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VP of Product Management

As VP of Product Management in our Specialty business unit, you will solve real problems in the healthcare industry to help patients receive the medications they need to live healthy lives. Your team will serve as the connector between business, customer success, engineering, and operations. You will be responsible for leading the strategic vision and delivery of products, creating scalable solutions that enable high user adoption and rapid commercial growth.  You will work closely with other business units within CoverMyMeds, across our parent company, McKesson, and with our customers to ensure we are focusing and executing on the right opportunities.  You will broaden your impact by growing and developing new leaders at CoverMyMeds.

What You’ll Do:

Build and lead an exceptional, high-performing team:

  • Cultivate a team culture that promotes our core values
  • Influence your team members’ careers by helping to make CoverMyMeds their best place to work and grow
  • Encourage professional development and industry engagement, including participation in organizations relevant to leadership, product management, health care, and technology
  • Manage personnel budget for hiring and compensation

Establish the overall vision for Specialty’s portfolio of products:

  • Define and execute portfolio roadmaps and pricing strategies
  • Become a great partner to your peers across the organization, participating in cross-business unit processes and initiatives to balance the needs of Specialty with those of other business units to ensure we are always working on the most important things and supporting broader organizational goals
  • Create a culture of utilizing data and analytics to drive product decisions, measure success, and report progress
  • Align with stakeholders on Specialty product and pricing strategies and customer segmentation, and actively communicate key messages across business units
  • Become an ally to our customers to ensure we have a clear understanding of their needs and use feedback to drive products forward
  • Collaborate with McKesson and strategic external partners to define Specialty product/market fit

About You:

  • 10+ years of software product management experience
  • 5+ years of personnel management experience
  • 3+ years of software portfolio management experience
  • 1+ years of experience working in the healthcare industry – the more relevant, the better!
  • Able to travel about 20% to visit users and prospects
  • Excellent analytical skills and a history of driving strategic initiatives forward with data and analytics
  • Passionate about engaging with customers
  • Proven experience tackling many projects with little to no guidance and tight deadlines
  • Proven experience identifying, prioritizing, and executing on the most important things amongst a myriad of important things
  • Thrive in the inherit ambiguity and risk that comes with creating new things
  • Devoted to learning, constantly working to stay up-to-date on our industry
  • A natural collaborator who can build and lead a team to work effectively in a fast-paced, energetic, and high-growth environment
  • Effective at influencing without direct authority with cross-functional teams to manage, support, and solve problems

About Us:

CoverMyMeds is one of the fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the US. We help prescribers and pharmacies submit Prior Authorization requests for any drug and nearly all health plans - 100% free - to get millions of patients on their medications every single year.  Our team of highly-productive healthcare enthusiasts with a passion for helping others is the best thing about working here.  On-site chef, flexible hours and paid benefits?  Yeah, we have those too.  But don’t take our word for it.  We’ve been named to Glassdoor's top 30 places to work in the nation, Inc. 500’s list three times, were awarded one of the top places to work by Modern Healthcare and three times won best places to work in Columbus, Ohio.

Want to learn more?  We’re flattered.  Check out: https://www.covermymeds.com/main/careers/

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