We are pleased to announce that Anjali Jameson has joined One Medical as VP of Product Management.
Anjali comes to One Medical with years of experience leading product teams and building best-in-class digital health, enterprise software, and e-commerce solutions. Most recently, she served as VP of Product at Optum, where she led the Navigation and Care product teams, building a suite of products serving over 50 million members. In this role, Anjali helped build consumer-first experiences across care, wellness, and benefits technology.
Prior to Optum, she led product development at several digital health startups, including Habit, a personalized nutrition company, Zipongo, an employee wellness company, and Rally Health, the consumer digital arm of UnitedHealthGroup.
Before her foray into healthcare, Anjali led the product management efforts for mobile commerce at the Apple Online Store, including large-scale omni-channel, localization and accessibility initiatives.
At One Medical, Anjali is focused on building the best care-centric healthcare technology in the industry. Her expertise lies in her ability to create a product vision that marries user experience with operational scale. She believes strongly that healthcare should be compassionate, affordable, and equitable, and asserts that healthcare technology should be designed and created around the user. She is eager to help One Medical continue to deliver a simpler, more compassionate healthcare experience.
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