4 Health Economics Jobs in Italy

HEMA Senior Manager

Jobs at Johnson & Johnson for Health Economists

Belgium. If you would you like to join our team as EMEA Senior Manager HEMA for Biosense Webster, we are looking forward to getting to know you and are looking forward to your application. Position Duties & Responsibilities: Close collaboration with relevant global HEMA partners and EMEA country leads as well as commercial, medical, education solution and clinical colleagues providing regional insights … Read more

HEMAR Neuroscience

Jobs at Johnson & Johnson for Health Economists

Cologno Monzese, Italy. Janssen-Cilag SpA, the pharmaceutical division, is looking for a Health Economics, Market Access & Reimbursement (HEMAR) Manager, to be hired in the HEMAR Function, with the goal of optimizing the value of the Company and its Neuroscience portfolio. The candidate will join a diverse team passionate about Healthcare, encouraging collaborative value-based discussions with payers, and effectively communicating … Read more

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