I wrote this mission statement in the summer of 2020. While still relevant, I believe that Alloy has progressed beyond what this statement says. I've left it here for posterity.
Clinicians hate using them, patients hate dealing with them, they're expensive, and they're difficult to maintain.
We need a new way to think about how clinicians use their computer. EHRs haven’t changed much since the 90s. Yet, technology has changed so much that nearly every industry is better because of it.
Alloy is our vision for a future where clinicians and technology work seamlessly together.
We don’t see a future building an EHR. Rather we believe in building a HealthcareOS.
Software that powers all aspects of a healthcare organization.
Software that is as easy to use as it is easy to implement.
Software that empowers and supports our clinicians and nurses, not dehumanizes and demoralizes them.
Shouldn’t the people who take care of our communities and families get the best software? Alloy is our attempt to do just that. Get the best software to the doctors, nurses, and staff who take care of us day in and day out.
We hope you’ll join us on this journey. We know it’s a long journey. We know there are a lot of hurdles. But we’re excited to be a part of making the future of healthcare better.
We think this is going to be big.
✌️ The Alloy TeamRead the 2022 mission