Doximity is transforming the healthcare industry

Our mission is to help physicians save time so they can provide better care for patients. We provide doctors modern communication, workflow, and continuing education tools. Over two million healthcare professionals (including over 80% of U.S. doctors) rely on our products.

Our goal is to improve inefficiencies in our $4 trillion U.S. healthcare system, and we love building innovative technology that has a real, meaningful impact on physicians’ and patients’ lives.

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Recent Posts

An Interview with Senior Data Engineer, Garrett Holbrook

Senior data engineer, Garrett Holbrook, walks through a day in his life on the data integration team and how he finds signal in the noise

Chris Frame - Aug 23, 2021

Terraform S3 Backend Best Practices

How to set up a secure Terraform backend using AWS S3 + DynamoDB

Jason Bornhoft - Jul 19, 2021

Building A Test Automation Pipeline for Data Science

Leveraging testing tools and techniques to improve confidence in your data pipelines

Samuel Hart - May 13, 2021

An Interview with Senior Data Analyst, Wendy Wei

Senior data analyst, Wendy Wei, discusses what a day in her life is like and how she makes a difference for clinicians via complex data projects, such as building a clinician state machine behavioral model.

Chris Frame - May 05, 2021

Containerizing Ruby on Rails Applications

Five Improvements when Deploying Ruby on Rails Apps to Kubernetes

Michael Orr - Mar 31, 2021

Improving Android's Auth Flow with PKCE

A step-by-step guide for Android devs

John Petitto - Apr 01, 2021

Writing a Buildpack for the Rails Asset Pipeline

Genevieve L'Esperance - Mar 22, 2021

The Hidden Gems of Ruby's IRB

A deep dive into Ruby's source for IRB

Valentino Stoll - Feb 18, 2021

Buildpacks vs Dockerfiles

Exploring the tradeoffs of building container images at scale

Genevieve L'Esperance - Feb 04, 2021

Caring for our knowledge

Erik Selin - Jan 26, 2021

Clean Repository Interactors With Kotlin

Trust No Service Responses

Emmanuel Lagarrigue Lazarte - Dec 17, 2020

It turns out Deep Thought was wrong, 42 is not the answer

A story on syscalls, network packets and debugging one tricky problem

Erik Selin - Jul 22, 2020