The Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Health Economics and Market Access Center of Excellence (HEMA CoE) shapes the innovation strategy, delivers differentiated evidence, unlocks reimbursement & market access and disseminates evidence.
The Johnson & Johnson Medical Device HEMA Centre of Excellence (CoE) is recruiting for an Intern, EMEA Health Economics & Market Access to support evidence generation projects and dissemination initiatives. These projects will support the CoE’s efforts to quantify the value of important innovation in support of patient access. This is done through a collaborative approach understanding bottlenecks, critically assessing clinical and health economic evidence of our technologies and translating the knowledge in a way to influence internal and external partners.
The Intern EMEA Health Economics & Market Access will learn key HEMA competencies like (i) performing literature reviews (ii) turning this evidence into the development of value propositions that can be used to support one or more of the following: new evidence generation, claims development and/or value-based selling tools (E.g. value based procurement frameworks for delivering value and evidence to shape tenders). The intern will be involved in foundational Health Economics and Market Access activities aiming at facilitating EMEA health technology assessment (HTA) and market access uptake to payers and providers.
What you will do:
– Supporting literature searches/reviews on clinical & health economic evidence
– Critically assess published clinical and health economic evidence
– Analyzing and drawing insights from data
– Supporting creation of content for countries to execute value-based strategies
– Supporting global projects and/or process improvement initiatives
– Assisting, reviewing or adapting simple health economic tools
– Support of local affiliates in local evidence summaries development
– Bsc in Economics, Health Economics, or Epidemiology or a related area and currently enrolled in a Master’s program.
– Fluent English.
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