This is a contract opportunity for Global, Value and Access Consultant - HEOR & Market Access located in Woodcliff Lake, NJ
The consultant is an intermediate-level, experienced professional who has worked at least 5 years in in the global HEOR department at a pharmaceutical company or companies as a contractor or full-time employee.
This individual must be able to independently review drug product information (protocols, CSRs, landscape information) and develop an HEOR evidence generation plan and market access plan.
This individual must also have experience in independently managing a variety of key HEOR project types such as SLRs, ITCs, GVDs, CEAs, BIMs, payer landscape assessments.
This individual must also demonstrate strength in being able to conduct and critically evaluate at least 2-3 of these HEOR project types mentioned above.
This individual must demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate technical information and market access strategy to members of the commercial, clinical development, medical affairs, biostatistics, and regulatory teams.
This individual must be able to independently incorporate HEOR endpoints into RCT protocols, SAPs, CRFs, and write-up the HEOR data in the CSR.
This GV&A Consultant serves as a GV&A product lead on the relevant cross-functional teams, ensuring the following for each product:
Management of collaborations with other departments
Plan evidence generation needs and strategic imperatives
Co-development of market access plans with the Global Market Access team
Deliver timely, strategic, high-quality deliverables
The Senior Manager will fulfill the following objectives:
Evidence generation plan development
Perform targeted literature reviews to support strategy development
Evidence gap assessment
Clinical trial protocol & SAP review
HEOR endpoint selection for clinical studies
PRO development advice and execution
Management of project vendors
Delivering training and tool roll out
Contract & budget tracking
This person will be expected to support local country pricing and reimbursement submissions and negotiations.
The candidate should have a good working knowledge of the range of healthcare reimbursement systems and reimbursement guidelines.
This position is ideal for a candidate with a strong evidence generation and strategy development background.
Candidates should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and work well in multidisciplinary, dynamic team environments.
A postgraduate degree such as a PhD, MPH, or MS in a Health Services Research or similar field is required.
5 years of experience in an HEOR industry department is required.
Associated topics: affair, drug safety, health economic and clinical outcomes research, health economic and outcomes research, hecor, hospital consultant, liaison, medical affairs, protocol, usage