"Incredible job @AmazingCharts. Nice to have all my ICD-9 codes magically turn to ICD-10 today. can handle ."

— James Legan, MD


Start an Amazing Career at Amazing Charts

Are you looking to join a team of smart, highly motivated people at a fast-growing medical software company?

Recognized by Inc Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, Amazing Charts offers limitless career possibilities and the opportunity to do something that improves life for both health care providers and their patients.

Amazing Charts is a great place to work because:

  1. You can make a real impact every day.  There are no layers of bureaucracy at Amazing Charts, and we shun “corporate” thinking.  If you have a new idea, we want to hear it.
  2. Our growth potential is enormous as more and more health care providers discover the benefits of going “paperless” and look for an affordable and usable EHR solution.
  3. We are committed to an honest, ethical workplace that respects and values the talents of our employees.
  4. Our home office is located in historic North Kingstown, Rhode Island. This is a beautiful part of the state, and a short drive from the ocean and historic Newport.
  5. We are shaping the future of healthcare in America.  Electronic Health Records can help reduce administrative costs and medical errors, improve communication among providers, and enhance continuity of care. It is a truly exciting field.

Current openings are shown below, but we are growing - so check back again next month if you don't see something that matches your needs.

Current Openings - Boston, MA Office

Current Openings - North Kingstown, RI Office

Practice Management Implementation Specialist

We’re looking for a Practice Management Implementation Specialist to join our team! This position will be responsible for analyzing, configuring and testing in the areas of product implementation. This role will build strong, efficient working relationships with customers, including business stakeholders and technical teams. The Practice Management Implementation Specialist will work with team to achieve productivity targets within budget and in line with defined quality standards.


  • Analyze, configure, test, and complete required documentation in the areas of product implementation
  • Manage ownership of assigned software and non-software deliverables
  • Work with customers to ensure that requirements are fully understood
  • Explain the role of our product in their office workflow, including claims generation, claims submission, denial management, patient billing and financial reports
  • Working knowledge of electronic claims standards : 837, 835, 270/271
  • Work with Engineering, Sales and Product as needed to resolve customer issues efficiently
  • Produce accurate, unambiguous configurations to the required level of detail for internal team 
  • Deliver hands-on system configuration, implementation, deployment and troubleshooting
  • Manage production, preparation and execution quality testing and user acceptance test plans
  • Create and maintain supporting technical documentation for assigned customer accounts.
  • Achieve productivity targets to ensure developments are delivered within budget, on schedule and meet defined quality standards
  • Maintain quality and adherence to standards, including Tech Specs, configuration and testing produced in line with traceability 
  • Maintain timely and accurate reporting of project status
  • Escalate product issues in a timely fashion and suggest product improvements to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Actively participate in process improvement initiatives that maximize customer satisfaction and improve the efficiency of the team.
  • Mentor junior team members in best practices and standards


  • One to three years of industry-related experience
  • Demonstrated market awareness, including knowledge of physician billing processes and typical software workflows in a practice or facility.
  • Technical and functional understanding of Amazing Charts Practice Management product line offerings, including relevant industry practices and compliance
  • Customer-oriented focus and demonstrated professionalism
  • Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills, both with internal team members and external customers
  • Excellent knowledge of the business workflows in a medical office, including superbill generation, coding, claims management and billing
  • Ability to create objective, concise and clear written communication tailored to targeted audience (e.g. report writing, business planning, policy writing, etc.)
  • Ability to evaluate information and identify and solve problems in a systematic manner
  • Demonstrated time-management skills and the ability to multi-task and prioritize
  • Estimate of up to 30% of travel within US and Canada required. 
  • BS or BA preferred
  • Demonstrated professionalism and ability to remain positive and courteous in difficult situations