This 2-year fellowship offers the opportunity to join a rapidly evolving access organization that is an industry leader in ensuring patient and provider access to therapy. Within the fellowship program, the Fellow will have the opportunity to gain experience working in multiple components of the organization, with an emphasis in Oncology. Through these rotations the Fellow will build core foundational marketing skills, develop a comprehensive understanding of drug pricing, payer-provider reimbursement, and patient affordability, and observe the important role of public policies on market access. The fellow will gain exposure to a plethora of unique experiences and gain valuable insight into tactics and cross-matrix initiatives used to ensure patient access to quality care. Fellowship rotations may include:
REIMBURSEMENT & AFFORDABILITY
Working within the Patient Access Support Services team, evaluate the evolving healthcare landscape to assess the implications for provider reimbursement and patient affordability.
Create materials, including both traditional and digital content, to communicate the proper billing and coding for infusible products to support launch and label updates.
FEDERAL EXECUTIVE BRANCH STRATEGY
Develop in-depth knowledge of State and Federal payment programs such as Medicaid, State Exchanges, and Medicare.
Analyze existing and proposed legislation to assess the potential impact on the company’s existing business and R&D pipeline.
PRICING & ECONOMICS
Understand challenges and business drivers across multiple channels including Payers, Integrated Delivery Networks, Group Purchasing Organizations, and Pathway organizations.
Gain experience in economic modeling to shape pricing strategy for new and existing products based upon shifting marketplace pressures and dynamics.
STRATEGIC PAYER MARKETING
Contribute to the brand payer strategy by evaluating payer management trends, emerging access influencers, and the evolving competitive landscape.
Interact with medical strategy, health economics and outcomes research, and market research to develop promotional materials communicating the value of our products to managed care organization.
2nd Year: Leo Rudawsky, PharmD
Butler University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
1st Year: Lindsay Adair, PharmD
The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Please consider attending Fellowship Information and Network Day here at Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy on November 22nd from 3:30 PM – 8:00 PM so we can visit with you about your interests. For additional information please visit our website: http://pharmafellows.rutgers.edu/applicants/fid.php.
We do not pre-schedule interviews for Midyear, so please do not request an interview via this website. Your emails will not be reviewed.
We will be scheduling interviews starting at 10 AM on December 7th. Prior to scheduling an interview you will need to view the Fellowship information video
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