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Associate Director, Global Health Economics Modeling

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J&J Family of Companies
Physical Address

Little Rock, AR 72205
Job Description

Name: J&J Medical Devices

Health Economics & Market Access (CoE),

Provider & Payer Value Demonstration

Title: Associate Director, Global Health Economics


The Johnson & Johnson Medical
Devices Health Economics and Market Access (HEMA) Center of Excellence (CoE)
expands patient access to Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices products and
solutions by articulating the value of our innovative portfolio. We are a diverse
global team of health economists, researchers and analysts focused on changing
the discussion from price to value. We partner with Research & Development,
sales & marketing and other key internal and external stakeholders during
the entire product lifecycle to ensure our innovative portfolio is backed with
the clinical and real-world evidence needed to support conversations with
healthcare providers, policy makers, payors and patients.

Associate Director, Global Health Economics (DePuy Synthes
& Cardiovascular Specialty Solutions)

The Associate Director, Global
Health Economics will be responsible for crafting and building core health
economic models required for health technology assessment (HTA) authorities and
payors, as well as for Research & Development analytic decision-making. In
partnership with DePuy Synthes (DPS) and Cardiovascular Specialty Solutions
(CSS) Franchise (platform) leadership within the HEMA Center of Excellence
(CoE), he/she will establish global priorities and visibility into activities
and strategy for the development of health economic models across the


+ Leads in the development of core health economic models
(e.g., cost utility, budget impact, etc.) in partnership with Franchise
platform leads.

+ Coordinates with Franchise, regional, and local experts
to obtain insights and real-world-evidence (RWE) needed for model design,
development, and adaptation.

+ Uses quantitative methods (e.g., indirect treatment
comparisons) to acquire and synthesize data from published and unpublished
sources for use in economic models.

+ Develops model-related summary content for inclusion
within HTA and payor submissions.

+ Coordinates among Franchise (platform) leads to
identify priority economic models required for global market access (e.g.,
HTA or payor requests).

+ Collaborates with Franchise platform leads and other
guides to train regional and country-level HEMA CoE teams on innovations
and standard methodologies in model development and deployment.

+ Provides oversight into selection and management of
suppliers and assets relevant to the generation of economic models.


+ Preferred: United States (Raynham, MA); United Kingdom
(Leeds), Belgium (Beerse or Diegem)

+ Remote work from home flexibility


Minimum Education:

+ Master’s degree in quantitative discipline (e.g.,
health economics, decision sciences, etc.)

+ Preferred: PhD

Years of Related Experience:

+ A minimum of 6 plus years

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

(Include any required computer
skills, certifications, licenses, languages, etc.)

+ Deep technical expertise in application of quantitative
methods for the development of economic models in healthcare (e.g., Markov
models, discrete event simulation, etc.)

+ Experience in network meta analyses

+ Experience with multiple platforms for the development
and dissemination of economic models in healthcare (e.g., visual basic, R,
BaseCase, TreeAge, etc.)

+ Record of peer-reviewed publications related to
quantitative decision analytic modelling in healthcare.

Johnson & Johnson is an
Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or
protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of

Primary Location

United States-Massachusetts-Raynham-

Other Locations

North America-United States, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Belgium, Europe/Middle East/Africa-United Kingdom


Medical Device Business Services, Inc (6029)

Job Function

Health Economics R&D

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