthcare is delivered and paid for. The company was established in 2017 and provides technology-enabled services to patients, providers, and payers. In addition, they have a national mobile network of around 10,000 nurse practitioners and physicians.
Chief Technology Officer at Signify Health, Josh Builder has said: “The team at our Galway technology centre will be designing solutions that solve some of US healthcare’s most difficult and elusive problems. Our success will depend on being able to apply a diverse set of experiences to the challenges we face in enabling a patient-centric, cloud-based environment that brings healthcare wherever health happens.”
He adds: “We know first-hand that Ireland is home to professionals who not only have the experience we need, but who are energised to opportunities to make a meaningful difference in healthcare, and we are excited to now also call the west of Ireland home.”
The company will be looking to fill a number of positions in software engineering and project management. They will also be looking to hire scrum masters. Those interested in the positions to come should keep an eye on the company’s website.