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Oncology Principal Medical Scientist Lead, US Medical Affairs Patient Access, and Quality Care (PAQ) - Central
United States - Texas - HoustonUnited States - Texas - Dallas
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Oncology Principal Medical Scientist Lead, US Medical Affairs Patient Access, and Quality Care (PAQ). States include: TX, NE, OK, LA
Gilead Sciences, Inc. is a research-based biopharmaceutical company founded in 1987. Together we deliver life-saving therapies to patients in need. With the commitment and drive you bring to the workplace every day, you will be part of a team that is changing the world and helping millions of people live healthier, more fulfilling lives. Our worldwide staff is a close community where you can see the tangible results of your contributions, where every individual matters and everyone has a chance to enhance their skills through ongoing development. Our scientific focus has resulted in marketed products that are benefiting hundreds of thousands of people, a pipeline of late-stage drug candidates, and unmatched patient access programs to ensure medications are available to those who could otherwise not afford them. By joining Gilead, you will further our mission to address unmet medical needs and improve life by advancing the care of patients with life-threatening diseases.
Oncology Principal Medical Scientist Lead, US Medical Affairs Patient Access, and Quality Care (PAQ)
The Medical Lead will be responsible for leading the medical interface among key oncology health systems, academic centers, GPOs, and Pathways accounts. This interface involves developing sustainable enterprise customer relationships and communicating comprehensive clinical, scientific, health economic, epidemiology, and quality of life/quality of care data and information.
This position will be responsible for developing and maintaining access to the key account stakeholders to facilitate the appropriate scientific interchange for all Gilead oncology assets, including Gilead's pipeline assets, with priority placed upon launch assets.
• Will be responsible for the development of strategic medical plans and tactics, and implementation of customer-specific Real-World Evidence (RWE) data generation research activities and will work closely with the Patient Access & Quality Care medical teams to interpret and disseminate data and information assessing the medical value of Gilead's oncology assets.
• Assigned to approximately ten (10) critical key accounts. These customers are primarily the largest US academic health and key oncology health systems. The Medical Lead will work closely with the Commercial Key Account Directors as it relates to external stakeholder needs and engagements.
• Will also work closely with Therapeutic Area Medical Scientists, Clinical Development, Clinic Operations, and home office medical matrix teams to facilitate deep scientific product exchange.
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The Medical Lead will provide strong leadership in developing the medical strategy as it relates to patient access, the evolving healthcare environment, and their customers.
• Effectively communicate approved clinical, scientific, and outcomes data, and accurately responds to customer questions during a scientific exchange. They must be knowledgeable about the full data/information available. The audience for these interactions at the assigned key accounts are usually access and policy decision-makers, department heads, and chairs, executive medical and institutional stakeholders, scientific advisors, healthcare policymakers, nationally recognized health economists, and population health experts. Interactions with these stakeholders will take place in accordance with Company Policies, and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards.
• Gain insights into (1) formulary, policy, and reimbursement strategies (2) outcomes and real-world evidence research activities taking place, (3) the needs and interests of the key account(s), (4) the thinking and recommendations being formulated by policymakers involved in pathways and pathway decision making, (5) cost-effectiveness and healthcare value, quality of life, and quality of care issues, and (6) the clinical and consumer healthcare needs of patients. In addition, the Medical Lead will participate in the interpretation and communication of insights to the appropriate Medical matrix teams.
Knowledge And Skills
• Strong leadership in developing and executing medical strategy as it relates to patient access, customer engagement, matrix collaboration, and the evolving healthcare landscape.
• Deep understanding and knowledge of current US healthcare system, healthcare delivery, and biotechnology drug/device development process required.
• Knowledge of HEOR disciplines and basic understanding of biostatistics and evidence-based medicine are required (i.e. research methodology, developing clinical protocols, clinical reports, etc.)
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication, and presentation skills are required. Ability to develop and deliver high-quality presentations
• Excellent project management, organizational skills, and the ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively in a constantly changing environment in both an independent and collaborative manner.
• Experience working in a collaborative, team-oriented environment and approach; ability to network and partner with internal stakeholders including medical affairs colleagues, field-based therapeutic medical scientists, HEOR, commercial, managed markets, and account management teams; and external stakeholders, including medical thought-leaders, academic institutions, health systems, large group practices, medical directors, pharmacy directors, clinical payer leads, specialty pharmacy and other value-based and population-based groups and decision-makers makers.
• Demonstrates a patient-centric and customer mindset and the ability to gain insights and identify customer needs and opportunities.
• Demonstrates ability and knowledge to effectively communicate medical, scientific, health economic, and business information to internal and external stakeholders through impactful presentations in a variety of different settings.
• Anticipates obstacles and difficulties that may arise in the field and resolves them in a collaborative manner.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook) is required.
• Ability to travel within the US a minimum of 70% of the time, occasionally with short notice
• Education: Advanced scientific degree required (MD, DO, Ph.D., or PharmD strongly preferred) and 6 years of relevant experience in pharmaceutical or related healthcare-related fields required. Ph.D. or additional degree in health economics, health outcomes, public health, or health policy is a plus.
• Significant clinical and/or pharmaceutical industry experience in oncology
• History of relationships among key academic health centers and oncology health systems stakeholders within the position region
• Comprehensive knowledge of the US healthcare landscape, Integrated Delivery Networks, Health Systems (ideally Academic Health centers), managed markets, HEOR, and disease management with at least 5 years of experience in the Pharmaceutical industry, managed care, or similar organization is required with >10 years preferred.
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