Commonwealth Care Alliance Growth and Implementation Manager in Boston, Massachusetts
Why This Role is Important to Us:
Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) is a rapidly growing nonprofit organization, the leader in providing integrated health care and social support services to people with complex medical needs. Our patients are seniors and persons with disabilities covered under Medicaid, Medicare, or both (i.e. dual eligible). Our innovative care model is nationally recognized for its effectiveness in improving health outcomes for these vulnerable populations. Our unique care model is empowering for our employees as well as our members.
Why This Role is Important to Us
The Growth and Implementation team working under the leadership of the Chief Development Officer, and supporting the President of Markets is responsible for:
Evaluating and implementing CCA’s growth strategies across different type of growth efforts including new market entries, acquisitions, strategic partnerships, or new business / product launches.
Ensuring a sustainable integration of each growth opportunity into existing CCA operations, including assessing capabilities and resources needed for new projects, driving business plan developmet, and the design of operational and reporting structures.
Within this team, the Growth and Implementation Manager, is a high-visibility role that serves a critical role in driving the implementation of CCA’s growth initiatives. Reporting to the Director of Growth and Implementation, this role will work cross-functionally to drive growth projects across CCA’s growth platforms. Key to success in this position is the ability to work across the organization at all levels, as well as with stakeholders from outside the organization. The Growth and Implementation Manager, will be an individual contributor with strong leadership skills in a matrix environment, and must be a proactive problem solver, with a strong bias for action and ability to drive progress across complex growth projects.
What You'll Be Doing:
Builds and manages plans to support growth implementation projects, including new market entries and partnerships for state government programs, working with external and internal stakeholders to deliver on aligned goals on an accelerated timeline.
Working with relevant functional owners, prepares analyses, reports and presentations to drive progress towards established goals and insights
Gleans actionable insights from relevant analytics to inform executive prioritization and decision-making
Develops budgets, identifies resource needs, and (in partnership with the Finance team, when needed), develops and maintains financial models
Prepares meeting agendas, materials, and reports, and works across the organization to ensure follow-up
Partners inside and outside the organization to identify barriers to progress and escalates to team leadership as appropriate
Supports any other Growth & Implementation projects as directed
What We're Looking For:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
Master's Degree in Business Administration, Public Health or related field is a plus
3 or more years' experience working in healthcare, health insurance, payer-provider relations
Experience with Medicaid
Healthcare non-profit, consulting and/or startup experience is a plus
Experience with Medicare Advantage and dually eligible populations
Understanding of health plan operations and critical success factors for the industry
Strong analytical skills
Strong written and verbal communications skill; fluency in PowerPoint
Strategic thinking, ability to identify high vs low priority activities
Strong project management skills, discipline in running complex, multi-stakeholder projects in an agile way, ability to multi-task / switch gears effectively, and effective time management skills
Ability to effectively prepare and run complex cross-functional internal or client meetings
An excellent team player, ability to work effectively in a team environment
Strong bias for action with a commitment to getting things done
EEO is The Law
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Please note employment with CCA is contingent upon acceptable professional references, a background check (including Mass CORI, employment, education, criminal check, and driving record, (if applicable)), an OIG Report and verification of a valid MA/RN license (if applicable). Commonwealth Care Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for positions without regard to veteran status, uniformed service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other category protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
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