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The Peterson Center on Healthcare is a non-profit organization dedicated to making higher quality, more affordable healthcare a reality for all Americans. The organization is working to transform U.S. healthcare into a high-performance system by finding innovative solutions that improve quality and lower costs, and accelerating their adoption on a national scale. Established by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, the Center collaborates with stakeholders across the healthcare system and engages in grant-making, partnerships, and research.
The Peterson Center on Healthcare is working with partners to launch an independent initiative to assess the clinical and economic value of digital health technology (DHT). DHT encompasses an array of digital products and services, from technologies that engage consumers for lifestyle and wellness purposes to digital medicine and therapeutics that must be cleared by regulatory bodies.
This major new initiative from the Center aims to promote clear evidence standards and to provide payers and other stakeholders with objective reviews to guide decisions on coverage, pricing, and the need for further research. By identifying technologies and assessing their evidence, the initiative aims to promote more informed purchasing decisions—both encouraging broader uptake of high-value technologies and discouraging adoption of low-value technologies.
The Center is seeking a Senior Vice President, Digital Health Technology Stakeholder Management (“SVP”) to support its initiative, which will be informed by a wide array of stakeholders, including payers, in both informal capacities and formal advisory group structures. The SVP will be responsible for developing, implementing, and advancing a multi-pronged stakeholder engagement strategy to meet the evolving needs of the Center’s DHT initiative. This position will work to recruit and maintain the appropriate mix of stakeholders, build strong rapport with engaged parties, understand competing entities and detractors, and serve as the Center’s primary liaison for DHT stakeholders.
More specifically, the responsibilities include:
Are you someone who:
Has a strategic mindset: Able to develop a big-picture view; connects long-term visions and concepts to daily work; maintains a broad, strategic perspective while identifying and focusing on crucial details; understands the position of the Center in the larger context.
Builds robust networks: Builds strong formal and informal networks; maintains relationships across a variety of functions and locations; draws upon multiple relationships to exchange ideas, resources, and know-how.
Is a superior communicator: Ability to speak and write clearly, effectively, succinctly, and spontaneously, especially under time pressure; ability to synthesize complex information and transform complex issues into understandable and persuasive messages.
Drives results: An independent, self-starter with strong bottom-line orientation; comfortable owning tasks both large and small; persists in accomplishing objectives despite obstacles and setbacks; has a track record of exceeding goals successfully; pushes self and helps others achieve results; a can-do attitude with a willingness to jump into projects as needed.
Brings nimble learning: Learns quickly when facing new situations; independently gathers, collects, and analyzes data to drive decisions and set direction; experiments to find solutions and thinks “out of the box”; takes on the challenge of unfamiliar tasks; extracts lessons learned from research, failures, and mistakes; enjoys the challenge of ambiguity and is highly adaptable.
Excels at project management: Organizes activities and staff clearly into an efficient workflow to deliver projects; creates and manages work plans, sets timelines and milestones, and involves stakeholders to set clear expectations on roles and responsibilities; considers the numerous factors affecting a decision in a complex environment; ability to manage cross-functional teams.
We anticipate that the starting base salary range for this position will be $275,000 to $280,000, plus eligibility for an annual discretionary bonus. In addition, we offer a generous benefits package designed to support employee health and well-being, including comprehensive health insurance, a substantial 401k match, paid time off, a hybrid work schedule, and other flexible work policies.
We are a dynamic, growing organization that embraces critical thinking, problem-solving, and innovative ideas. If you have relevant experience and qualifications, please send your resume to email@example.com
The Peterson Center on Healthcare is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply to our organization. We offer a welcoming community that respects each individual and fosters a diverse set of experiences, perspectives, skills, and ideas. We are committed to building a workplace in which every team member can thrive personally and professionally and contribute to our mission.