Senior Data Solutions Manager

As a Senior Data Solutions Manager at CoverMyMeds, you’ll solve tough problems in the healthcare industry to help patients receive the medications they need to live healthy lives You’ll focus on maximizing the adoption, utilization, performance and value of our existing data solutions and capabilities, and launch innovative data solutions that don’t yet exist.  You’ll partner closely with people across CoverMyMeds and in our industry to manage and grow our data solutions.  You’ll participate in continuously elevating the product management practice at CoverMyMeds and have endless opportunities to take on responsibility, continue learning and mentor others.


What You’ll Do

Build, enhance and maintain data solutions across the Strategic Data delivery teams

  • Maintain a solution roadmap, prioritizing development milestones to enable realistic forecasting, communication and expectation-management
  • Manage a prioritized backlog, balancing market, technical and client needs
  • Lead backlog refinement activities
  • Launch new solutions, features and experiments, validating successes and iterating quickly
  • Collaborate regularly with our analysts to monitor key metrics on solutions health and performance and utilize data to influence decisions
  • Collaborate regularly with our data engineers and data analysts, assessing needs and creating solutions that are valuable, usable and feasible
  • Partner with our marketing, sales, and product teams to identify and properly position our data solutions to support the CoverMyMeds value proposition
  • Consult with our legal team to ensure our data solutions and data use cases are legal and compliant

Champion successful solution management practices across CoverMyMeds

  • Build relationships with product managers across CoverMyMeds to understand business needs driving changes to ensure our product and data solutions are aligned and that we can quickly identify new opportunities
  • Mentor, coach and support other product managers across CoverMyMeds
  • Elevate our product management practice across CoverMyMeds by sharing best practices and implementing methods proven to be successful

Contribute to the healthcare industry

  • Conduct market and competitive research to help us understand the healthcare landscape as best we can
  • Attend, participate in and speak at industry events for both healthcare and data


About You

  • Around 5 to 10 or so years of experience as a data solutions manager in agile software development organizations
  • Able to share several examples of when you’ve utilized qualitative and quantitative data to influence decisions
  • Able to share several examples of when you’ve identified and prioritized the most important things among a myriad of important things
  • Able to share several examples of when you’ve proactively pursued solutions and were resourceful to get results
  • Able to share techniques for how you’ve effectively overseen and communicated detail-oriented working plans
  • Comfortable making decisions in times of ambiguity, complexity and imperfect information
  • A natural collaborator who seeks out new perspectives and builds trusting relationships with stakeholders
  • Habitually curious, seeking answers when you don’t have them and actively removing implicit bias
  • Devoted to learning, constantly working to stay up-to-date on both the data industry and our complex industry


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.


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