ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Support the development and execution of the market access and HEOR strategy for pharmaceutical clients at a global or regional level
- Develop global value dossiers and advisory board briefing books.
- Identify evidence gaps in clinical data needed for optimal reimbursement and design appropriate strategies to generate payer-relevant data.
- Review country-specific HTA reports to identify payer needs and inform clinical trial development.
- Define the payer value proposition in line with the product/brand strategy.
- Translate payer value propositions into pricing and reimbursement (P&R) dossiers, considering the specificities of each individual market.
- Conduct primary payer research to anticipate payer needs.
- Assist in the development of evidence generation strategies to support the value demonstration of pre-launch and/or marketed products in relevant disease/therapeutic areas.
- Assist in the design, development, conduct, and/or management of HE&OR models, secondary non-interventional studies, and appropriate communication and tools to support access decisions.
- Conduct secondary research to identify and collect information on specific therapeutic areas and/or specific drug classes.
- Perform research, summaries, or preliminary slide decks for business development purposes.
- Develop and maintain an in-depth understanding of therapeutic area strategies, disease areas, the pricing and reimbursement (P&R) landscape, and reimbursement rules in the US and ex-US (e.g. major EU markets and Canada).
- Ensure the quality of deliverables and achievement of key milestones as per client requirements and Alira Health standards.
- Support senior staff on specific business initiatives, as required.
PREPARATION, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Masters degree in Pharmaceutical Economics & Policy, plus three years of experience as Consultant or Research Analyst in Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR). Experience must be in HEOR, Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Analyses, Economic Modeling and Health Policy.