Integration Engineer

Location: Atlanta, GA

Department: Engineering

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level


We believe patients and health systems deserve better than the status quo.

At Patientco, we build easy-to-use payment technology that treats patients like consumers and empowers healthcare providers to dramatically improve the way they communicate. Together, patients are happier, health systems are more efficient, and doctors can focus on what they’re supposed to do -  take care of their patients!

As an Integration Engineer at Patientco, you will do what you were born to do - write code that delights your users!   You will be working internally to ensure that our systems work with our clients in such a way that builds and expands our ability to help them.  This means considering how both healthcare patients and providers use your products and how your peers will interact with your code. You should have a knack for making tools powerful, reliable and efficient without compromising their ease of use.    You should enjoy variety (and we aren’t just referring to the food and drinks we keep stocked in our kitchen), as you should expect to move up and down the software stack.  

Our Application
Patientco is a web-based healthcare payments platform built primarily with object-oriented PHP and JavaScript.  We move quickly, deploying code many times a week, but we also spend time carefully thinking through the edge cases of our products.

Our Engineering family is responsible for the entire lifecycle of data integration.  You will be charged to participate throughout the implementation life cycle of multiple projects simultaneously, from project initiation through post go-live support.  This involves communicating with Implementations and Account Management to take in the feed from healthcare providers.

You are the lead in creating efficient and seamless data ingestion from our clients.  You are the transformer of data that has been ingested and informed to generate bill of statements allowing ease of mind and use for our patients’ payment process.  The Integration Engineer will be responsible for upgrades, change requests, and overall improvements while introducing new clients and features onto the platform.

You will:

  • Have extensive familiarity with object-oriented software systems based in PHP, Java, .Net or Ruby
  • Have production and development experience with MySQL
  • Have strong experience in building APIs
  • Experience building integration flows
  • Have a strong background in Linux environments
  • Be able to exhibit ‘client-empathy’, supporting customers throughout the lifecycle of a deployment, from initial engagement to post go-live support and maintenance.
  • Possess deep attention to detail
  • Showcase good understanding of Data Structures and database concepts
  • Configure and modify to ensure integrations into the client software are according to client workflow processes
  • Be a communicator!  Have opinions about good and bad products and the ability to justify them, we want to know what you think
  • Be an advocate of the agile/lean software development process
  • Be a computer scientist – it is required that you have a degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or have equivalent experience
  • Be a cultural fit - ethical, collaborative, hard-working, problem-solving, creative, FUN, and willing to push your boss out of the raft

Bonus points for:

  • Experience with container-based deployment using Kubernetes and/or Docker
  • Experience with microservices architecture
  • Experience with the Go programming language
  • Previous exposure to Healthcare IT



We are a team at Patientco and that’s not just some corporate mumbo jumbo. We expect a ton out of everyone here but that’s what makes it great. The whole is far greater than the sum of its parts. We value excellent communication and collaboration skills, creative problem solving, empathy, open mindedness, extreme attention to detail, a healthy dose of grit and a good sense of humor.


We take care of our own at Patientco. Some of the highlights include our infamous “Free Food Fridays”, casual dress code, no vacation tracking, monthly social events, and of course a full benefits package including health/dental/vision/401k. Bottom line: it’s a great place to work!

Learn more about Patientco at!

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