Job Title Sr. Manager Health Economics & Outcomes Research (m/f/d)
The Sr. Manager Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR) will serve as the principal technical and strategic lead for one or more assets across BioTelemetry business group ( ) within the PHILIPS Connected Care Business Cluster. He/She will be responsible for the development and execution of high-quality HEOR evidence and value communication strategies to support optimal funding, payment and access aligned with the overarching objectives of the Philips Quadruple aim.
Partner with Global Clinical, Medical, Marketing, R&D, and Market Access departments to develop and execute strategic HEOR activities to support the successful launch of the devices and solutions from BioTelemetry portfolio
Lead development of global HEOR data generation strategies to ensure launch readiness
Assess, synthesize, interpret, and communicate relevant scientific information to internal and external stakeholders
Provide strategic input on the selection of patient populations, comparators, HEOR and patient-reported outcomes within clinical trials to enable negotiations, reimbursement, and patient access with global payers and regulatory decision makers
Generate HEOR deliverables needed for clinical development, regulatory interactions, and internal governance milestones
Develop and lead HEOR projects in alignment with Clinical Development Evidence generation strategy to enhance the value messages aligned with the Quadruple Ai
Develop and utilize different health economics models (i.e. budget impact models, cost-effectiveness models) to assess and communicate the public health impact and economic value of Biotelemetry’s solutions and devices.
Execute and manage research projects with external collaborators and vendors to ensure timely completion and quality of deliverables as well as budget and legal compliance
Generate peer-reviewed publications to communicate study findings in scientific channels in alignment with the product publication strategy and the overall Clinical Evidence Generation Strategy
Influence HEOR policies and methodological advances inside and outside the company by leading key cross-divisional task forces to help improve processes and standards in HEOR research programs
You are a part of a growing HEOR team (part of the Chief Medical Office), where you will support a wide range of innovative health technology projects across the Idea to Market process. You will report to the Director of HEOR for Connected Care Business Cluster who is based in the Netherlands.
In return, we offer you an exciting path towards your most rewarding career. Philips is growing its health economics and outcomes research capabilities enterprise-wide and you will be challenged beyond your core competencies in an environment that rewards those that take ownership and deliver. Succeeding in this market-based role in a complex environment will open many doors for your long-term career, in other areas in Philips or otherwise.
What we are looking for:
Advanced Clinical/Science Degree required (e.g., PharmD, MD or PhD) with focus on health economics, epidemiology, pharmacy, or medicine
In-depth knowledge of evidence generation methods, strategies, and tools including, but not limited to: Health economics; cost-effectiveness/budget impact models; patient-reported outcomes measures; real-world evidence studies; network meta-analysis; peer-reviewed publications
Familiarity with the current legal and regulatory landscape pertinent to the medical device industry.
Proven ability to develop strong partnerships across multiple functions within a large group/company.
Demonstrated ability to assess anticipated value for projects/programs to ensure alignment to business priorities and prioritize accordingly.
Experience in Global Environment with International experiences.
Minimum of 5 years of experience within HEOR field preferably in consultancy or industry (medical devices or pharmaceuticals).
Ability to learn other diseases or product areas as business needs and product life cycles change.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills; exhibits professional maturity, confidence, and competence. Strong conflict resolution skills: proven ability to achieve conflict resolution effectively and quickly with affected parties and work in a cross functional environment.
Knows how to summarize and communicate complex information and business objectives in a concise and effective way for important presentations and decisions.
Business travel, by air or car, is required for internal and external business meetings (up to 20% of time).
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