Our stack: .NET Core, ASP.NET Core 2.2+, .NET Framework 4.7, Docker, Linux, Kubernetes, AWS (s3),
OAuth2.0, identity server, DDD, event sourcing, CQRS, microservice architecture, MySQL, Postgress, Dapper, ef6.2, multithreading / asynchronous operations, Octopus, IIS
Flexible working hours
Regular performance reviews
Comfortable office facilities (kitchens, mini-gym in premises, sports activities, coffee machines, cookies, fruit, etc.)
20 working days of annual paid vacation
Paid sick leaves
Special occasion bonuses (Birthday, marriage, childbirth)
Fully paid English classes with an in-house English teacher
Training and IT certification
Team buildings and corporate events
Comfortable office in the center of Kyiv
Consulting after deep investigation of current services
Optimization and restructuring of current services
Our project is a software for home medical equipment providers (HME). These HME providers are not doctors or hospitals. These are companies that specialize in providing an actual medical product/service directly to patients. In the US if a patient goes to their doctor or ends up in the hospital and is prescribed a medical product, that physician sends a referral/ prescription to an HME provider so that the patient can receive the necessary item.
The biggest impact that our project is meant to offer to HME providers is a unified application where the HME providers can efficiently manage that end — to — end process (Order flow — to reimbursement) while increasing the capacity (number of orders that can be fulfilled) without adding more human capital (staff) and improving billing efficiencies. Of course, the end result of all of this is that there is a patient at the end of flow that ultimately receives a medical product that they need.