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Direct Hire - Dir, Global Value & Access Oncology in Woodcliff Lake, NJ at Integrated Resources, Inc

Date Posted: 1/11/2019

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Dir, Global Value & Access Oncology

Job Description
The Global Director Oncology provides strategic market access/HTA strategies and HEOR input to the Oncology Business Unit Leadership Team to ensure patient and payer-centric product development. The Global Director, GV&A will drive the development and alignment of value proposition strategies with clinical, regulatory, medical affairs, and commercial/field team. The Global Director - Oncology will report to the Snr Global Director - Oncology.
The Global Director, GV&A will be responsible for Value and Access Strategies for key Client oncology products,) as well as new products and indications. In collaboration with Global Market Access Directors; will support reimbursement activities for key oncology products in all markets.
Developing and executing comprehensive global HE and HTA strategies and implementation plans in collaboration with the Global Market Access and the Regional Market Access partners.
Demonstrate strong technical abilities in SLR, ITC, NMA, economic modelling (BIM and CEA), real world evidence, patient-reported outcomes, and GVD execution, and vendor management.
This is a dynamic, experienced individual, with very strong presentation and technical skills, with 7-10 years' experience in the field of health outcomes and health economics within a pharmaceutical company or consulting, who enjoys working as a team and is looking to work in a rewarding fast-growing therapy area
Strategic Input into Oncology Leadership Team / Product Development Plans
Drive alignment across complex matrix of clinical, medical affairs, commercial and value & access functions as well as local country affiliates to deliver an integrated global payer perspective.
Serve as the subject matter expert on HEOR, pricing and reimbursement at the leadership team and provide key input to the clinical development plan and global regulatory plans.
Collaborate internally with clinical development, biostatistics, and medical affairs to ensure that strategically appropriate payer- and patient- relevant endpoints are include in phase 2-4 trials. Critically assess every protocol and provide recommendations on study designs, comparator selection and outcomes measures.
Create and implement Patient Reported Outcomes strategy: recommendation for PRO selection in clinical trials, PRO SAP, FDA/EMA PRO submissions, utility analyses and publications.
Provide HEOR and P&R input to development and launch teams.
In collaboration with Clinical, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs, develop clinical strategy early in product development that supports broad market access.
Work with commercial areas and clinical affairs to gather feedback from key opinion leaders and understand global reimbursement pathways; Lead cross functional initiatives and collaborate with Medical Affairs, Clinical, R&D, local Market Access and Affiliates to ensure solid understanding of global payer markets and emerging stakeholders in the reimbursement area and translate reimbursement requirements into product specifications and assess potential reward and risk.
Provide estimates of pricing & reimbursement expectations and necessary future HEOR investments for business development reviews and existing products.
Monitor healthcare legislative changes and proactively modify product reimbursement and market access plans to manage; communicate impact and recommendations to the leadership team.
Value Evidence Generation
Drive high quality evidence generation methodologies and execution of timely deliverables for the Oncology BU, in collaboration with Medical Affairs and Product Creation Unit.
Develop comprehensive outcomes research plans to identify and address evidentiary gaps for pricing and reimbursement submissions, patient-reported outcomes submissions, and health policy submissions.

Job Qualifications Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Required
Degree in medicine, pharmacy, life sciences, economics or statistics
A postgraduate degree such as Masters, MPH, or PhD in the area of Health Outcomes/Health Economics
Minimum of 7 years' experience in health outcomes.
Competence in carrying out a variety of HEOR studies using a range of standard techniques including PRO validation, SLRs, ITC, NMA, Survival analysis
Hands on experience of economic modeling projects, and HTA relevant statistical methodologies
Solid background in the design and conduct of Health Technology Assessments (HTA) in and proven record of achieving local market access and favorable pricing in HTA driven markets such as UK, Sweden, Canada, or Australia
Strong Excel modelling skills
Effective analytical/problem solving skills, including generation of original and innovative ideas and solutions
Experience of the preparation and delivery of HE communications: abstracts, posters and presentations for scientific conferences; manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals
Action-oriented, customer-focused, with effective prioritization, goal-setting and time management skills
Experience in the design of claims analysis and observational studies is desirable
Effective interpersonal skills; projection of professional image and credibility; teamwork oriented and inclusive
Ability to work cross-functionally within teams