Growing tired of my job. Looking to write software for healthcare industry. Advice?
Principle engineer here. Making $150k + bonuses + equity. Homeowner in DC area (so relocation is a no-go)
Apologies in advance if this post seems crude or makes me seem like a douche. I just like to be terse, and get straight to the point...
I like building software but hate what I'm building it for. And, frankly, the engineers I work with arent as intelligent as other teams I've been on. They get work done but most are there to push JIRA tickets and dont really do anything innovative or impactful or support work that does. They are always indifferent or have no opinion. Software is subpar as a result.
But im growing more interested in improving tech in the healthcare space. Feels better to build software that can actually help the general public in an industry that really needs the help. Are there any good software companies (in the healthcare industry) to check out?