We want to give Arizona University and college students the opportunity to learn healthcare IT and start using their talents in improving the lives of the patients.
Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
Health BI, a healthcare software company in Scottsdale, Arizona announces its internship program that will provide Arizona University and college students with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in developing healthcare IT applications. Health BI is a developer of software solutions for the Population Health Management market, and creator of the HealthCollaborate Care Coordination Information System.
“Healthcare IT is one of the fastest growing fields in our economy and it’s highly specialized. We need to start investing on developing software programmers, early on, who understand the complex healthcare system and workflow. Arizona universities and colleges have a great pool of sharp young folks who are doing great things in IT and developing apps. We want to give these folks the opportunity to learn healthcare IT and start using their talents in improving the lives of the patients,” says Koorosh Yasami, Health BI co-founder and CTO.
Health BI will offer internship to students with strong computer sciences and software programing background. Internships are available for qualified undergraduate and graduate students and all positions are paid.
About Health BI
Health BI is the leading developer of Transitional Care Management Technology Solutions for the Population Health Management market. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Health BI was created by a team of Health IT Innovators and physicians to fill the need for tools that enable healthcare providers and payers to reduce costs and penalties by automating care coordination, care transition and patient engagement. Health BI’s HealthCollaborate™ Care Coordination Information System is an automated suite of products that enables providers and payers to navigate patients through the continuum of care while engaging patients in the decision-making process.