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ACT.md seeks experienced sales executives to build markets and drive sales in a complex healthcare environment.

 

ACT.md is a Boston-based healthcare technology startup working to disrupt healthcare’s current fragmented approach to patient care, care coordination, and helping address patients’ social determinants that keep them from achieving their best health.

 

The company was founded in 2012 to develop better, safer, cheaper tools for managing healthcare’s most complex patients.  ACT.md allows providers, social workers, patients, families, or any person helping to provide care for a patient to access and contribute to a task-based project plan for patients.

 

ACT.md clients include a range of academic medical center, payers, and government and community agencies that are involved in the overall care of a patient population. The main focus of the position is to build the ACT.md customer base, both through direct selling and through support of channel partners.  

 

This individual will rapidly develop an intimate understanding of a wide array of prospect situations and needs, interpret those needs for appropriate positioning of ACT.md's technical and service offering, and reliably drive process to closure. To be successful, this individual must be quickly viewed by prospects as a credible advisor to their strategic efforts to be successful under new care delivery models and manage complex care across the continuum. They must have a fundamental understanding of the care delivery process and reimbursement models and be able to communicate with a variety of constituents including clinical, technical, and operational leaders.

 

This person needs to have an entrepreneurial spirit and strong organization, communication and leadership skills. The Sales Director must have a high sense of integrity and personal responsibility and align with ACT.md values of passion and excellence. Teamness, flexibility and aptitude for learning are critical traits.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Effectively communicate ACT.md value proposition, differentiators, and messaging
  • Own market segment: develop and execute strategy to build pipeline and drive business forward
  • Manage funnel (forecast accuracy and activity prioritization)
  • Meet or exceed annual targets
  • Contribute to peer deal strategy sessions
  • Provide "voice of the market" input and feedback to product management and marketing
  • Maintain knowledge of competitive landscape and industry needs and trends

 

Skills & Knowledge

  • Well versed in healthcare payment policies and payment reform trends
  • RN, BSN, MSN, or MPH degree
  • 5+ years of healthcare consulting or sales experience
  • Knowledge of and experience consulting organizations pursuing team-based care models and performance based contracts is preferred
  • Experience selling to both provider and payer organizations preferred
  • Previous experience working as part of a growing early stage company preferred

 

Contact David Fanara, Chief Revenue Officer, with your résumé and cover letter, via email at david@act.md


 

From architecture, to planning, development, and code review, Software Engineers at ACT.md build features and products that improve lives across the country.

 

Andrea is a care coordinator helping navigate hundreds of patients through complex care. Each day, she needs to focus on the most critical patients before their care veers off track, and guide their care teams back to an ideal trajectory. Using ACT.md’s web-based platform, Andrea can launch a targeted series of care workflows to ensure each patient gets the best possible treatment, especially when care crosses organizational boundaries, includes family caregivers, or requires the engagement of community services. In concert, ACT.md integrates each patient’s care plan with data from hospitals, health information exchanges, or insurers, so that automated or human decision-making is always well-informed.

 

You will:

  • Take a deep dive into our codebase, building new features and improving our existing functionality.
  • Actively pair with colleagues through all stages of our process: architecture, planning, development, and code review.
  • Work closely with our UX and Account Services teams to understand our users—patients, families, clinicians, case managers, and community resources—so we always build functionality that matters.
  • Engage fellow team members and users to develop and refine design concepts for our web and mobile applications
  • Guarantee code quality and user experience through automated testing, ranging from isolated unit tests to in-browser integration tests.
  • Do meaningful work building a product that improves lives.

 

You are:

  • A genuinely nice person... if you enjoy puns, all the merrier!
  • Committed to iterative improvement—of the product, the process, the team, and yourself—learning from others and teaching others in return.
  • Passionate about finding clear solutions to complex problems.

You have:

  • A relevant degree in computer science or a related field.
  • 2–5 years experience building and deploying web-based Ruby on Rails applications in a production environment at scale.

