Epocrates has 4 job openings that might be considered entry-level: Operations Administrator, QA Automation Engineer, QA Engineer, and Software Engineer.

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We didn’t get a whole lot done yesterday. We were slightly distracted by the events going on at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where Apple announced a 3G iPhone along with some amazing software updates, and a daytime Yankees game on tv. A lot of people complained that too much time was spent at WWDC talking about software, but we couldn’t get enough of it. A couple really cool apps in the medical field (Modality and MIMvista) were showcased, but neither of the companies that developed them appeared to have entry-level jobs; however, Epocrates is a company that was featured at the announcement of the iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK) and is also putting the iPhone into use in the practice of medicine.

Decision Support Tools in Your Pocket

Apple always brags about how many songs you can fit in your pocket with an iPod. Not to put down musicians, but being able to have an entire medical library in your pocket is way more impressive. Epocrates “develops clinical information and decision support tools that enable healthcare professionals to find answers more quickly and confidently at the point of care.” They do this by making the tools easily useable on mobile devices like an iPhone, Blackberry, or Palm Pilot. Now, when you go into your doctor with a weird rash that he’s never seen before, he won’t have to open up a 27 pound book – he’ll just reach for his iPhone and find the best way to treat it. It might be disheartening to know that most doctors don’t have all the answers in their head, but at least they can have them in their pocket.

Epocratic Jobs

Epocrates offers both free and paid products that are at the leading edge of medical decision making. They must be innovative to have been featured at an Apple event. With innovation comes growth, and it appears that Epocrates is growing pretty quickly. They have approximately 200 employees, and 15 new job openings (we hope that’s due to growth and not high turnover). Of these 15 positions, we identified 4 that might be well suited to a new college grad. We can’t link to the jobs because Epocrates’ Jobs List doesn’t want to play nice, but the entry-level positions that you might want to consider are Operations Administrator, QA Automation Engineer, QA Engineer, and Software Engineer. You can apply online, and you can also find a bit more about working at Epocrates on their Careers page.

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One response to “Epocrates”

  1. Danny A says:

    Epocrates in San Mateo is a horrible place to work. Worked there as a temp for 3 months. It was so depressing there. From Operations to Tech, everyone was so stuffy. No one even said Bye when they left. Their pay-structure is really low, too. Look out for bad managers: Kelly W, Meg H, Darren C, Becky F. If you are over 50, this might be the place for you.

    And they are trying to go public. They make no money. All their products are free. They only make money from Pharma companies trying to advertise their drugs. I can’t wait to short their stock.

    [Editor’s Note: We edited out the last names of the “bad managers” to protect their privacy.]

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