Director, Global Health Economics and Payer Evidence

Summary The Director, Global Health Economics and Payer Evidence will report directly to the Senior Director, Global Pricing and Payer Strategy and will work closely with Global Medical Affairs, Research and Development, Global Marketing, Global Business Insights & Commercial Operations, Legal, Compliance as well as with external customers. S/he will responsible for developing global health economics and payer evidence strategies for AR101 and future pipeline assets. S/he will work with the broader Global Market Access and Customer Solutions team to identify and assess payer evidence needs, define health economics strategies, and implement health economics tactics, including research studies, publication activities, and field resources. These efforts will include cross-functional coordination with the Market Access and Medical Affairs teams, both in-house and field-based. Specific Responsibilities: Responsible for leading the development of global health economics and payer evidence strategies, facilitating vendor contracts, and overseeing project budgets Promote payer requirements and incorporate evidence needs into product development strategies for pipeline assets Ensure effective budget planning and secure resources to deliver payer evidence plan Ensure that payer evidence plan is developed and/or validated at each investment decision with key internal and external stakeholders, meets the needs of key markets and respective payer archetypes, and is aligned with clinical, medical and brand strategies Secure cross-functional input to the payer evidence plan, including real world evidence (RWE) and patient reported outcomes (PROs) for payer needs In collaboration with Medical Affairs, provide payer relevant evidence requirements into development plans, including Phase 3 studies, non-RCT studies, and post-launch data planning (anticipating key payer requirements) ensuring its implementation/delivery and communication Deliver clear, customer-focused and robust AMCP Dossiers and Global Value Dossiers When needed, provide the payer perspective to labeling and regulatory activities teams Promote and lead the development of global health economic models and payer evidence materials to support brand strategy as well as participate on the cross-functional Global Value Team (GVT) Conduct strategic and tactical planning of payer evidence (e.g., clinical trial design and analysis, economic modeling, evidence synthesis including indirect treatment comparisons) to support market access and reimbursement for Aimmune products In collaboration with Medical Affairs, drive the publication activities for health economics studies to support payer needs, generate peer reviewed scientific publications, as well as effective communication of complex ideas for use with both payers and other stakeholders Prepare proposal requests for outsourced health economics / payer evidence projects and manage the vendor selection process Deliver assigned projects to time, budget, and quality, including the management of vendors as required Participate in external health economics and payer evidence activities via technical presentations, committee membership, publication reviews, and other similar activities Actively monitor and apply new analytical techniques and payer evidence trends Interact with health technology appraisal authorities and advisors / key external experts in preparing materials for scientific advice and reimbursement submissions Attend external meetings and conferences to gather insights and best-practices, and keep current with trends that may impact health economics and payer evidence Must be able to operate in a fast-paced organization, with high expectations and accountability on the quality and timing of deliverables Excellent opportunity to join a high-performing team committed to making a difference for the betterment of patients Qualifications / Requirements: BA/BS and formal post graduate degree in health economics or a related quantitative discipline 10+ years' experience with increasing job responsibilities in Global Health Economics and Payer Evidence within the biotech or pharmaceutical industry Demonstrated understanding of global pharmaceutical markets with strong expertise in the US market Outstanding communication, presentation and influencing skills a variety of audiences, including scientific, commercial and senior management Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects within specified timelines, budgetary and quality standards Experience leading and influencing large cross-functional teams Excellent verbal and written skills Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills Ability to think strategically as well as execute tactically High level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point May require up to 20% travel based on business needs Work with compliance and legal to ensure all training responsibilities, policies, and procedures are met Position will be individual contributor with ability to influence, direct, and manage cross-functional partners
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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