928 - HEOR Medical Affairs
Under the supervision of VP of HEOR, work closely with the US Medical Affairs, US Managed Care and the global Health Economic and Epidemiology , Global Analytic - and global Market Access team(s) to develop HEOR plans for Lundbeck marketed and pipeline drugs based on the regulatory, marketing and reimbursement needs of the US market; Implement research initiatives to document the burden or unmet needs, real world evidence (prospective and database studies) patient reported outcomes (PRO) components, and health economic aspects of disease to demonstrate the value of Lundbeck drug therapies as outlined in the US HEOR Plan and Health Economic and Epidemiology (HEE) plan; Identify synergies and implement strategies to ensure that US-directed studies are aligned with needs of global epidemiological team and that US projects take full advantage of programs conducted internationally; Develop HEOR and epidemiology evidence core deliverables (e.g. burden of illness, treatment patterns analyses, Real World studies, health economic evaluations, budget impact models, burden of illness and unmet needs reports, etc.) to support US pricing and reimbursement needs; Work with US Medical Affairs (including field-based medical personnel) and external experts or vendors to write, coordinate, organize and validate as required, study design, protocols, measurement questionnaires, case report forms, data analysis plans, modeling reports and final research reports/publications; Design and conduct epidemiological studies of health care databases to support improved patient outcomes and market access using ISPOR Good Outcomes Research Practices; Apply Health Technology Assessment guidelines that are used for real-world evidence generation and health-economics research to international markets; Apply epidemiology of Major Depressive Disorder to generate new methods and study design to guide action by health care decision makers; Conduct epidemiological and outcomes research projects with different international stakeholders and ensure alignment and execution within defined timelines and budget. 20% travel required; must live within normal commuting distance of Deerfield, IL.
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