Remote UX Designer at Tuple Health

at Tuple Health (Anywhere)

About Tuple
Tuple Health’s goal is to make it simpler to deliver high quality healthcare at a lower cost. We believe fixing healthcare starts by relentlessly focusing on improving the user experience for clinicians and patients. We think of Tuple Health as a design company, with technology enabling new ways of practicing medicine. Our software needs to reflect the knowledge, experience, and insights of physicians, nurses, assistants, administrators, patients, user researchers, designers, and data scientists. We provide services alongside our software, which deepens our understanding of the pain points users are facing in an industry that is rapidly changing.

The Role
We are currently looking for a UX Designer to work on a tool for oncology clinics to explore their claims data (see more below). The data component is heavy, so experience with creating dashboards and data exploration tools (including some data visualization) is key. If you’ve done work in the healthcare field, that will make it easier for you to understand the content quickly. We are deeply committed to human-centered design, so expect you to be able to design and conduct user research studies. Because you’ll be working independently, this isn’t a good fit for someone just out of school or in the process of transitioning into UX Design.

This would be on a contract basis at about 15 hours a week for the next few months at least. If the fit is right, this could develop into an ongoing engagement or full time position as the company and our projects grow. We are located in DC, but primarily work remotely from each other so you can be anywhere.

If you think you’re a great fit for this project, please send us a resume and some relevant work samples (or links to such) to accountsbc [at] tuplehealth.com

More about the current project
The users of the tool (a web-based application) are clinic leaders and physicians, who are making choices on how to deliver better quality care and cut costs (they are all taking part in a new Medicare program called the Oncology Care Model).

Some sections of the product have been wireframed, but could use a heuristic analysis to start, and other sections of the product have yet to be developed. There are challenges to solve around the navigation through different sections of the site (types of claims information), and how to effectively present data in a compelling and interactive way.



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Published on 16-02-2017