San Francisco Health Plan

  • Product Manager, Coverage Programs

    Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
    Job ID
    2018-1468
    Category
    Policy Development & Coverage Programs
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Are you ready to help shape the landscape of public healthcare in San Francisco?  We're looking for the right individual to bring creative ideas and energy to improve technology in San Francisco’s public health system. Additionally, you'll get to shape one of the first Product Management teams in a public sector organization!

     

    As the Coverage Programs Product Manager, you'll be responsible for the technology products that support Healthy Kids HMO, a public health insurance program for children, as well as Healthy San Francisco, a health access program which aims to provide universal health care to the city. The experienced Product Manager will help us improve access to healthcare and health coverage in San Francisco. You’ll oversee the development of our internal administrative applications and data interchanges, assist in managing technical vendors, and help us determine how to better use technology to support program staff and participants.

     

    What you will do

     

    • Maintain product backlog of enhancements, new features, and bug fixes
    • Write detailed user stories and requirements, including wireframes or visual aids as needed
    • Work with Healthy Kids and Healthy San Francisco staff to understand program priorities and create product vision and roadmap
    • Participate in user research with internal staff and program participants to understand user needs and opportunities
    • Lead development teams through Agile release processes
    • Create and measure success metrics for product initiatives
    • Communicate product initiatives and releases to internal stakeholders across multiple departments
    • Conduct user acceptance testing and sign off on releases
    • Contribute to vendor management by communicating required changes or bugs with vendor teams
    • Conduct market research and make build or buy recommendations for new products

    What you will bring

     

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
    • Two years of experience as a Product Manager of software products
    • Experience in the healthcare or public sector preferred
    • Experience with healthcare electronic data interchange formats, such as 834 files a plus
    • Basic design skills and ability to communicate new features via sketches, and mockups
    • Demonstrated experience in writing clear and detailed product requirements
    • Ability to create and build buy-in for product plans and roadmaps
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication; ability to break complex topics down for different audiences
    • Experience conducting user/design research including interviews, surveys, and usability tests
    • Deeply collaborative and an excellent team player
    • Ability to build business relationships
    • Resilience and comfort with ambiguity

     

     

    About us:

     

    Established in 1997, San Francisco Health Plan (SFHP) is a an award winning,  managed care health plan whose mission is to provide affordable health care coverage to the underserved low and moderate-income residents in San Francisco county. San Francisco Health Plan is chosen by eight out of every ten San Francisco Medi-Cal managed care enrollees and its 142,000+ members have access to a full spectrum of medical services including preventive care, specialty care, hospitalization, prescription drugs, and family planning services. SFHP was designed by and for the residents it serves, and takes great pride in its ability to accommodate a diverse population that includes young adults, seniors, and people with disabilities.

     

    San Francisco Health Plan is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE M/F/D/V)

     

    Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

     

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