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Looking for a fast-paced, growing company to join? Hoping to build your career at the forefront of healthcare IT innovation?

Modern Office
On-site Café & Snack Pantry
Movie Nights
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"Best Places to Work in 2018" Winner

We love what we do here at Clinical Architecture. We were named a Best Places to Work in Indiana in 2018 and continuously strive to find new and exciting ways that we can engage and have fun as a team. Watch our video about what makes us different.

Work With Us

Clinical Architecture provides team members the opportunity to expand their minds and grow professionally and personally.

Health & Wellness

  • Health, Dental & Vision
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Flexible Schedules
  • On-Site Fitness Center

Happier Work Days

  • Casual Work Environment
  • Monthly Game Nights
  • Company Lunches
  • Team Outings
  • Birthday & Anniversary Celebrations

Fun Office Environment

  • Cafe with Snack Pantry & Soda Machine
  • Scrabble Tournaments
  • Puzzles
  • Chess

Current Openings

Advanced to Senior Software Engineer

Clinical Architecture is seeking an Advanced to Senior Software Engineer in the Indianapolis area to participate in the development of healthcare related software solutions.

Client Success Manager

Clinical Architecture is seeking a Client Success Manager in the Indianapolis, IN area to create a positive experience for our clients as they integrate our software products.

Clinical Content Analyst

Clinical Architecture is seeking a Clinical Content Analyst in the Indianapolis area to develop standards-based structured content offerings that complement our world class software solutions.

Informatics Analyst

Clinical Architecture is seeking an Informatics Analyst in the Indianapolis, IN area. As part of a multidisciplinary Professional Services team, the Informatics Analyst uses clinical and / or informatics training and practical work experience to help customers solve health information interoperability problems.