Associate Scientist – Modeling and Meta Analysis

Health Economists Jobs at Open Health

Home-based, US. Our Associate Scientist is an essential contributor to our Modeling & Meta-Analysis team, and responsible for providing a strong scientific perspective and contributing to a variety of HEOR studies, specifically health economic modeling and evidence synthesis. They enjoy supporting senior team members on conducting analyses, managing projects and identifying new business opportunities. They are proactive, responsive, and able … Read more

NICE EAG Health Economist

Health economists jobs at University of Exeter

Exeter / Home-based, UK. We are looking for a modeller to join us at PenTAG (one of NICE’s independent external assessment groups) to support cost effectiveness-related aspects of HTA projects for NICE, including appraisal of health economic evaluation; appraisal and manipulation of economic models, and development of economic models de novo. We are looking for someone with relevant practical experience … Read more

Director, Business Development, HEOR, RWE, & Market Access

Health Economists Jobs at Open Health

Home-based, NY, US. OPEN Health’s Business Development team is looking to add a highly experienced team member to lead growth efforts in the Evidence & Access (HEOR and Market Access) Practice. The role will be focused on business development within key accounts. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Owning and leading the growth plan and strategy for assigned client accounts, considering client … Read more

Associate Director, Business Development – HEOR, & Market Access

Health Economists Jobs at Open Health

Home-based, Bethesda, MD, US. Associate Directors, Business Development are an essential part of the OPEN Health Business Development team. They are crucial in driving business growth and expanding the company’s market presence, specifically within the Evidence & Access Health Economics Outcomes Research (HEOR) and Market Access Practice. They focus heavily on business development by growing existing business and identifying and … Read more

Senior Health Economic Modeller

Thermo Fisher Scientific Jobs for Health Economists

Mumbai, India. The role offers 100% remote flexibility. Our multidisciplinary Modelling and Simulation experts design and implement health economic models that describe complex medical processes to understand and evaluate the implications of clinical trials; demonstrate the value of interventions beyond efficacy, and assess benefits, risks, and the economic consequences associated with healthcare interventions. If you have a passion for health … Read more

Director – Reimbursement Policy Analytics

Jobs at AmerisourceBergen for Health Economists

Home-based, NC, 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 Cencora, 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 … Read more

Director – HTA Economic Modeling

Jobs at AmerisourceBergen for Health Economists

Home-based, UK. Cencora has an ongoing need for an experienced Health Economic Modeler to join its Market Access and Healthcare Consulting team based in Europe.   This is a remote opportunity based in the United Kingdom. Please apply if you are interested in being considered for full-time opportunities to join our team and support in the listed areas below: Position … Read more

HTA Modelling & Analytics Lead

AXIS Healthcare Consulting Health Economist jobs

Home-based, UK / Ireland. This is an exciting time at AXIS as we focus on further expanding our core business in Ireland and building into the UK with our quality driven, HTA client-focused services. We have an established values-led culture within the company, which supports and empowers all our staff to take personal ownership and accountability in their work, and … 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 Director, Field HEOR / Director, Field HEOR

Jobs for health economist at BeiGene

Home-based, MA / NY, US. The Field HEOR Sr. Director or Director (FHD) position will lead clinical, health economics and outcomes research communications with population health decision-makers to ensure effective delivery of value stories and support for BeiGene products. This role will be responsible for disseminating scientific evidence that inform population health decision-makers on the value propositions for our products. … Read more

Senior Scientist – Modelling & Meta-Analysis

Health Economists Jobs at Open Health

Home-based, Bethesda, MD, US. Our Senior Scientist is an essential contributor to our Modeling & Meta-Analysis team, working across a range of projects with ownership of specific projects, deliverables, and timelines. They enjoy leading and coaching people, managing projects, expanding their client network to bring in new business, and thrive in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary, international organization. Furthermore, they are proactive, … Read more

Senior Health Economists

HEOR Ltd Health Economics Jobs

Home-based, UK. We are hiring experienced Senior Health Economists to join our health economics modelling team, a team of over 20 and growing. The seniors 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 team … Read more

Senior Health Economist

Lumanity Health economics jobs for health economists

Sheffield / London, UK. Other locations: Manchester / Home-based, UK. We are seeking an experienced health economist to join our Modelling & Analytics (HEOR) team as a Senior Health Economist within Lumanity Value Access and Outcomes, which serves our clients by identifying, substantiating, and conveying the value of ground-breaking medical advances. Our Modelling & Analytics team comprises over 50 health economics … Read more

Associate Health Economic Modeller

Thermo Fisher Scientific Jobs for Health Economists

Home-based, UK.  This role offers 100% remote working flexibility. Discover Impactful Work: If you have a passion for health economic modeling to conduct cost-effectiveness analyses of healthcare interventions and have experience conceptualizing and implementing simulation models (e.g., discrete event simulation) and other decision-analytic models (e.g., decision trees, Markov, individual state-transition, survival partition), a position in Modelling and Simulation at Evidera … Read more

Associate Consultant – RWE

Lumanity Health economics jobs for health economists

Home-based / London, UK. Our Real-World Evidence division enables our clients to maximize their product’s value potential by leveraging real world data and insights to generate clear and powerful evidence and strategies to support and navigate the path to market. Lumanity is currently building its Real World Evidence (RWE) Global Practice from scratch in a mixture of “buy and build”, … 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.