The breakthrough insight that launched TryCycle, was discovered at a restaurant near Yale University in 2012. Here, two candidates for a Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership reflected on the latest news in the State of Connecticut: people were dying from opioid abuse.
Despite best efforts of well-intentioned people and agencies who provide treatment, therapy, medicine, and care, each operate in their respective industrial silos, and each provide incremental, situational support.
Both men wondered what could be done to address this problem. They agreed they needed to “Try” something new, to break the “Cycle” of addiction.
They concluded that recovery occurs within a network of relationships, and that with the right technology, the network could be activated and coordinated to magnify the impact, reduce the economic burden, and most of all, better support the needs of both the patient and their providers.
Meet the Leadership Team:
Work with TryCycle Data Systems
What We’re Looking For
We always need people who have solid HTML5/CSS3 & Javascipt skills who understand mobile and dashboards
Our back-end systems are crucial – if you know SQL, containers, and Unix environments, we need you
Our data determines where we go next – we need people who can find the critical lessons in the data
There is no substitute for a great user experience, and we expect continuous improvement