|Location||Remote, United States of America|
|Date Posted||September 25, 2020|
Pricing & Reimbursement
|Job Level||Analyst or Senior Analyst|
|Other Locations||United States|
Our Reimbursement Policy Analytics (RPA) team uses data analysis to play an integral role in helping our pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients anticipate reimbursement challenges, create targeted reimbursement strategies that maximize patient access at every stage of the product life cycle, and influence decisionmakers to shape key health policy. Clients count on us to develop strategies that adapt to the changing payer environment and support patient access.
As a member of the RPA team, a typical day might include:
- Conducting data analysis and developing models to (i) inform clients’ market access strategies, (ii) quantify the impact of health policies on the US healthcare system and its stakeholders
- Providing analytic support and advisory services to clients, including legislative and regulatory analysis and modeling of proposed and enacted policies.
- Analyzing large datasets to help clients gain a better understanding of issues ranging from patient utilization patterns to product market dynamics over time
- Providing clients with a deeper understanding of the impact of reimbursement and health policy through detailed medical and prescription drug policy coverage and summarizing findings in a clear and understandable manner
- Offering clients insight into coverage and reimbursement for their products under existing and new payment systems
- Developing content for presentations and other deliverables for a wide range of consulting projects
- Managing various client’s projects and timelines including ongoing client communications and account management for reimbursement-related projects
- Communicating and collaborating to ensure all stakeholders are kept up-to-date on project status
- Identifying and pursuing new business development opportunities including conducting background research and writing proposals
What your background should look like (minimum qualifications)
- Typically at least 3 years’ of directly related experience in the healthcare/public policy/pharmaceutical/biotechnology/medical device industry
- Completion of a four-year bachelor's degree program; master’s degree or equivalent experience is preferred
- Educational experience in fields such as health or public policy, business or healthcare administration, reimbursement, pharmaceuticals, marketing, or similar vocations.
- Working knowledge of Government and Commercial payers
- Strong technical and analytical skills are required. Experience with:
- Microsoft Office, including data analysis and/or developing models in Excel
- Programming language(s) such as SAS (preferred), SQL, Stata, Python, R, etc
- Experience working with ambiguity, conducting independent research, finding and documenting fact-based/supportable information to develop analytical assumptions
- Business-focused understanding of marketing of pharmaceutical products, preferably an understanding of issues around coding, coverage and reimbursement of products.
- Strong time management and organization skills to facilitate meeting deadlines
- Strong written and verbal communication skills; presentation skills are a plus
- Ability to “think outside the box” and work on multiple projects with multiple individuals simultaneously while maintaining flexibility and focus on team collaboration