Global HEOR Lead (Marketing)
The Global HEOR Lead role is based in Zug, Switzerland or South Plainfield, NJ
The role reports to the Head of Global Market Access.
Responsible for the development and execution of Health Economic and Reimbursement strategies to evaluate and communicate the economic and humanist value of PTC products to customers, regulators and payers.
Primary duties/responsibilities: Design and execute strategies that demonstrate product value to Health Technology Agencies, and support commercialization including reimbursement and pricing activities.
Work in collaboration with Market Access and Therapy Area leads to identify payer evidence needs across the products´ life-cycle
Partner with Global Medical Affairs and Development teams to provide evidence generation needs, and payer requirements into clinical trial protocols
Partner with Biostatistics with regards to Statistical Plans, subgroup analysis and clinical protocol designs to reflect payer requirements
Monitor and capture global HTA and evidence requirements to inform the internal organization
Design and Drive global economic model development, coordinate country adaptations in link with country teams and external vendors
Develop process and quality review of country HTA submissions, especially economic modelling (cost effectiveness, budget impact models)
Be the Health Economics champion externally when interacting with Key Opinion Leaders, Health authorities and presenting at key conferences
Collaboration with Global Pricing to develop Value Based Pricing models for cutting edge assets and rare disease products
Lead various database analyses such as patient registry data, epidemiologic research, and others.
Lead economic modeling activities by designing and populating various types of economic models and assisting countries and regions adaptation of models with local data.
Work with Global, Medical Affairs and Clinical Affairs to lead health economic related publication and communication strategies.
Assist marketing in development of training materials and modules related to health economic messages
Where appropriate, undertake in-house economic studies and related activities such as literature reviews and modeling.
Performs all PTC business in accordance with all regulations and PTC policies and procedures. Qualifications:
Proven ability to develop health economic strategies in support of commercial programs
Good understanding of the global reimbursement environment is preferred with building global/regional health economics and pricing dossiers and/or reimbursement submitted to managed care or national authorities
Superior communication skills together with familiarity with basic statistical concepts are preferred
Well-developed interpersonal skills to work well in a cross-functional team as a constructive and effective member Leadership Capabilities: Possesses strong business acumen
Are agile, competent and with demonstrated ability to influence
Demonstrated ability to take initiative, be a self-starter and establish successful internal work relationships with co-workers and client groups.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively, as required, in a fast-paced, matrixed, team environment consisting of internal and external team members.
Excellent planning, organization and time management skills including the ability to support and prioritize multiple projects.
Knowledge of common market practices in the life sciences industry.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to create and give presentations to groups of all sizes.
Strong work ethic and sense of professionalism and discretion, demonstrating accountability, integrity, and respect for confidentiality. Education, Experience & Skills: Education and/or experience: Ph.D., Pharm.D., M.P.H., M.S or M.D. in Public Health, Health Economics, Epidemiology, Medicine, Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmacy Administration, Pharmacy or related scientific field
Minimum 10 years of experience in health economics and/or outcomes research in pharmaceutical industry, medical device, academia or health economics consultancy.
Minimum 5 years experience in health economics and/or outcomes team leadership within the pharmaceutical industry
Fluent in oral and written English.
Fluency in other languages like German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian is a plus Travel: Approximately 30 %