• Part-time Position
  • IT Department
  • No Remote Working
  • Paris, France Location
  • Needed Skills

We are looking for a passionate person to join our team and help develop our software platform.

"Skills can be learned, passion can't!"

Whether you are a college student looking for a side project or a software guru who wants to create real-world value, this is your chance to work on a challenging project that has the potential to completely change the healthcare system.

If you are also interested in entrepreneurship, we can give you the chance to explore different aspects of our product and lead some value proposition streams.

We are primarily looking for part-time collaborators or freelancers but, if you have any other ideas to better fit your work routine, just get in touch and we will be happy to discuss it.

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To apply for this position contact the creator of the job: Message Giammarco Pacifico

About Careyou technologies

What is medical adherence?

Worldwide, 50% of chronic patients are not following their physician's prescription. Due to the severity of their conditions, this problem causes 7.5 million death per year and a 10% increase in hospitalization rate.

How are we solving it?

Medical non-adherence can be divided into two categories: intentional and non-intentional. We are addressing both issues by building a wearable medical device that records every medicament patients are taking, in real-time, using an advanced vision algorithm. Based on this data, we help doctors make better decisions based on their prescribed treatments. Our platform connects patients, physicians, pharmacists and caregivers. It improves communication and creates a trustworthy community around patients.

Why are we solving this problem?

Non-adherence is an invisible killer to patients, healthcare professionals and families. It's a very complex problem and it does not fit into anybody's specific responsibilities.

Our mission is to create a comprehensive solution and deploy technology at the service of patients!