Innolitics is mission driven. In this lesson we examine our mission, how we attempt to fulfill it, and our values.
Read and reflect on our mission and values.
If you haven’t already, spend some time looking through our company website.
Here’s a summary of how we pursue our company mission:
We share our knowledge, in part, via articles we write. Primarily, we focus on sharing with others in the medical imaging field, so that we can help accelerate progress in the industry and ultimately improve patient health. For example, by providing information about the DICOM standard, regulatory compliance issues, etc., we indirectly contribute to the success of other companies. In addition to writing articles specifically related to medical imaging, we also like to share our expertise in other topics, like project and team management. For example, during the COVID-19 outbreak, when many people were forced to work from home, we published an article series about our tips and tricks for distributed work to help people transition to effective distributed working environments. You can read about our article writing process here.
Most directly, through our client work with talented companies in the medical imaging space.
We hope that our mission-driven approach, high degree of team member autonomy, and our focus on education allows us to provide meaningful careers for our team.
We provide financially rewarding careers by providing competitive salaries and benefits. We recognize skill and hard-work through bonuses and performance-related raises. As your technical skills, client-skills, and management skills grow and you contribute more to Innolitics’ mission, your salary will also grow. You can accelerate this process through on-going learning outside of work (writing articles is a great way to do this) and by finding opportunities to contribute to our mission outside of your client projects.
To learn as much as possible from these exercises, write your responses before revealing the provided answers. If any exercises seem irrelevant, you can skip them and instead write a justification as to why they are unimportant. These justifications will help us improve the lesson for future employees.
Commit our mission to your memory. You can look it up, but because it guides everything we do, it’s worth having in your head for quick recall. To test yourself, write it down as accurately as possible.