Business Development Associate

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

Home-based, UK. Exclusive To G&J Lee Recruitment (This job is not available via any other recruiter). Salary: Up to £40k base plus generous commission and bonus structure. Rapidly growing company with a global client base and excellent reputation. Focus on Sales, expanding the company’s client base and proactive business development. Experience of Sales within the pharma / biotech / Market … Read more

Global HEOR Senior Manager

Amgen Health Economics jobs

Home-based, US. Let’s do this. Let’s change the world! In this vital role, you will be responsible for implementing HEOR strategy, aligned with the Access Strategy Lead (ASL), for one or several assets across the life cycle management. You will be responsible for execution of deliverables whilst engaging with internal and external collaborators. Key responsibilities include: Generating global-impact payer-relevant evidence, … Read more

Senior Market Access / Health Economics Manager

jobs for health economists at Edwards Lifesciences

Nyon, Switzerland / Home-based, Madrid, Spain. Other locations: Home-based, UK / France / Berlin, Germany. Be the strategic partner for local Government, Healthcare Institutes, Hospitals, Patients and Business Units to enable and improve market access of innovative therapeutic solutions for structural heart disease and advanced critical care technologies to simplify decision-making in the hospital environment. Key Responsibilities: • Pro-actively lead … Read more

Head of Health Economics

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

Home-based, UK / Ireland. Ambitious and rapidly growing business – One of the most exciting companies in the industry. Salary: Circa £90k plus bonus and comprehensive benefits package. I am pleased to be working again with a fantastic Health Economics & HTA Consultancy which I have partnered with for several years. This is a company which has developed a strong … Read more

Principal Market Access Consultant

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

Home-based / Northamptonshire, UK. Location: Remote or Hybrid (Northants office) in the UK. Well-established Market Access and Pricing consultancy with a global client base. Excellent team environment with a commitment to training, positive work-life balance and sensible workloads. I am pleased to be partnering with an established Market Access consultancy in the UK to recruit a new Principal Consultant who … Read more

Senior / Lead Market Access Writer

Thermo Fisher Scientific Jobs for Health Economists

London / Home-based, UK. The Senior Market Access Medical Writer is an ideal opportunity for someone already working in market access or a related field, such as medical communications or medical education, to develop a career in a leading consultancy in the market access environment. We are looking for either a Sr. or a Lead Market Access Writer. The role … Read more

Associate Manager I, Clinical Trial Reimbursement

Abbott jobs for health economists

Home-based, US. Our medical devices help more than 10,000 people have healthier hearts, improve quality of life for thousands of people living with chronic pain and movement disorders, and liberate more than 500,000 people with diabetes from routine fingersticks. The Associate Manager Of Clinical Trial Reimbursement is responsible for implementing and managing clinical trial reimbursement processes to secure Medicare and private … Read more

HEOR Consultant

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

Home-based, UK. International HEOR project portfolio including Modeling, SLR and HTA research. This is a new position within a specialist HEOR company which works with pharma, biotech and consulting companies around the world to deliver high-quality technical projects for a wide range of products traversing multiple treatment areas and geographies. The Consultant vacancy is ideal for an experienced Analyst or … Read more

Health Economist

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

Home-based, EU. Location: Home-based in the EU (UK / Belgium / Netherlands / Italy / Hungary preferred). Flexibility is the key word here – This is a very modern and flexible company with an emphasis on collaboration, autonomy and maintaining an excellent work/life balance for the entire team. Mission: To deliver excellent HEOR modelling projects and contribute to the growth … Read more

Director – Reimbursement Policy Analytics

Jobs at AmerisourceBergen for Health Economists

NC / Home-based, US. This position plays an integral role in developing, delivering and selling data-driven solutions to clients as part of evolving our Reimbursement Policy Analytics offering . At Xcenda we are passionate about helping our clients anticipate reimbursement challenges and creating targeted reimbursement and health policy solutions that maximize patient access at every stage of the product life cycle. Success as the … Read more

Associate Director, US Market Access Policy Strategy

Biomarin Health Economics jobs

Home-based, US. Reporting to the Vice President, Head of US Market Access, the AD, US Market Access Policy Strategy will be responsible for monitoring, analyzing, researching, and relaying commercial impact and opportunities of the US reimbursement and access policy environment for our portfolio of products. The role will be responsible for the US access policy strategy within BioMarin commercial and … Read more

Market Access & HEOR Director

Jobs at G&J Lee Recruitment for Health Economists

UK. Location: UK – Flexible, this position may be office based, fully remote or hybrid. Senior leadership position within an established, global consulting business. This is a senior leadership position within a large, well-known Market Access, Value Communication and HEOR Consultancy company based in the UK which has a loyal global client base and offers a wide variety of services … Read more

Senior Health Economist

HEOR Ltd Health Economics Jobs

Home-based, UK. We are seeking an experienced Senior Health Economist to join our health economics modelling team, a team of over 20 and growing. The senior will report to a Principal Health Economist and take responsibility for managing HE projects including but not limited to the conceptualization, building, validation and reporting of a wide variety of economic models.. Our modelling … Read more

How to Create a Winning CV That Gets You Hired

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Tips and tricks to improve your CV and boost your health economics career. Are you tired of submitting countless job applications and never hearing back? Have you ever wondered why some job-seeking health economists seem to have all the luck? The answer is simple – they know how to create a winning CV that gets them hired. If you want … Read more

Tips for Health Economists working from home

Home working tips for health economists with family

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.