Develop an understanding of US Payers and their information needs that can inform reimbursement policies for BMS products
Collaborate with HEOR, Access, and Medical Strategy to define medical communication plan for US payers and access influencers including guideline bodies such as NCCN
Develop medical communication deliverables communicating the clinical and economic value of BMS oncology products including AMCP dossier, Medicaid submissions, submission to guideline bodies, slide decks for field medical and handling of medical information inquiries from US payers
YEAR 2: WW HEOR PUBLICATIONS
Collaborate with WW and US HEOR, WW and US Medical Strategy, and WW Access to develop HEOR publication and scientific communication plans for BMS products
Develop in collaboration with HEOR and external authors, publication deliverables including abstracts, posters, and manuscripts focused on the clinical and economic value of BMS products
Develop in collaboration with HEOR and Medical Strategy, medical communication deliverables including slide decks, Q & A, and bibliographies on HEOR scientific literature on BMS products
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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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