- Biomedical informatics
- Faculty development
- Administrative medicine (health management)
- Medicolegal (legal medicine)
- Research medicine
- Applied epidemiology
- Pharmacology research
- International health
- Wilderness medicine
- and more...
VP, Research - Healthcare Research
Harris Interactive is a global leader in custom market research. With a long and rich history in multimodal research, powered by our science and technology, we assist clients in achieving business results. Harris Interactive serves clients globally through our North American, European and Asian offices and a network of independent market research firms. For more information, please visit http://www.harrisinteractive.com/.
Develops and manages existing research capabilities, establishes a significant market presence in the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry for the organization.
* Develops and executes comprehensive plans and programs, short and long term, to support significant sales and revenue objectives of organization.
* Develops and recommends product positioning, marketing, and pricing strategy to produce the highest possible long-term market share and profitability.
* Oversees and evaluates market research and adjusts marketing strategy to meet changing market and competitive conditions.
* Establishes and maintains relationships with industry influencers and key community and strategic partners.
* Recruits and manages research staff.
* Establishes and maintains an overall strategic marketing plan designed to build awareness of research capabilities.
* Present research findings at industry conferences and events on a regular basis.
* Provide direction on new research product development.
* Lead the effort to build normative databases.
Medical Affairs Director, 6315-0904554
DescriptionInnovex is the world's leading commercial solutions organization (CSO), providing our pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device customers with innovative commercialization options, including high quality sales and medical support teams, and the flexibility that is required in today's unpredictable marketplace.
We are excited to announce that at this time we are looking for a Medical Affairs Director to join our team of over 25,000 professionals around the world, supporting several pharmaceutical and biotech clients. In this role, the successful candidate will be providing US medical support to Biovitrum, a global specialty biopharmaceutical company, as they expand to the US market. Biovitrum recently acquired global rights to three products and is now developing strategic and operational plans that will maximize the value of these newly acquired assets. The right candidate will have the potential to join Biovitrum as a member of the senior leadership team at the end of contract.
Medical Affairs DirectorThe Medical Affairs Director will provide all medical functions including interacting with key opinion leaders (KOLs), key customers and Medical Directors of major payer organizations, regulatory and healthcare coverage organizations, and collaborating on the development of company strategy in all medical and clinical research efforts for scientific publications, product investigations (e.g., Investigator Initiated Studies) and regulatory submissions. The Director will serve as a medical/scientific brand expert while facilitating the development of, execution of, or driving support for scientific/educational strategies and tactics such as clinical and disease area publications, advisory boards, slide libraries, advocacy development, review of product advertising and promotional materials, and professional/continuing education programs. The position will also provide support and training to field based personnel such as Medical Science Liaisons and will work closely with Medical Affairs, Clinical and Global Brand Management colleagues in Sweden. This position reports directly to the Commercial Director, North America with informal reporting to the Scientific Communication Director based in Sweden.
Founded in 2000, Intellectual Ventures is built on the belief that combining capitalism and invention will benefit the world with more and better inventions as well as create financial rewards for investors.So, where does WIBGI fit in? In this article, there's a story where an invention session involved heart, chest, bone, and brain surgeons. These surgeons were asked to draft a WIBGI wish list and they came up with some innovative product ideas including new designs for surgical toos that are self-sterilizing... tools that can snake their way around delicate areas of the brain rather than passing through them... novel ways to make implantable devices that can intelligently dispense medicines... smart shunts that signal when they are clogged or that can clean themselves... and much more. That's innovation!
|Medical Scientific Director, Endocrinology|
|Within Medical & Scientific Affairs (MSA), a Medical Scientific Director, Endocrinology (MSD-ENDO) functions as highly trained medical expert for Novo Nordisk Incorporated (NNI) and key external customers to further scientific exchange on the Area level. S/he provides field-based clinical and scientific support to Medical, Sales, Marketing as well as Market Shaping teams consistent with Novo Nordisk strategies and therapeutic interests by using academic credentials, clinical expertise and scientific knowledge to communicate with the top Endocrinologists and relevant professional organizations on the Area level. The MSD-ENDO assists in coaching and developing other members of the MSA team as directed by MSA management and contributes the establishing the scientific/clinical leadership of MSA in the field. |
Applicants without industry experience will be considered based on experience working with the pharmaceutical industry on study development, advisor, and presentation at company related eventsThe basic job qualifications for this job are listed like this:
For the 49% of jobs that were filled with external recruits, referrals accounted for the most hires -- 27%... On average, these yielded one hire for every 15 referrals received. Meanwhile, company Web sites and job boards accounted for 22% and 13% of external hires, respectively.So, how do you get referred? You have to know people. They've got to be thinking about you and mentioning your name as opportunities arise.
