By bringing cutting-edge customer-centric technology to an industry that has traditionally lagged behind, Cedar is helping to fix America’s broken healthcare system. This mission has attracted some of the world’s most prestigious top-tier investors, putting us into high-growth mode and positioning us as one of the leading digital health platforms.
Needless to say, from an engineering perspective, combining expertise from consumer-facing industries like ad tech and fintech to transform one of the worst experiences people can have—healthcare finance—is not only immensely exciting, it’s also enormously rewarding.
Our engineering team believes that every line of code is integral as we release quality products that exceed expectations. This dedication to intuitive, consumer-centric product design informs our core engineering values. But it also means that we must always continue to strengthen our team, fostering a culture and environment where the best and brightest engineers can grow and learn every day.
Our new engineering blog, Cedar Tech Decode, is an outgrowth of our mission, vision and values. We’ve launched it to educate our team and the larger tech community about them, in addition to our methods, insights, lessons learned and more.
As we keep striving toward excellence, we hope you’ll be part of the journey by interacting with us here, or even joining our world-class team. And if you see a position that interests you, please apply. We’d love to hear from you.
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Hassan Sultan is the Chief Technology Officer of Cedar, a digital health startup transforming the healthcare financial experience. Hassan’s vision informs Cedar’s product roadmap and feature functionality while he leads the engineering team responsible for architecting, integrating and implementing Cedar’s platform with healthcare organizations. Prior to joining Cedar, Sultan co-founded Navya, a clinical informatics and cancer patient services company, where he served as CTO. He also occupied a range of technical roles at the investment management firm Bridgewater Associates, where he worked directly with Bridgewater’s CTO to build out a new department responsible for core technology products and services. Hassan received a Bachelors, Computer Science from Harvard University in 2005.