Strive Health Careers Changing kidney care for good

From nurse practitioner positions to healthcare software engineers, Strive Health is growing its ambitious and innovative team. We welcome qualified applicants of all backgrounds to share in our drive to improve the lives of kidney care patients!

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Director, Clinical Education & Development

This person will be responsible for establishing and implementing a culture of learning for all clinical areas at Strive, as well as designing educational materials and processes for the clinical organization.

Senior Director of Quality

The Senior Director of Quality will be responsible for the development, management, and implementation of a strategy and vision to improve patient services, quality, and safety outcomes across the organization.

Project Manager: Clinical Execution & Performance

This person will be a key member of the Clinical Execution and Performance team, working cross functionally to drive key metrics and hit key milestones around clinic operations.

Technical Project Manager

In this role, you will be the project manager within the technology workstream with Strive Health’s payor, health system, and provider partners during the implementation phase of launching a market solution.

Care Coordinator

Reporting to the clinical leadership, a Care Coordinator works collaboratively with the care team to provide ongoing support and communication to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and ESRD patients. The Care Coordinator acts as a single point-of-contact to coordinate resources along the care delivery spectrum, identify gaps, and provide proactive follow-up. The Care Coordinator is responsible for making sure the patient’s care at various locations is connected and there are no gaps in care or communication.

Care Coordinator

Reporting to the clinical leadership, a Care Coordinator works collaboratively with the care team to provide ongoing support and communication to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and ESRD patients. The Care Coordinator acts as a single point-of-contact to coordinate resources along the care delivery spectrum, identify gaps, and provide proactive follow-up. The Care Coordinator is responsible for making sure the patient’s care at various locations is connected and there are no gaps in care or communication.