Director of Product Management HealthLoop
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED As HealthLoop's Director of Product Management, you will stand at the helm of the HealthLoop product portfolio. You're market-savvy, so you're able to figure out and understand where the biggest opportunities are. You're user-focused, so you know how to create a simple and delightful product. And you're energetic, charismatic, and fun to work with, so you fit in with the rest of us!
Your primary responsibilities will include:
--Identifying product opportunities based on market research, user research, competitive analysis, product positioning, and product performance
--Building the product road map to prioritize opportunities based on business objectives
--Writing requirements and managing design (hands on, preferably!) of product features and user experience, using user-centered design practices
--Coordinating activities between design, engineering, content development, marketing, sales and implementation teams to ensure a positive user experience
--Working closely with the senior leadership team to communicate status, plans, and recommendations, and to help codify business objectives
--Driving the product development process - you do agile, you release early and often, you like iteration, and you use data to know what to change and when you're successful.
As a result of your work:
--All HealthLoop employees and significant stakeholders (board, advisors) can clearly articulate the product strategy and the supporting business strategy
--Product team members (key employees and founder) feel that their input is valued and incorporated into the product roadmap
--HealthLoop product development process is productive and effective, and helps drive agile development techniques
--HeatlhLoop's engineering team has sufficient information to execute on the product roadmap
--HealthLoop maintains market leadership and a first mover advantage in the marketplace
You are probably a great fit if you have:
--5-10 years of product management experience, with increasing responsibilities
--A passion for creating great user experiences
--Demonstrated business aptitude, including an understanding of the healthcare industry and physician office workflow
--An ability to think strategically and execute methodically
--A fixation on great quality
--The ability to adapt quickly and thrive in a dynamic environment
--Deep knowledge of Agile practices and experience implementing them
--Amazing communication skills, both in conversation and in structured planning and reporting documents
--An understanding of the capabilities of modern technology stacks
Bonus points for:
--A graduate degree and/or MBA
--Interaction and/or visual design chops
--A charming accent
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED
HealthLoop is an automated patient follow up solution that tracks recovery and improves outcomes by engaging patients with their doctor between visits.
Beta Test / Clinical Trials
5 - 20M RaisedInvestors: Canvas
, Subtraction Capital All Jobs: at HealthLoop
San Jose / Mountain View, CA 94043
|Company Profile:||In the U.S. healthcare system, there are effective methods for diagnosing and treating patients, but not for following up with patients.
HealthLoop's 'Early Warning System' helps doctors identify patients at risk of decline throughout the follow up period.
Problem: When a physician recommends treatment and sends a patient home, (s)he does not know whether the patient is doing as instructed, or is recovering as expected. The patient does not know how to interpret new symptoms and when to communicate with the doctor. As a result, there are sub-optimal outcomes, patient frustration, and increased healthcare costs.
Solution: HealthLoop's HIPAA compliant SaaS platform and library of configurable electronic follow up protocols (Loops) enable medical practices to efficiently monitor signs and symptoms, and communicate with patients during the recovery process. Developed by physician specialists, Loops collect patient feedback and monitor status against expected progress. Alerts sent to the physician or provider when data indicate that a patient is at risk of treatment failure, complication, or hospital readmission.|
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