About the company
At Covera Health, we have proven that advanced data science can prevent serious misdiagnoses which result in poor outcomes for patients and increased costs for payers. Using our proprietary framework, we help patients recover better, faster, and more affordably. Today, we are working with some of the largest employers and healthcare payers in the country to impact millions of patient lives. We are passionate about improving healthcare for every patient.
About the role
We are looking for detail and visual-oriented individuals to join us in our goal to improve the quality of care for patients in communities across the nation. As an Image Annotator, you will be responsible for quality-reviewing and annotating radiology images for key pathologies. You will work with a growing multidisciplinary team of talented clinical researchers, data scientists, statisticians that works at the intersection of clinical knowledge and advanced data science. The ideal candidate for this role is a visual learner, has great attention to detail, and is comfortable conducting repetitive work with medical image data.
This position is for 10 - 20 hours per week, on-site at our offices in Midtown East, including an in-person training session.
Utilizing your experience with art and design, use our editing interface to annotate and QA existing labels of medical images with appropriate, pre-defined tags that you will learn during your training and onboarding process
Collaborate with the data science team to help improve the annotation interface and contribute your ideas to improve the annotation process
Learn basic machine learning knowledge to better understand how annotations are used, allowing you to make more judgement calls on edge cases that may come up during labeling
A visual learner who works with precision with large quantities of images
A student studying photography, art, graphic design and has extensive experience utilizing graphics editing tools (e.g., Adobe Illustrator, Visual Annotation Software), OR,
A student studying Medicine, preferably with interest / experience in radiology (E.g., Radiology Technologist Training, Medical Student, PA Student)
Detail oriented, quality-focused, and meticulous
Ability to work autonomously and meet bi-weekly deadlines
Strong computer skills with proficiency in Google Docs, Google Sheets. Candidates with Adobe Illustrator / related graphics editing tool proficiency is preferred
Bright, open office with kitchen stocked with snacks
Convenient office location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, close to Grand Central
Work with a dynamic, fun team that is passionate about changing healthcare