PAR Coordinator & Medical Officer

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Lima , OH 45801

Posted 5 months ago

Job Description:

PAR Coordinator Working for Ecuador and Peru: Co-design and implement tactics plans according to specific needs of each PAG, following local and regional guidelines.

Development and execution of actions to promote advocacy and management of main access barriers to health care treatments. Design and Implement PAGs projects to increase patient's advocacy to best medical therapies and promoting them as self-managed organizations with social positioning and influence in Health Care policies. Guarantee alignment to G3, Global Patient Interactions Guidelines and Transparency Policy in all actions directed to patient groups.

Maintain grants tracking and approval support according to global and local policies. Design and develop of promotional materials when implementing projects and patient advocacy strategies. Implementation and follow up of Patient Advocacy work plan for BU associates.

Medical Officer. Contributes to mapping / profiling of KOL/decision makers in line with segmentation in Peru. Develop professional relationships, build advocacy and gain contributions of KOL/decision makers.

Collect, analyze and report insights that may influence Novartis development plans /trial designs. Provide and discuss scientific information and data to healthcare professionals to ensure quality and accuracy of medical and scientific information on new treatment options including Novartis products and selected areas of therapeutic interest. Liaise and provide up-to-date medical support to external groups to facilitate listing of products in medical guidelines, formularies to affect pricing and health-economic discussions.

Provide speaker training to HCP to support the best use of new therapies developed and commercialized by Novartis. Clinical Trial Support. Contribute to the identification of appropriate clinical investigators and facilitates placement into Novartis sponsored local clinical trials Identify clinical investigators with research proposals that are consistent with our product development strategies and facilitate the Investigator-Initiated Trial process including study completion, presentation, and publication, as appropriate.Support the investigators to comply with the IIT process in accordance with the guidelines, providing knowledge and guidance for legal and financial local regulations, as appropriate. Information Management/Insights.

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PAR Coordinator & Medical Officer

Novartis Pharmaceuticals