As an Associate Director-Clinical Value and Evidence you will provide clinical, scientific and HEOR evidence to pharmacy & therapeutics committees, pathway administrators, physician administrators, and access decision makers. You will communicate clinical and HEOR evidence for Oncology/Hematology approved products and investigational medications to US healthcare segments.
This is a field-based position that requires work in a multifunctional, matrix organization and possibly partner companies.
A typical day may include the following:
Building, prioritizing and cultivating relationships with Managed Market, IDN, GPO and Pathway decision makers that inform annual planning.
Developing a system of timely communication of US customer medical and HEOR insights.
Collaborating with Scientific/Medical Communications and internal partners developing materials for external customer focused reactive/proactive evidence.
Participating in meetings to review HEOR presentations in collaboration with HQ-HEOR and other relevant partners.
Participating in the identification of company sponsored HEOR/RWE research collaborations and review of proposals.
Collaborating with customers to identify gaps in HEOR research.
Responding to organized customer requests for information.
This may be for you if you have:
The desire to make an impact on patient lives
A deep scientific knowledge Oncology/Hematology products and pipeline, target disease areas, and competitive landscape
Demonstrated ability to communicate therapeutics value proposition and health outcome data
Track record of working corroboratively and developing relationships in academic and clinical practice settings
To be considered for this, you are required to have a PhD, PharmD, MD or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Knowledge and understanding of health economic principles and oncology or hematology is required. Over 5 years in a pharmaceutical industry or clinical setting such as drug information, disease management programs or clinical pharmacy/medicine. A minimum of 1 year of field medical affairs experience addressing scientific, clinical and HEOR issues of policy in a Managed Car/Access is required. Experience in conducting and communicating the results of health outcomes research.
Does this sound like you? Apply now to take your first steps toward living the Regeneron Way! We have an inclusive and diverse culture that provides comprehensive benefits including health and wellness programs, fitness centers and equity awards, annual bonuses, and paid time off for eligible employees at all levels!
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Salary Range (annually)
$165,900.00 - $270,700.00