Michael Page

Junior Health Economist - Remote - UK

Location
Remote Working
Salary
Competitive
Posted
26 Mar 2021
Closes
25 Apr 2021
Discipline
HEOR, Health Economics
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Entry level

Company Overview

My client is one of the UK’s fastest-growing digital health organisations. They operate the world’s largest digital health assessment platform and library. Currently working within the NHS changing how healthcare is delivered through their award-winning digital platform improving the long-term outcomes of our patient population, transformation change and patient outcomes

Purpose of the role

The successful candidate will perform health economic assessments of the potential impact of digital health technologies within multiple therapeutic areas and conduct data analysis. Communicate efficiently with the marketing and implementation team to ensure effective information flow. You will advise and supports colleagues on the use of deliverables (e.g. economic models, return-on-investment calculators etc)

Key responsibilities

  • Develop economic models examining the impact of digital health in various therapeutic areas
  • Works with other departments to provide write up of findings for consumption by non-technical audiences
  • Continuously updates economic evaluations and published estimates of digital health effectiveness
  • Assist in the development of economic models into user-friendly tools suitable for marketing purposes

Must have experience

  • HE expertise with experience and competency conducting decision tree, and Markov models
  • Comfortable in mapping treatment pathways in the United Kingdom and Worldwide, and backing these up with sufficient evidence
  • Ability to perform in-depth analyses and probabilistic sensitivity analysis, based on real-world treatment variations (perhaps across countries)
  • Sharp analytical skills to interpret micro-and macro-economic data, epidemiological and market figures
  • Ability to obtain, clean and analyse epidemiological data, and transform data for use in health economic models