In this role you have the opportunity to
Reporting to the IGT Business Leader, you will create and drive upstream and downstream Market Access Strategies for IGT globally (both Systems and Devices Business) and lead HEMA-related activities for M&A projects. This critical role serves as the internal expert on market access to IGT management, sales and our customers.
You are responsible for
The primary responsibilities of this leader will be to advocate for and support global market access for new and existing solutions, implement a strategy for providing direct support and education to customers and to coordinate with our Clinical organization in the creation and publication of Economics Outcomes research.
Collaborate with Marketing, Clinical & Medical Affairs, legal, HEOR, EMEA Market Access, NBD, and R&D to develop and implement successful market access strategies for IGT products and services. This includes identification of the financial partner and driving the development of the appropriate evidence needed for market adoption
Collaborate with HEOR and clinical affairs on trial design, protocols and outcomes related to economic evidence
Support new opportunity assessment and diligence of new opportunities through knowledge and insight on market access risks, including likely evidence requirements and payment pathways
Influence and communicate to internal partners and customer’s new payer and government policies that may affect market opportunities for IGT, and contribute to Philips external comments and partner communications when necessary
Develop and maintain working relationships across a spectrum of payers and other key financial partners to raise awareness of products and positively influence coverage/adoption decisions
Drive the development of dossiers to support adoption
You are part of
As part of Philips IGT, you will lead all Market Access activities across the IGT Platform.. The Senior Director will have direct reports supporting Market Access and Field Services and will partner with cross-functional teams to execute these strategies, including Marketing, Clinical Affairs, Legal, R&D, Government Affairs, Sales and Global Market Access leaders across the company.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BS degree required, secondary degree preferred
15+ years of shown success in a healthcare-care related field, with a significant portion of that time in a reimbursement or health economics role for a medical device company
Success in team building and growth
Effective relationships with commercial partners (marketing, medical, finance) on all strategic elements of launch and financial planning
Previous success influencing coverage decisions in healthcare
Experience communicating healthcare economic and/or clinical outcomes research data and recommendations to Payer’s executive management
Working acumen on health economics and market access for medical devices
Working acumen of US healthcare systems, including health care financing and implementation of U.S. healthcare reform as it relates to payment
Working acumen of coding conventions for multiple setting of care, including for hospital inpatients, outpatients and physicians
Knowledge of reimbursement systems in key European markets, including U.K., Germany, and France
Experience in education internal and external customers on reimbursement-related issues
Purposeful planning and project management
Excellent oral and written presentation skills
Relationship building, influencing, and negotiation proficiencies within all levels of the organization, and with external payers and financial stakeholders
Compliance - HIPPA and standard industry codes of conduct around messaging and communication of reimbursement-related information
Technical proficiency in health economics and market access for medical devices
Perform all company business in accordance with regulations and company policies and procedures
In return, we offer you
We offer you the opportunity to grow within the organization and Philips – develop positive relationships across Procurement, Head of Manufacturing, Q&R, Business Unit’s, and Group Functions on various projects and initiatives to drive our products to our customers and be a part of saving people’s lives every day.
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