US HEVA Primary Care Manager
Bridgewater, New Jersey
Serves as the key HEOR contact for Market Access, Medical, and Commercial functions for the Primary Care therapeutic area for the US market. Pro-actively works with different functions to communicate evidence needs to Primary Care US HEVA Business Partner. Working with key stakeholders that the HEVA plans meet key market needs and timelines. Ensures studies move forward in concert with the overall Primary Care publication plan and manages the publication and internal, external key messages and forums for evidence dissemination for responsible US HEVA projects. Supports sharing / training in US on evidence, tools and approaches taken to support products in the primary care strategy.
Details of Responsibilities:
- Working in close collaboration with matrix teams: medical affairs, market access, commercial, RWI, communications and advocacy teams to ensure alignment of US Primary Care HEVA strategy with different product / brand strategies
- Working in close collaboration with product/franchise key stakeholders and vendors to ensure HEVA plan deliverables meet timelines such as AMCP dossier, section 114 strategies, BIM and provide trainings/support for field teams that would like to utilize the tools.
- Be an active participant of GHEVA team
- Working with broader HEVA team, make sure there is a robust RWE strategy for US (pre and post-launch) in the primary care products
- Provide input into pricing strategy in US with needed tools such as cost effectiveness
- Advanced degree (PhD, MD, MPH, or PharmD) in a scientific discipline
- Clinical background should be supplemented with advanced quantitative training demonstrated by an MPH or MS in a relevant field
- Experience in health economics, outcomes research, or directly market access field
- Publications in peer-reviewed journals demonstrating experience in observational research, and/or health economics
- Cardio-metabolic experience is a plus
- Project management experience
Skills & Competencies:
- Proven ability to work collaboratively with multiple different teams and stakeholders
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- Strong customer focus and results orientation
- Demonstrated integrity on work-related compliance considerations and solid ethics
- Ability to manage complexity and ambiguity in a highly matrixed work environment
- Self-motivated, acts autonomously and prioritizes
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