Health Economist

Health Economist
  • $0.76 - $58.42 per Hour
  • Temporary
  • Philadelphia PA, US Philadelphia Philadelphia County US 19112
Job Ref: JO000103399
Sector: Science
Date Added: 22 July 2020

Health Economist

Will be remote. East Coast is preferred
• Responsible for multiple US health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) vaccines projects and/disease areas, with a focus on early assets
• Responsible for development and implementation of HEOR tactical plans for asset/vaccine(s), including in depth review and evaluation of health economics modelling
• A Masters, PhD, or equivalent in a relevant discipline (i.e., Health Policy, Economics, Health Services Research, Pharmacy Administration, Epidemiology, etc). Specific training in health economics is essential to main educational qualifications
• Experience working in the pharmaceutical industry, managed care, hospital, academic or healthcare environment, specifically relating to HEOR strategy, research and application
• Experience conducting vaccines research (preferred)
• Flexible Thinking
• Countinuous Improvement
• Customer Driven
• Enable and Drive Change
• Building Relationships
• Strategic and tactical application of HEOR expertise (retrospective database studies, chart reviews, cross-sectional surveys, prospective observational studies, patient-reported outcomes development and validation, economic modeling, payer research); ability to apply and adapt in concert with therapeutic knowledge
• Business knowledge and application to problem solving
• Reimbursement systems, healthcare market and decision-maker understanding
(Complexity of
role, level of influence and autonomy) • Leads the development, management, design, implementation and delivery of US HEOR strategy & tactical plans for specific vaccine(s)/ disease area(s) to support the strategic objectives of GSK vaccines during discovery, development, launch and/or life cycle management as appropriate for organizational role
Leads and delivers tools/services to support reimbursement and access, and differentiate vaccination within a therapeutic area in support of the US access of GSK vaccines by the right patients who benefit from them by evaluating and demonstrating their differentiated value to patients, physicians and payers during discovery, development and launch
• Works in partnership with matrix bodies within product development (access teams, medical matrix teams, medical commercial strategy teams, and project teams) and regions to ensure provision of HEOR information to support internal decision making during all phases of vaccines development
• Collaborates with colleagues through matrix teams and line functions to provide input into development of vaccines development strategies at all stages of development
• Represents USHO vaccines team on global and/or regional GSK initiatives
• Key regional therapeutic area HEOR plan for vaccine/disease area aligned with vaccines development strategy in order to help secure reimbursement, market access/formulary listing, and promotion
• Review and provide input into the development of economic models to demonstrate the economic and humanistic benefits of GSK vaccines in a rigorous and timely manner
• Effective generation, implementation, communication and dissemination of health outcome plans and deliverables globally and regionally, both to internal and external audience
• Develop and maintain excellent working relations with external HEOR experts/thought leaders to ensure appropriate methods in health economics are applied, in accordance with GSK policies
• Effective project management of external consultants to achieve project objectives within timelines and within budget
• Use expert knowledge of global and/or regional healthcare markets and needs of healthcare decision-makers to inform development of strategies.
• Share expert HEOR knowledge with department, stakeholders, and matrix team members
• Ensure all company and departmental required training for self is completed within necessary timeframe and documented appropriately
• Ensure all company and departmental SOPs are understood and adhered to by self
• As a Study Accountable Person, ensure that any observational study (retrospective database or chart review; meta-analysis/indirect comparison, prospective longitudinal) is tracked, monitored, reported, & disclosed according to all relevant policies and GSK procedures. This responsibility is owned by the Study Accountable Person even if the activities are outsourced
• Manage matrix relationships
(oral and written)
• Verbal, written, and presentation skills to effectively communicate and gain support of strategic plans, tactical activities and evidence generated laterally within group, upwardly to middle & senior management, and across matrices

SRG Woolf is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.

22/08/2020 12:00:00
USD 0.76 0.76
Contact Consultant:
Jennifer Law

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