MedRhythms Therapy is a comprehensive neuro-rehab company that provides neurologic music therapy specializing in the use of music to induce brain plasticity and aid in neuro-recovery. The company focuses on this intersection between music, neuroscience, and technology, providing interventions to achieve optimum outcomes in sensorimotor, speech & language, and cognitive goals in patients.
MedRhythms started in 2013 and since then has conducted over 30,000 hours of direct patient care through in-home care and contracting with facilities in the Northeast. The company built the program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, a top ranking RehabilitationHospital in the U.S. and Harvard Medical School affiliate, in Boston. This program is now the most comprehensive program of its kind in the country, providing services across the healthcare continuum from inpatient, outpatient, in-home, and telehealth.
The clinical practice continues to grow and demonstrate profound clinical outcomes, however, the demand for services is far greater than our practice can supply. This demand led to an innovative plan to provide further access through launching a digital therapeutics platform. This platform is designed to fulfill our mission of improving the lives of those afflicted with neurologic injury or disease.
At MedRhythms, we value the passion and diversity that people bring with them everyday. It is crucial to our culture when it comes to building a successful and innovative team. If you are unsure whether your experience is a perfect fit for the position you are interested in, we encourage you to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, or otherwise participating in the talent selection process, please reach out to email@example.com
Expectations and Responsibilities
Complete 1040 hours with ~900 of direct clinical care
Develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of neurologic populations, NMT research, neuroanatomy, neuroscience of music that supports NMT interventions
Demonstrate a basic understanding of professional roles and duties and develop working relationships with other disciplines in client treatment programs. Examples: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Respiratory Therapy, Nurses, Doctors, etc.
Observe and facilitate co-treatment, individual and group assessments and sessions using NMT interventions.
Develop treatment plans and set goals/objectives for patients.
Increase knowledge on standardized assessments and be able to articulate the importance of measuring progress of patient goals.
Communicate with interdisciplinary team, patient and family members about the uses and benefits of NMT.
Complete documentation on all sessions provided.
Demonstrates strong clinical musicianship
Attend and participate in supervision
Conduct an in-service about NMT
Maintain patient confidentiality as mandated by HIPAA.
We’re looking for you to bring
Working towards a degree in Music Therapy
Strong clinical skills in administering NMT interventions
Ability to be flexible and operate in a fast-paced environment
Strong communication skills
Self-Motivated, possessing grit and energy
Dedication and commitment to MedRhythms’ mission of access and improving patient care
What we can offer you
Meaningful, purpose driven work on a life-changing product
Collaborative, supportive, smart and fun team
Competitive compensation and benefits for full-time employees : Medical, dental, vision, disability, bonus potential, paid parental leave
We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, or otherwise participating in the talent selection process, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.