Are you a talented, ambitious, motivated person who wants to make a difference in the world? Then you would be a great addition to the MediGO team. Browse our open positions below:
The Sales Manager will establish, advance, and maintain relationships with all decision makers. This position is responsible for the development of all new market growth within the geography, which includes "quarterbacking" sales activities, execution, and implementation of strategy for all commercial growth in the area.
MediGO is the next generation technology platform company focused on increasing access to organ transplantation by optimizing a currently inefficient, costly, and opaque transplant supply chain. Developed with nationwide procurement research and global supply chain expertise, MediGO is a mission-oriented company that respects the vital contribution of the donor and supports lifesaving healthcare for the recipient. MediGO uses the latest technologies in cloud-based architecture, social media applications, automation, IoT, sensors, big data, and analytics to support organ transportation activity in the United States. Our customers include Organ Procurement Organizations (OPOs) insurance companies, organ transportation specialists (couriers), and transplant hospitals. MediGO offers an exciting, fast-paced environment for a self-starter, requiring limited direction and ready to make a real difference in people’s lives.
MediGO, located in Baltimore, Maryland, is a first-of-its-kind logistics platform that enables real-time management of time-sensitive medical resources on a centralized communication channel. Powered by proprietary algorithms and machine learning, MediGO provides the most accurate tracking and estimated times of arrival in the industry. With newfound supply chain transparency, care teams can proactively improve care, unify stakeholders, coordinate resources, and minimize waste – to deliver care at the speed of life. MediGO’s proprietary Scoutline™ algorithm calculates a data-driven estimated time of arrival (ETA). This data provides more clarity and more confidence in every shipment, while artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities continually refine processes. The transparency that comes from knowing where a medical shipment is at each moment can give health systems new power to optimize decentralized care – for the benefit of care teams and patients everywhere.”