Primary Care Physician
Remote-Nationwide
Posted on 1/20/2024
INACTIVE
K Health

201-500 employees

AI-powered primary healthcare platform offering affordable, text-based
Company Overview
K Health, a clinical primary care company, is a leader in the healthcare industry, leveraging advanced AI technology to provide high-quality, accessible healthcare to all. The company's AI-driven platform, which utilizes over 670 million anonymized medical notes, empowers both doctors and patients with comprehensive information about diagnoses and treatments, enhancing the efficiency and accuracy of healthcare delivery. In addition to treating a wide range of conditions, K Health offers affordable, text-based care, remote wellness visits, and personalized treatment plans, setting it apart from traditional healthcare providers.
Data & Analytics

Company Stage

Series E

Total Funding

$297.6M

Founded

2016

Headquarters

New York, New York

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

-23%

1 year growth

-32%

2 year growth

-16%
Locations
Remote in USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Medical, Clinical & Veterinary
Requirements
  • 3+ years of post residency work experience
  • Board-Certified Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physician
  • Primary care and behavioral health experience
  • Tech-savvy, proactive, organized, detail-oriented, and telemedicine experience
  • Clean background and medical malpractice history
  • Willingness to be a collaborating physician
Responsibilities
  • Provide fully remote text and video based, comprehensive clinical care
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with patients
  • Educate patients on appropriate treatments and care plans
  • Manage patient follow ups for chronic care conditions
  • Prescribe and refill medication as appropriate
  • Collaborate with Clinical Team Members to build clinical guidelines and policies
Desired Qualifications
  • 10+ State licenses or a lesser combination that includes (NY, NJ, CT, CA, FL, PA, or TX)
  • Ability to treat both acute and chronic care conditions