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Product Manager

Job Summary:

If you’re a self-starter, with a solid record of innovation and passionate about meeting customers’ needs through the delivery of high quality product, we have the job for you. We are, one of the largest B2B healthcare information solutions companies, serving the professional market with venerable brands DecisionHealth, HCPro and HealthLeaders Media.

We’re looking for a Product Manager who is innovative, proactive, willing to take risks and able to think outside the box to deliver solutions to day-to-day operational challenges of home health and physician practice professionals. You will be vital to our success and drive future growth. The right candidate is a unique blend of business and content savvy capable of producing and positioning an existing set of print products. You will be responsible for a product portfolio of subscription newsletters and annual books serving the regulatory, coding and billing compliance information needs of home health and medical practice managers and revenue cycle staff. You will work collaboratively with internal content, marketing, sales, and production teams.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Define both long-term strategy and short-term plans to achieve the product vision and deliver business results.
  • Assess the needs, opportunities and pain points for revenue cycle professionals to enhance relevancy, utility and value proposition for existing service lines, as well as launch new products
  • Have full P&L responsibility for your suite of solutions
  • Validate and present business cases, pricing strategy and sales model for your product lines. 
  • Specify product requirements and/or enhancements based on market and competitive research
  • Communicate regularly with customers and prospects to define and identify information needs
  • Stay on top of and analyze market trends, segments, size and buyer behavior
  • Work with marketing and sales to define the go-to-market strategy and articulate a product’s value proposition
  • Review product performance against expectations and facilitate or influence changes to product, positioning and/or strategy to improve performance.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Represent your products and services in customer and prospect engagements
  • Responsible for ensuring customer engagement and satisfaction with product

The Individual:

  • Proven ability to discern customer needs and envision multiple solutions
  • Great interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Ability to influence and lead cross-functional teams
  • A track record of timely delivery, and meeting or exceeding goals
  • Ability to communicate, coordinate with, and influence a range of stakeholders including senior management
  • Ability to drive multiple initiatives simultaneously
  • Ability to interpret competitive intelligence, industry and market trends, and customer feedback
  • Ability to translate ideas into strategies, strategies into product plans, and work cross-functionally to launch and execute on product development plans


  • BA/BS degree
  • 5 to 7 years product management experience, in the healthcare field preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated experience managing change initiatives
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