Job Posting: SVP, Medical Director

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Job Posting: SVP Medical Director
Company/Location: CDMP, Princeton, NJ
Department/Discipline: Medical and Scientific Affairs

Overview: CDM Princeton is currently looking to hire a senior member of our strategic services team. This person will drive medical strategy for key brands within our organization. The person who secures this role will have a passion for medical strategy as well as the ability to inspire creative thinking to make science meaningful.

Responsibilities:
  • Distill clinical and scientific materials into strategic insights.
  • Leverage strategic insights to build positioning and messaging platforms
  • Identify and drive both organic and new business growth
  • Develop relationships with key consultants and opinion leaders to drive research and strategy
  • Own clinical perspective of assigned brands
  • Foster meaningful relationships to add value to both external clients and internal teams
  • Approach solutions by inspiring whats possible for the brand
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Candidates must have MD, PharmD, or PhD with 7-10 years of industry experience
  • Agency or Medical Education experience is a plus
  • Must be able to present yourself, the agency, and your recommendations in an articulate, dynamic, and professional manner
  • Requires a strong desire to drive strategic development, collaborative with all levels of agency staff, and immerse himself/herself in a variety of new assignments
Learn more and apply here.

Job Posting: Research Associate, Biotechnology

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Job Posting: Research Associate, Biotechnology
Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. (New York, New York)

Oppenheimer & Co. Inc., one of the leading investment banks for mid- to small-cap companies, is currently seeking a research associate to support our senior Biotechnology analyst.

Our ideal candidate possesses 1-2 years of equity research or related experience, has an advanced science or medical degree (M.D., Ph.D. or equivalent), and has a passion in the biotechnology and healthcare spaces. The research associate will work in conjunction with and support the lead analyst on all aspects of developing the biotech equity research product. Impeccable attention to detail, a strong work ethic, the ability to multi-task, and excellent communication skills are required. This person will also have strong writing and financial modeling skills and an ability to learn and adapt quickly to the lead analysts product framework. Research licenses (Series 7, 63, 86, 87) are preferred, but exceptional candidates without licenses will also be considered.

The key responsibilities for this position at the start include: building and maintaining company financial models and detailed therapeutics market models; preparing company-specific and industry-wide research reports and presentations; collecting, analyzing and interpreting information from a range of data sources, including the scientific literature, medical conferences, physician interviews as well as other consultants; and maintaining databases (prescriptions tracker, company catalysts, published notes, etc.).

Learn more about this position here.

Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Medical Informatics Fellowship

Monday, July 21, 2014

The ONC is offering a Medical Informatics Fellowship to promote standards-based interoperability, clinical quality improvement and clinical decision support.

The Medical Informatics Fellowship is a 1-2 year term appointment in which the physician serves in the Office of Clinical Quality and Safety, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC).

Goals:
  • Apply knowledge and expertise to advance the ONC mission of interoperability.
  • Understand the role the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT in regulating and certifying health information technologies.
  • Understand how Health IT impacts the delivery of health care today and serves as a driver of practice transformation and payment reforms.
Required:

By completion of the program the Medical Informatics Fellow is expected to:
  • Complete one (1) written critical analysis of an area of medical informatics or applications of health IT outlining current opportunities, challenges and recommended solutions. May be a thought or white paper for publication on healthit.gov or in a peer reviewed journal.
  • Present and /or facilitate an educational Training Day session at the ONC Annual Meeting on a relevant topic of choice based on current work activities.
  • Organize, lead and conduct a minimum of four (4) site visits to ambulatory and inpatient medical facilities (1 per quarter). Document and report findings and observations to key ONC senior leaders and staff.
  • Lead a policy issue work stream as identified by the Director of the Office of Policy or a serve supporting role for an ONC Standards and Interoperability Framework Initiative.
You can learn more about the ONC Medical Informatics Fellowship here.

Job Posting: Senior Medical Associate

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Doctor to Doctor Sales Solutions has an opening for a Senior Medical Associate.

