Job Description - Clinical PM

Product Manager

At Heal, we are bringing back the physician house call!  Our mission is to deliver great healthcare in the comfort of the patient’s home. We use technology and ingenuity to make care delivery smart, efficient, and high quality.

Heal is revolutionizing each and every step of the patient care process, from affordability, patient-provider matching to billing to health record management. We are in-network with all major insurance companies in the markets we serve, and for those who do not have health insurance we charge $99 flat fee. Through the touch of an app or a click on our site, an affordable,  highly-vetted, qualified medical doctor will arrive at your door, twelve hours a day, 365 days a year.  

To realize the Heal vision we are looking for a talented Product Manager to join us to drive the clinical experience and make it a great one for our providers, partners, and patients. Our clinical product suite includes our proprietary Provider tools, EMR and clearinghouse integrations, claims submission process, clinical analytics solutions, and more.

We strive to make our Heal provider tools a seamless, efficient, and intuitive experience for our physicians, medical assistants and clinical operations team. As a Product Manager at Heal, you will obsess over clinical experience and think out of the box to serve our provider team with effective tools that allow them to deliver the best care and outcomes for patients. You will work in an agile environment with Designers, Engineers as well Stakeholders like Clinical Ops, Operations, and our clinical partners.


Skills you’ll need to be successful in Clinical PM role:

  • 5+ years of product management experience building products used by clinical users such as providers, billers, benefits managers, case managers, or others in the healthcare space.
  • Vision, roadmapping, goal setting, spec writing, managing project execution, experiment planning, defining product roll-out strategy
  • Ability to translate complex healthcare business problems in a clear and effective manner for key stakeholders, including the engineers team.
  • Highly collaborative and able to manage stakeholders up, down and cross-functionally
  • Radical thinking paired with strong execution. Can envision a world different than the status quo with the ability to articulate a clear path to get there.
  • Self-motivated, with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Comfort with rapidly changing business conditions that is typical of a fast growing company

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