Job role: senior product manager
the product manager/director is responsible for the product planning and execution throughout the product life-cycle, including upstream and downstream components to include marketing strategy, pricing, product positioning and all commercialization efforts for a product franchise. This person acts as the liaison between sales and all cross functional teams to ensure that the client’s needs are met. The product manager/director analyzes and provides relevant data on the market, current and future product performance, and competition providing appropriate recommendations on mitigation plans to allow for continued revenue growth. This individual will develop sustainable relationships with key opinion leaders, sales, cross-functional, and regional sales leadership. The product manager/director’s job also includes ensuring that the product supports the company’s overall strategy and goals.
• 6+ years of healthcare industry experience and a minimum of 4 years experience as a product manager or product marketing manager in the healthcare or genetics testing field.
• bachelor’s degree (mba preferred)
requirements in addition to the license/certification/education:
• demonstrated success defining and launching products
• excellent written and verbal communication skills
• excellent teamwork skills
• proven ability to influence cross-functional teams without formal authority
• must be u.S citizen or permanent residents+2 Other Responses
I am an attorney involved in personal injury litigation who is seeking an expert in the area of healthcare administration. More specifically, i need someone who is familiar with creation and management of pace organizations. The litigation does not pertain to medical malpractice.+4 Other Responses
Oil And Gas Health Effects
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topic and prompt
the first research into the effects of oil and gas development on babies born near wells has found potential health risks. Government officials, industry advocates and the researchers themselves say more studies are needed before drawing conclusions.
While the findings are still preliminary, any documented hazards threaten to cast a shadow over hydraulic fracturing, or fracking -- the process of blasting chemicals, sand and water deep underground to extract fuel from rock that’s helped push the u.S. Closer to energy self-sufficiency than at any time since 1985.
“it’s not really well understood how the environment interacts with genetics to produce these birth defects,” said lisa mckenzie of the colorado school of public health, who conducted research published in january in the journal environmental health perspectives. “we really need to do more study to see what the association is, if any, with natural gas development.”
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