1 Northwestern University (Kellogg) Evanston, ILNotice that Kellogg, Wharton, Booth, and Columbia are on both lists when you look at the top 5 programs?
2 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) Philadelphia, PA
3 University of Chicago (Booth) Chicago, IL
4 Duke University (Fuqua) Durham, NC
5 Columbia University New York, NY
The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) is a five year cooperative agreement implemented and managed by the Public Health Institute (PHI) in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health, Management Systems International, and Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. GHFP is supported by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).There are currently two fellowship openings:
GHFP’s goal is to improve the effectiveness of USAID Population, Health and Nutrition programs by developing and increasing capacity of health professionals in Washington, DC and overseas. This is accomplished through the recruitment, placement and support of junior, mid- and senior-level health professionals; a diversity initiative focused on providing internship and mentoring opportunities in international public health to under-represented communities; and professional and organizational development activities to bolster USAID’s ability to maximize results and strengthen its leadership role in global health.
|GHFP-10-162||Private Sector Technical Advisor||Washington, DC|
|GHFP-10-160||Demographic and Health Surveys and Evaluation Technical Advisor||Washington, DC|
Blogging is the latest job function in the marketing tool kit for some pharma companies.The world of social media is rapidly evolving and we're seeing many new job positions titled, "social media specialist." You don't necessarily need to have a degree in social media to understand how to leverage social media effectively. Major hospitals and other health care organizations are leveraging bloggers to write about their services and programs. Pharmaceutical companies are also cautiously using social media to communicate their messages. Many of these companies now have Twitter accounts, blogs, and YouTube channels.
Accenture's Health & Public Service operating group seeking Physicians with backgrounds in Informatics. The Physician Informaticist provides the essential interface between information technology and clinical care processes. The Physician Informaticist must help lead Accenture's Provider Clinical Solutions Practice and our client teams in the following areas:To view this job post on LinkedIn, join "The Medical Informatics Physician" group on LinkedIn and visit the "Jobs" tab.
Work with Accenture team and clients to:
- The role of Healthcare IT (HIT) in improving quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare delivery.
- Design and implementation of clinical HIT systems.
- The use of HIT systems as part of an overall health information exchange.
- Additionally, the Physician Informaticist must play the following roles on client projects:
- Act as the translator between physicians, clinicians and IS across the continuum of care.
- Promote HIT system usability, process improvement, change management and ensure that clinicians are engaged in the entire consulting process.
- Provide clinical consulting direction as to the design and implementation of the clinical systems.
- Create the clinician change champion strategy for the clinical community in partnership with medical staff leaders to ensure value realization with technology investments.
- Educate, involve, and support physicians and other users of clinical information systems.
- Demonstrate Accenture core values of Stewardship, Best People, Client Value Creation, One Global Network, Respect for the Individual, and Integrity.
- Understand and import best practices in clinical informatics from other organizations.
- develop and recommend a clinical informatics strategy and specific tactics that support the clients' vision.
- lead development of information technology roadmap's and tactics that support the clients' vision.
- ensure that clinicians are effectively involved in all IT related decisions which impact clinical processes.
- create and manage a physician technology adoption program to ensure high adoption rates of clinical applications.
- collaborate with medical staff leaders to bring standard, evidence based order sets in support of CPOE.
- lead efforts to constrain medical vocabulary and align with national standards for the regional clinical applications
Ability to travel 100%
M.D. degree. A degree in Informatics is preferred but not required.
5 years clinical experience
5 years leadership or consulting experience
5 years experience with one or more of the following advanced clinical system applications: Computerized Physician Order Entry, Physician documentation, clinical decision support.
