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Mind Medicine en Durham, North Carolina, United States

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Director Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Mind Medicine Durham, North Carolina, United States

$77,500 - $152,500

Remote Full-time
Development 2-5 años Strategy Design Management Health
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We are seeking a Director of Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR) to support the strategy development, design and implementation of value evidence generation activities supporting the clinical development, commercialization, and reimbursement of MindMed products in therapeutic area of brain health disorders. The candidate is responsible for leading the design and development of research projects, conducting analysis, reporting and publication of HEOR studies, patient-centered outcomes assessment (PCOA), and providing methodologic input to the clinical development needs (where warranted).

The role will report to the Vice President, Global Market Access Pricing and HEOR. While the focus is for the U.S. market, as this is a global role, the candidate may be called upon to work across different time zones at times. The successful candidate is driven, curious, collaborative, with a bold ambition to contribute to ground-breaking drug development with potential to transform brain health diseases with very high unmet medical need. She/he is a generous collaborator with innovative approaches, and a willingness to learn new concepts while working in a fast-growing, dynamic environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Identify evidence gaps and needs from regulatory and reimbursement perspectives, resolve these challenges and translate strategic objectives into an executable HEOR / Real-World Evidence (RWE) plan
  • Generate the necessary evidence in a timely and strategic manner to demonstrate product differentiation and values, and / or to support clinical development, regulatory needs through RWE and epidemiology studies
  • Leading early payer scientific advice with global stakeholders including strategic insights on endpoints, PCOA, economic models and trial design. Identify relevant PCOA endpoints and provide input to the clinical development plan
  • Develop protocols for real-world data analysis of claims data or electronic health records and provide innovative solutions on RWE for use as a synthetic/historical or concurrent control, including expertise on methodological considerations to account for confounding, missing variable, temporal or other biases and/or methodological challenges
  • Experience in evidence synthesis (in conducting systematic literature review, indirect treatment comparisons, gap analyses for effectiveness, meta-analysis)
  • Lead RWE publications for congresses and peer-reviewed journals
  • Provide project and vendor management support, including RFP, SOW, vendor selection, legal & compliance issues, and budget tracking
  • Develop and maintain strong, collaborative relationships with the broader MindMed organization and with external experts
  • Develop and manage deliverables such as value dossiers, reimbursement dossiers, reimbursement landscape analyses, consultant driven research projects
  • Ensure that deliverables are accomplished on time and within budget

Job characteristics:

  • Working in rapidly growing, often not well-defined environment with strong focus on execution
  • Being self-motivated and driven
  • Managing a variety of priorities under tight timelines
  • Working for multiple stakeholders and managing multiple priorities

 Requirements:

  • Advanced degree (MS, MPH, MD, PhD, PharmD) in health economics, epidemiology, health services research
  • Minimum 5-7 years’ experience in HEOR in an industry setting, preferably in psychiatry or neuroscience related therapeutic areas
  • Excellent knowledge of market access environment and HTA process in the U.S. and key European markets
  • Demonstrated experience in designing and executing on HEOR protocol elements within phase III / non-interventional study programs
  • Previous new product launch experience
  • Demonstrated business and scientific acumen
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and effectively communicate scientific information
  • Experience in leading cross-functional work stream with strong interpersonal and influencing skills
  • Ability to work independently, proven oral and written communication skills
  • Entrepreneurial, dynamic, decisive, self-motivated, attention to detail, comfortable with ambiguity, have a sense of urgency with the ability and strong desire to make things happen

The starting base pay range for this position is $202,000.00 - $235,767.00. Compensation will be determined based on several factors including, but not limited to, skill set, years of experience, and the employee’s geographic location.

Employees in this role may be entitled to additional compensation, including bonus and equity. Benefits information is listed on our Jobs Page. The Company provides competitive benefits to employees including:

  • 100% paid health benefits including Medical, Dental and Vision for you and your dependents
  • 401(k) program with company match and immediate vesting
  • Flexible time off
  • Generous parental leave and some fun fringe perks!



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