COTA is a technology platform that enables providers, payers, and life science companies involved in diagnosing and treating complex diseases to optimize the care of individual patients and lower the overall cost of the patient population served. It is powered by the patented COTA Nodal AddressTM (CNA) system, a unique digital classification methodology built by leading physicians and data scientists. The CNA is the first and only system that precisely categorizes patient factors, their diseases and intended therapies, enabling precision medicine at scale.
COTA's technology enriches raw medical records to create research-grade data, and joins it with a suite of analysis, visualization, and management tools. This enables providers, payers, and life sciences companies to analyze and report on research outcomes, costs, treatments, and quality at any granularity and stage of the patient journey. The result is a constantly improving system that merges technology and science to help improve the lives of patients everywhere.
COTA is looking for the right individual to join our fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. As a Clinical Product Associate you will be responsible for a critical piece of our company’s success - our medical data abstraction platform. You will report to the Director of Clinical Product Development and work at the core of how COTA captures and expresses oncology data.
Applicants need to be self-starters who understand and enjoy the challenges around working with varied stakeholders. Candidates must have the ability to identify key oncology data elements and accurately interpret data definitions in compliance with COTA data dictionaries.
- Perform user testing of COTA proprietary oncology management system and provide feedback for platform improvements
- Work with Engineering, Medical, and Operations teams, as well as others in the Product team to assist in the development of new features and tools that will substantially grow the platform’s capabilities
- Assist in scoping the needs of providers by holding on-site meetings, collecting requirements, and distilling them into instructions for platform engineers
- Possess a keen attention to detail
- Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Biology/Biological Sciences or Nursing Programs. Advanced degrees preferred.
- Four (4) or more years of experience working with oncology datasets
- Subject matter expertise in one or several cancer types
- Knowledge of medical/oncology terminology, standard medical abbreviations and pharmacy terms
- Knowledge of clinical workflows to understand health information pertinent to various visits and procedures
- Experience with EHR systems
- Proficiency in Google tools including Google Sheets, Google Docs, and Google Slides, as well as the MS Office Suite