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Abbott Global Market Access Manager in Alameda, California
Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 103,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
Deliver global market access, pricing and reimbursement strategies for on-market products, pipeline and future technology platforms for ADC, as prioritized by management.
Map external payer environment and communicate to internal stakeholders and senior management relevant information regarding the current and future reimbursement landscape of key markets. Evaluate threats and opportunities in key markets rising out of legislation and regulation from government and/or private payers as well as competitive market access moves that can impact access of ADC products and pipeline and proactively develop strategies and plans to address the evolving reimbursement environment.
Inputs into evidence planning to expand reimbursement to adjacent patient segments and new markets. Collaborates with core teams to ensure decisions to generate clinical and Real-World Evidence are taken early enough to support reimbursement and market adoption.
Contribute to ADC strategy to achieve, maintain and expand market access, price and reimbursement for ADC pipeline and on-market product portfolio.
Effectively leverage global payer expertise and utilize brand strategy, competitive profiles / positioning, clinical / economic data and stakeholder insights to justify product value.
Leverage internal knowledge within commercial teams and clinical / medical affairs to gather feedback from key opinion leaders and map out global reimbursement pathways.
Liaison with cross functional teams including with Medical Affairs, Clinical Affairs, R&D, Area Market Access and Affiliates to ensure solid understanding of global payer markets and emerging stakeholders in the reimbursement area and translate reimbursement requirements into product specifications and assess potential reward and risk
Contribute to product strategy by aligning reimbursement studies, primary and secondary research with product intended use.
Inform payor value proposition for new products, indication/label expansion and new markets.
Lead global payer messaging and utility of deliverables through affiliate feedback and external research.
Work with commercial teams to develop HCP educational collateral on coverage decisions, study results and product intent.
Contribute to Clinical and RWE strategy and study design studies to ensure alignment with business need, scientific soundness and executional excellence
In collaboration with Clinical Affairs, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs, develop clinical strategy early in product development that supports broad market access.
Support Areas/Affiliates in addressing market access, price and reimbursement challenges.
Establish guidance to Areas/Affiliates and Global Brand Teams to optimize price, access and reimbursement.
Continually update Market Access teams with emerging data, competitive events and payer requirements
B.A. or B.S. Degree required. A Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Health or Health Policy preferred.
At least 5 years of experience in healthcare reimbursement and health policy is needed with background in real world evidence, health economics and outcomes research and peer review publication process.
Medical Device experience is preferred but not a hard requirement.
Broad knowledge of government and private payer reimbursement in the US and OUS markets and understanding of the health care policy is desired. Experience working with KOLs, as well as government and private payers.
Critical for success: Exceptional analytical, problem solving skills and attention to detail. Excellent oral and written communication skills (including presentation and listening skills with senior level staff).
Positive attitude; confidence, integrity and professionalism. Initiative and self-motivation; strong work ethic; Leadership and team orientation; Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to work with others; ability to work in a matrixed environment, strong cross-functional management by influence.
TRAVEL: Approximately 20% international.
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