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Life at LeanTaaS: Spotlight on our Summer 2023 Interns

The inaugural class of LeanTaaS summer interns, who were based in our onsite offices and part of our Data Analyst teams, completed their programs in August. As they planned to return to their undergraduate studies and future goals, some members of the team shared their reflections on their time at LeanTaaS, lessons learned, and favorite […]

One mission, one team, many impacts: why we’re passionate about working for LeanTaaS

At LeanTaaS, our mission is to transform healthcare operations and increase access through AI and machine learning software. We are passionate about building industry-leading technology to improve operational efficiency, patient flow, and the provider and patient experience in, to date, almost 700 hospitals in 182 health systems across the US.  Our iQueue suite of AI-powered […]

Thank You From One Nurse to Another

You’re probably like me and hate it when someone wishes you a “Happy Nurses Week!” You hate the praise, and dislike being spotlighted. My Dad, a former Naval Officer, hides from the world on Veteran’s Day for the same reason. “If I wanted praise, I would have been an actor” – albeit, likely not a […]

Life at LeanTaaS: “A social event that makes us feel good for giving back”

A LeanTaaS employee shares the value of volunteering as a group, in an installment of this series spotlighting the members of our team, what makes them special, and the experiences that transform their work into more than just a job. In late summer of 2022, the Santa Clara-based members of the LeanTaaS Operations (Ops) team […]

The future of work at LeanTaaS is flexibility-first: what that means, and why it matters

At LeanTaaS, we’re constantly striving to increase patient access to healthcare services by transforming the operational performance of health systems across the country. We have set out to overcome an incredibly challenging problem: matching the supply of some of the most expensive assets used by doctors and nurses — think hospital beds and operating rooms […]

The real reason to join startups: One month at a startup > One year at a big company

When people think of leaving big companies for startups, one of the biggest considerations they assess is financial risk. You’re likely going to take a pay cut, forgo some unvested stock at the current company, and take a leap of faith in the startup’s ability to succeed. That’s important, but in my experience what’s equally […]