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UK / US. Other Locations: Canada (Burlington only, home-based), Poland, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden (role is flexible to be home-based). Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic, collaborative environment with a team committed to being an industry-leading provider? This is an opportunity to work for ICON Global Health Economics, Outcomes, Reimbursements and Epidemiology (GHEORE), a … Read more
Philadelphia / Home-based, PA, US. This Job Description provides a summary of the duties and/or characteristic of work performed and is not inclusive of every detail of the job for every individual assigned to the position. This description will be reviewed periodically and revised as duties and responsibilities change with business demands. Other duties not listed above may be assigned … Read more
Home-based, UK. Upon joining our HEOR team as a manager, an opportunity is presented, to offer real support across S+N, globally and across our three franchises: Advanced Wound Management, Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. In this position, we need a keen emphasis on Outcomes Research. We are looking for experience dealing with clinical/medical professionals and those who undertake evidence research and … Read more
Home-based, US. You will love this role if you: Enjoy being accountable for supporting scientists and directors on projects such as dossiers, value decks, and literature reviews that evaluate and highlight the value of pharmaceutical products and medical devices in the United States and globally. Can work independently and as part of multidisciplinary teams to develop client-ready materials under the … Read more
Brussels / Home-based, Belgium. The Senior Market Access Manager BeLux will be responsible for definition & implementation of Alexion’s Market Access strategies and key tactics on Alexion’s products portfolio for Belgium and Luxembourg. The Senior Market Access Manager BeLux will be responsible to define a local public affairs plan to support the local market access objectives and local Alexion’s portfolio … Read more
Home-based, NJ / US. This role is a home-based, remote role for candidates located in the United States. Level of role subject to change based on a candidate’s experience. Position Summary: Under general direction of Xcenda senior leadership within the Economic Modeling team, the candidate will be responsible for developing high quality economic models, from model concept stage to final … Read more
Home-based, US. Are you looking to make a difference in a patient’s life? At AmerisourceBergen, you will find an innovative and collaborative culture that is patient focused and dedicated to making a difference. As an organization, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures. Join us and Apply today! Primary Duties And Responsibilities: Under the general direction of … Read more
Home-based, US. Are you looking to make a difference in a patient’s life? At AmerisourceBergen, you will find an innovative and collaborative culture that is patient focused and dedicated to making a difference. As an organization, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures. Join us and Apply today! Position Summary: Under the general direction of the AoR … Read more
London / Home-based, UK. Project Management of Systematic Review / Evidence Synthesis activities. Hybrid structure: Central London office and remote working supported (within UK). Established international consultancy company with a strong team and excellent working culture. This is a new position within a company I have worked with for more than 5 years and I have received consistently good feedback … Read more
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Home-based / London, UK. Opportunity for a Senior Consultant to step up to a leadership position. Flexible location within the UK (Office or Hybrid). Previous Consulting experience is essential. Upto £130k plus package. This is a new, senior position within one of the most established and successful HEOR Consultancies in the UK and presents an excellent opportunity for an experienced … Read more
Home-based, UK. Company: HEOR Consulting company with almost 3 years’ experience of delivering high-quality international projects. Salary: Flexible, dependent on experience. Package will also include a generous performance related bonus/commission. This is a brand-new position, created within a small (<20 people) HEOR Consultancy which has achieved consistent growth since their formation 3 years ago. The company works with Pharma and … Read more
Tips for Health Economists working from home
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the world, more and more people are finding themselves working from home. This trend is no different for health economists. Although working from home has its benefits, it can also be challenging to stay productive, motivated, and focused on work. In this article, we provide tips for health economists who work from home to help them be more productive and successful in their work.
1. Establish a routine
When working from home, it can be tempting to stay in bed longer and work in your pyjamas. However, establishing a routine can help you be more productive. Try to wake up at the same time each day, get dressed, and have breakfast before starting your workday. This routine can help signal to your brain that it's time to work and help you get into a productive mindset.
2. Create a dedicated workspace
Working from your couch or bed may seem like a good idea, but it can be counterproductive. It's best to create a dedicated workspace where you can focus on work without distractions. A separate room or a desk in a quiet area of your home can help you create a productive workspace.
3. Use technology to stay connected
Working from home can be isolating, but it doesn't have to be. Using technology to stay connected with colleagues can help you stay motivated and engaged with your work. Regular video conferences, chat apps, and email can all help you stay connected with your team and ensure that you're meeting your work objectives.
4. Take breaks
It's essential to take regular breaks when working from home. Sitting for long periods can be bad for your health, and taking breaks can help you refresh your mind and body. Consider taking short breaks every hour or so, and taking a longer break for lunch.
5. Stay organized
Working from home can lead to distractions, and it's easy to lose track of your work objectives. Staying organized can help you stay on track. Create a to-do list at the start of each day, and prioritize your tasks to ensure that you're meeting your objectives.
6. Avoid distractions
Distractions can be the enemy of productivity. It's essential to avoid distractions when working from home, whether it's the TV, social media, or your family. Consider creating a schedule that works around your family's needs or using noise-canceling headphones to help you focus.
7. Set boundaries
When working from home, it's easy for work and personal life to blur together. It's important to set boundaries to help you separate the two. Establish working hours, and avoid working outside of those hours. Additionally, make sure that your family knows when you're working, and try to avoid interruptions.
8. Stay healthy
Staying healthy is crucial for success when working from home. Regular exercise, healthy eating, and good sleep habits can all help you be more productive and focused. Consider taking a walk or stretching during your breaks, and avoid snacking on unhealthy foods.
9. Invest in your professional development
Working from home can provide more flexibility, but it's important to continue investing in your professional development. Attend virtual conferences, take online courses, and network with other health economists to continue growing your skills and knowledge.
10. Have a positive mindset
Finally, having a positive mindset can help you be more productive and successful when working from home. Focus on the benefits of working from home, and try to stay optimistic about your work.
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