The Human Diagnosis Project (Human Dx) is looking for a physician leader to drive our efforts to bring the joy back to medical practice while increasing access and affordability of high-quality healthcare. We are seeking a physician with a deep clinical, medical education, and healthcare industry background to join a mission-driven, early-stage healthcare institution.
We are looking to expand our team with exceptional people who possess a strong sense of social mission. The team has included alumni of leading organizations (e.g., the World Health Organization, the White House, Google, Facebook, McKinsey, and Blackstone) and universities (e.g., Oxford, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, and Berkeley).
- Scale a cutting-edge digital health platform, including the design, implementation, and evaluation of initiatives that substantially improve quality, access, and affordability of patient care and medical education globally.
- Lead partnership meetings (including with health systems, physician groups, academic institutions, hospital networks, technology companies, employers, insurers, foundations, and governments).
- Represent Human Dx at conferences, with the press, on social media, and in other public-facing contexts.
- Advise on the development of the Human Dx software to allow physicians and other medical professionals to measure and develop clinical reasoning and to provide medical insight to patients in a fun and engaging way, all while giving them control over their practices.
- Guide efforts to build a movement of health professionals and trainees in over 80 countries to democratize medical expertise globally.
- Delivering on the promise of healthcare innovation through repeatable, scalable execution.
- Getting institutions and individuals excited about changing healthcare and ensuring commitments, small and large, to drive that change.
- Developing programs and partnerships that improve society for current and future generations at the intersection of global health, medical knowledge, and open data.
- Graduated from a top medical school and/or residency training program.
- Continue to practice medicine part-time.
- At least 5 years of experience prior to or following clinical training, with increasingly senior leadership roles and ideally P&L/budget accountability.
- A commitment to service and a strong desire to help people without access to healthcare.
- Experience working and thriving in early-stage organizations and/or other resource-constrained environments.
- Eagerness to join a high-performance institution and continually advance your knowledge and skills through self-reflection and feedback.
Location: New York City, or San Francisco. Remote work will be considered after several months of working together in-person.
Start date: Immediate.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience and comparable roles at other early-stage, mission-driven organizations.