Preferred Skill Requirements:
Proven ability to build, manage and foster a team-oriented environment
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Desire to work in an information systems environment
Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
Excellent leadership and management skills
All of our consulting professionals receive comprehensive training covering business acumen, technical and professional skills development. You'll also have opportunities to hone your functional skills and expertise in an area of specialization. We offer a variety of formal and informal training programs at every level to help you acquire and build specialized skills faster. Learning takes place both on the job and through formal training conducted online, in the classroom, or in collaboration with teammates. The sheer variety of work we do, and the experience it offers, provide an unbeatable platform from which to build a career.
Register for the free preview call and THEN decide if you want to take the full class! If you do, you'll receive special value added services and products, a recording of each module, and a handout for each module as well!
Getting to the finish line in your job search isn’t easy. There are myriads of hurdles along the way.
* If you’re sending out resumes and getting very little response it might be the ads you’re answering.
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Now, in a 5-module teleseminar of one-hour sessions created based on the questions and issues our clients are currently facing, you’ll receive that in-depth information. You’ll have access to the knowledge 5 career experts will be providing you.These are very important topics for anyone who is currently involved in a job search. To learn more, visit:
Thursday, February 18: Judi Perkins - 4 ways to jumpstart your job search
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Graduates with a Master's degree in medical informatics will learn valuable information that would be helpful when seeking careers in the following areas:To learn more about the program at Northwestern University, visit:
• Clinical IT Leadership
• Health Care Administration and Management
• Product design and development
Whether your background is in computing, information technology, health care, or the life sciences, this program will build on your expertise and prepare you for the new challenges of the medical informatics field.
The curriculum is designed for a diverse audience of students, including health care professionals such as doctors, clinicians, administrators, educators, and researchers, as well as information technology professionals and other qualified individuals who wish to transition into this growing field.
The online program format is tailored to meet the needs of working professionals. Our flexible scheduling and admissions deadlines help you earn your degree without putting your life on hold.
The National Faculty Education Initiative (NFEI) provides online training on the differences between Certified CME and Promotional Activities, as well as a searchable database of medical education faculty who have completed the program.Click here for more information about the National Faculty Education Initiative (NFEI).
The Alliance for CME and Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME), in collaboration with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), and endorsed by AHME, are delighted to announce the launch of the National Faculty Education Initiative (NFEI) that provides online training on the differences between Certified CME and Promotional Activities, as well as a searchable database of medical education faculty who have completed the program.
Executive Education at the Kellogg School is the most direct way to make an immediate impact on the practice of management. Our unique approach to executive education focuses on creating a collaborative learning environment. This experience inspires program participants to put new ideas into action to meet today’s toughest business challenges.They offer an executive MBA, but they also have some open enrollment programs that focus on management, leadership, strategy, and more. Several of my good friends are graduates of Kellogg and we've explored several health consulting opportunities together. To learn more about some of these executive education opportunities, click here to visit the Kellogg Executive Education website.
A medical science liaison (abbreviated as MSL) is a healthcare consulting professional who is employed by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and managed care companies. Other job titles for medical science liaisons may include medical liaisons, medical science managers, regional medical scientists, and regional medical directors.Do you know any physicians who are currently working as an MSL? Maybe you know some pharmacists or PhD grads who are working as MSLs. You can expect to do a lot of traveling if you work as an MSL.
Hiring Company Industry: Biotech/PharmaJOB DESCRIPTION
Number of Employees: 1,000 - 10,000 Employees
Total Compensation: $150K
- Base Salary: $130K
- Bonus / Commission: 20%
- Other: $15K
Reports to: Medical Science Liaison Director
Location: Orlando, FL; Boston, MA; Miami, FL; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Tampa, FL; Washington, DC
Attend this webinar to hear an overview of the recently released Final FDA Guidance document on Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) with a specific focus on electronic PRO data collection.Issues to be Reviewed Include:
This webinar provides practical and logistical direction to Sponsors related to PRO data collection.
Karin Coyne, PhD, MPH,Sponsored by United BioSource Corporation and Arrowhead Electronic Healthcare
Senior Research Leader,
United BioSource Corporation Center for Health Outcomes Research
Sonya L. Eremenco, MA,
ePRO Program Manager,
United BioSource Corporation Center for Health Outcomes Research
Vice President, Quality Assurance
Arrowhead Electronic Healthcare