Cool if you are:

  • Familiar with React + Redux.
  • Perhaps interested in data visualization frameworks like D3 or Processing.

Interested? Contact Patrick Schmid, Chief Technology Officer, with your résumé and portfolio, a few thoughts about why working in healthcare resonates with you, and when you're free for coffee.


 

We seek an experienced leader to fill a senior Implementations and Account Services role. 

 

ACT.md’s cloud-based CareHub™ connects patients, families, care teams, and community services together on the journey to health and well-being. We are looking for a creative problem-solver who combines visionary leadership with hands-on implementation. From sales through implementation and account growth, this individual will need to build collaborative client relationships, and support change management across a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, and non-traditional healthcare settings.

 

You will:


- Analyze workflows of clinical programs and processes and implement a customized solution that combines technology and service lines to meet client needs
- Develop programs and manage projects from start to finish, effectively
Identify new business development opportunities and spearhead expansion projects within accounts
- Create and deliver implementation training programs, including producing print, digital/interactive training materials

 

You are:


- An advanced-degree professional with at least 5 years professional experience in a health or social services related field AND in either an account services, program management, or consulting role
- Experienced and comfortable presenting to individuals and groups at all organizational levels including executives and prospects
- Experienced mentoring on-site and remote staff
- Tech savvy, and preferably a data wiz!
- Experienced with change management process, and sensitive to workflow disruption at clinical sites
- Willing to travel (up to 50% of time, depending on specific client deployments)
- Energized by start-up culture and pace
- Passionate about innovation in healthcare

 

Clinicians, including Paramedics, Social Workers, RN/NPs, and/or Physician Assistants, encouraged to apply.

 

Contact us with your résumé and cover letter:
Matt Goudreau (matt@act.md), Director, Implementations and Account Services
Jessica Sattler (jessica@act.md, VP, Implementations and Account Services


 

The Technical Project Manager (TPM) works directly with ACT.md’s current and prospective clients and channel partners.

 

The TPM leads and manages the process of translating customer needs and requirements to the functionality present in the ACT.md platform, as well as developing specifications and project management for custom feature builds. They are involved from early in the pre-sales cycle (RFPs, proposals) through implementation and customer sign-off. The TPM must have a full understanding of development methodologies, best practices, and common web application architectures. 

 

The Technical Project Manager role requires a strong technical background, excellent client and project management skills, and ability to lead both internal and customer technical teams. Successful candidates must be action oriented, capable of independently driving toward solutions to technical problems, communicate clearly and effectively to both technical and business stakeholders.

 

You will:

  • Create and deliver project and integration solutions by evaluating the customers’ current systems, web application architecture, security requirements; providing detailed documentation for the agreed upon solution that satisfies the customers’ business and technical requirements.
  • Establish success criteria and act as the single point of contact for the customer for all technical issues and project deliverables.
  • Create and manage proposals, Statements of Work, and detailed project plans, including timelines and effort estimates.
  • Scope and resolve issues that arise during customer trials or integrations by working closely with Implementations, Engineering, UX, Product and Sales teams.
  • Track and document status and time spent on customer technical projects.
  • Participate in internal projects that help scale our technology, implement playbooks, and improve our process and quality of our implementations.
  • Travel to customer’s offices when necessary support our clients (~20% travel).

 

You are:

  • A genuinely nice person... if you enjoy puns, all the merrier!
  • Able to scope, manage and implement technical projects while setting accurate expectations on effort and timelines by working closely with internal and customer teams and stakeholders.
  • Committed to iterative improvement—of the product, the process, the team, and yourself—learning from others and teaching others in return.
  • Passionate about finding clear solutions to complex problems.

 

You have:

  • 2–5 years experience managing technical projects.
  • Experience working with projects where you were required to get detailed technical specifications, documents, and configuration settings from a client.

 

Interested? Contact Patrick Schmid, Chief Technology Officer, with your résumé a few thoughts about why working in healthcare resonates with you.