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HTA and Evidence Synthesis Manager – Uxbridge – 12 months – Inside IR35
A global pharmaceutical company, based in Uxbridge, is currently looking for a HTA and Evidence Synthesis Manager to join their team. Working as part of a key team within the business you will further develop their impressive pipeline of future products.
- Executes economic models and outcome studies and consults with the Director on economic models
- Designs and executes existing data studies, Executes on Global Health Economics (GHE)-related aspects (e.g. PRO strategy) of observational studies and interventional trials and consults with the Director on their responsibilities in these tasks
- Executes on PRO strategy for observational studies and interventional trials and consults with the Director on their responsibilities in these tasks,
- Drafts GHE publications for dissemination and consults the Director and external collaborators? Contributes to the GHE component of the Global publication Plan and provides oversight and review of GHE component of publications prior to submission
- Drafts and executes the Value Evidence Generation Plan, GVD and GHE related sections of the Global Payer Plan, and GXPs, Selects and works with study vendors, contracting liaisons, and tracks budgets.
- As directed, engages and manages relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), industry experts, reimbursement advisors, etc. Works with Directors when necessary, to present to GPT, PST, TASC and CST Responsible for project level review at either IPRG, PRC or ORRG;
This project will be for 12 months and will be working inside IR35. If you are interested in finding out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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