We want you to know who we are and what we believe.
We’re building Tausight by a credo.
Our customers’ needs
Our first responsibility is to serve, help protect, and provide exceptional value to all healthcare providers and administrators who are entrusted with the care, safety, and privacy of their patients. Protecting PHI is the cornerstone of patient trust and the foundation of patient safety, and it is an honor and privilege to do so.
Our team has other important priorities.
Our second responsibility is to our employees and their families. We are creating a culture that is ethical, fair, fun, just, open, and positive and one that is mindful of ways to help our employees fulfill their responsibilities at home.
Milestones are meant to be passed.
We believe our third responsibility is to our investors, Board of Directors, and business partners. We strive to surpass our milestones on time and with excellence, delivering exceptional growth as the leader in the PHI Integrity market category we’re creating.
Diversity, equity, and belonging requires
accountability and commitment.
Our organization will be stronger and more resilient when we encompass a variety of experiences, opinions, and backgrounds. We will grow into a team of passionate, healthcare-dedicated individuals that span age, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and race.
We will work toward fair outcomes for people and groups by treating them in ways that address their unique advantages or barriers.
All members of our community will feel equally valued and their voices and points of view are to be heard and respected. We will take deliberate actions to cultivate an atmosphere where all employees feel included, can contribute, and thrive.
Positive social change
begins in our communities.
We will focus on educational, fund-raising, and professional development opportunities where our passion for and deep experience within healthcare technology can make a difference.
“I joined Tausight because I thought the idea would be technically challenging and could have a significant positive impact on the healthcare IT space. I also thought I would learn lots of new things in engineering, business, and how startups work.”
Senior Software Engineer