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The Associate Product Manager position will consist of multiple roles in the product management organization including market assessment, product planning as well as product operations duties. The APM position will allow for exposure amongst the different roles to allow the individual to grow and develop professionally into a Product Manager. The APM will be accountable for individual pieces or whole products of Greenway’s software/services which may include P&L responsibility, developing feature epics, training, assessing the market, competitive analysis, pricing, product strategy and product planning. The Associate Product Manager contributes largely to the overall success of specific products and in assuring a market driven focus for product management.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Develops feature epics and ensures epics are ‘ready’ for individual user story breakout
Ensures each epic as the correct acceptance criteria
Provides clear and consistent direction to Product Owners
Gathers, manages and prioritizes the product backlog; backlog grooming
Responsible for release tracking and accountable for solution delivery
P&L and Forecasting management for parts of product or whole product depending on size
Gathers input to define product concepts and assists team in developing detailed requirements and feature definitions
Helps evaluate technologies and implementation plan related to business case development
Defines market for product line and develops user personas
Assesses the market, identifies competitive offerings, understands and communicates their niche, approach and success in the market
Assesses product capabilities and communicates requirements.
Responsible for portfolio view of defect management and quality of product line
Facilitates product council agenda, notes and action registers
Develop and maintain solution delivery timelines and plans
Works with customer facing teams and to ensure readiness and excellent execution
Understands, interprets, and develops insights with respect to individual practice needs and revenue cycle analytics and reporting
Conduct user and revenue cycle industry research to gain insight into specific user pain points, including: competitive analysis, payer updates and broader industry developments that may impact the product/s they are responsible for
Instill strong product team culture by encouraging a bias for action, communication, innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement
Establish strong partnerships with functional leads across the company to execute end-to-end from product vision to go-to-market launch
Experience and Education
Bachelor’s in Business, Computer Science, or a related field.
Pragmatic Product Management or CSPO preferred.
Two (2) or more years of experience with the full life cycle of Product Development, preferably in a healthcare setting or with a focus on healthcare IT.
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
Ability to manage priorities in a fast-moving environment
Advanced computer skills
Understanding of healthcare market and trends
Strong quantitative/qualitative business case analysis skills
High level of accuracy and attention to detail
ability to manage multiple efforts in a cross-functional environment
The drive to proactively resolve issues.
Proficient in developing and conducting presentations at all levels.
Experience and knowledge of regulatory requirements.
Creative problem solver that works with Product Managers to deliver products that support our clients’ regulatory compliance.
Ability to travel up to 20%
Work Environment/Physical Demands
While at work, this position is primarily a sedentary job and requires that the associate can work in an environment where they will consistently be seated for the majority of the workday.
This role requires that one can sit and regularly type on a keyboard the majority of their workday.
This position requires the ability to observe a computer screen for long periods of time to observe their own and others’ work, as well as in-coming and out-going communications via the computer and/ or mobile devices.
The role necessitates the ability to listen and speak clearly to customers and other associates.
The work environment is an open room with other associates and noise from others will be part of the regular workday.
This role may occasionally require hours/days outside of normal business hours/days.
This role may require 10-20% travel on occasion.
Here’s what we can offer you in exchange for your amazing work:
Medical, dental and vision benefits
Generous paid time-off programs
Growth potential for your career
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Disclaimer: This Job Summary indicates the general nature and level of work expected of the incumbent(s). It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of the incumbent. Incumbent(s) may be asked to perform other duties as requested. Greenway Health, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.
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