Doctor to Doctor Sales Solutions is seeking an individual (with an M.D. or D.O. degree in any specialty) who enjoys keeping their clinical knowledge current by learning about new medical products and services being brought to the healthcare market. Our physicians telephone healthcare executives and other physicians to inform and assist them in becoming familiar with those products and services. Then, our physicians schedule meetings between these key healthcare decision makers and our clients’ salespeople. By helping our clients’ salespeople succeed, our physicians enable them to act as a conduit for delivery of cutting-edge products and services designed for the ultimate benefit of patients.

Knowledge of computers, including use of Microsoft Office Word, Outlook email, Internet Explorer, and the Internet is required. The majority of time will be spent on the telephone and the rest of the time using the computer to document the calls. There is no travel. The ideal candidate is highly motivated, focused while working, tenacious, persuasive, enjoys a challenge, and has excellent communication skills. All work will be performed at our office based in Denver, Colorado.

This position is 40 hours per week. Pay includes a base salary plus commission, and healthcare benefits.

ACPE 2014 Fall Institute Course: Successful Career Transitions: Taking Charge of Change

Friday, July 18, 2014

Considering a career change? Don't miss the ACPE (American College of Physician Executives) 2014 Fall Institute Course:

Successful Career Transitions: Taking Charge of Change

This course is scheduled for Nov 15, 2014 in Scottsdale, AZ.

Some physician leaders are taking this time to perform a professional inventory and prepare themselves for the uncertainties. This course provides the opportunity to do so while also learning practical skills to maintain control of careers and successfully move forward. Participants will hear what the industry offers in non-traditional sectors and what the market looks like from a recruiter's perspective. They will also gain insight into the way they personally approach change, and how to use their change style to their professional advantage.

Register for the course here.

Job Posting: Protocol Review Board Chair

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Job Posting: Protocol Review Board Chair (Medical)
Western Institutional Review Board

The WIRB Copernicus Group (WCG) is a dynamic organization dedicated to leading the way in the delivery of ethical review services for the research community. We have an exciting opportunity for a Protocol Review Board Chair/Vice Chair (Medical) to join our team in Puyallup Washington.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Provide the highest possible support to the organizations ethical review and research safety programs in areas and issues requiring medical training and judgment. This most commonly involves the Institutional Review Board, but may involve areas such as biosafety, data safety, and others.

BOARD MEETINGS
* Chair Board meetings to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and IRB policies and procedures and facilitate discussion from Board Members. Provide scientific, ethical and regulatory support and advice to Board members
* Assist in resolution of disagreements between Board members.
* Analyze and present protocols and other agenda items at Board meetings to facilitate informed decision making, and to set standards and role model effective presentation and discussion for all Board members.
* Analyze research submissions, identify problems and issues, collect additional information or request corrections, and draft memoranda.
* Research, draft, and present reports to the Board on a wide range of topics.
* Convey the Boards concerns with the research submission by composing written correspondence to investigators and sponsors.
* Identify and assist in the resolution of problematic review items, through interaction with investigators and other IRB clients,
* Perform or assist in performance of expedited review, making appropriate decisions on behalf of the Board, and review of unanticipated problems, research subject complaints involving medical issues, etc.

CLIENT SUPPORT
* Advise clients of applicable scientific information and regulations pertaining to human subject research, both orally and in writing.
* Analyze requests for exemption determinations and provide formal written opinions
* Provide guidance to clients to help resolve scientific, ethical and regulatory issues and difficulties

MOC Part IV

Sunday, July 6, 2014

MOC stands for Maintenance of Certification and Part IV refers to the Practice Performance Assessment component of MOC. Here are the 4 parts of MOC defined by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
  • Part I Licensure and Professional Standing: Hold a valid, unrestricted medical license
  • Part II Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment: Educational and self-assessment programs determined by your Member Board
  • Part III Cognitive Expertise: Demonstrate your specialty-specific skills and knowledge
  • Part IV Practice Performance Assessment: Demonstrate your use of best evidence and practices compared to peers and national benchmarks
Depending on your medical specialty, you may have noticed recent changes to Part IV. In fact, these changes have generated significant confusion (and controversy) among physicians who are not accustomed to the routine practice of individual performance assessment and quality improvement.

The American College of Cardiology Foundation has put together a nice MOC Part IV Activity Decision Tree. You'll notice that if you're not currently engaged in direct patient care, you may contact ABIM to see if you are entitled to a waiver for Part IV.

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