We are working with a prestigious Fortune 500 medical device
corporation with a portfolio of life changing cutting edge
technologies that is looking for a Healthcare Economics
Analyst. This position is responsible for supporting the field
team in growing the awareness and adoption of heart failure
therapies through the analysis of market data, claims data,
and sensitivity analysis. They will be responsible for
developing the economic value proposition of their healthcare
solutions, obtaining and analyzing claims data associated with
patients managed using their solutions and ascertaining the
clinical and economic outcomes.
Core Job Responsibilities
• Lead the development of electronic data solutions to
identify high risk patient populations and target provider
initiatives to high-risk patient census areas
• Access target account claims and EMR data with
extraction capabilities to provide actionable population-level
insights to enable better management of HF patient population.
Develop and manage proprietary algorithms used to pull
information from CMS and EMR databases
• Use outputs from algorithms to assemble actionable
insights on a single-pane dashboard for clear communication to
• Manage, maintain and improve heart failure market heat
mapping models to enable more specific targeting and education
of providers managing large populations of heart failure
• Provide information on economic buyer and commercial
payer issues related to reimbursement, coverage, and
contracting for product and solutions portfolios.
• Develop and implement health economics strategies to
support cross-functional teams in the delivery of health
economic and value messaging related to specific programs.
• Present to and educate a diverse audience, including
C-suite executives, physicians, and service line
administrators regarding health economic, targeted patient
populations, and efficiency improvement opportunities.
• Develop health care economic and value messaging
education programs for internal (sales and sales management)
and external (hospitals, physicians, payers, etc.)
• Maintain expertise on the potential impact of key
health policy and macroeconomic changes; including, but not
limited to, value-based purchasing, population health, and
outcomes related initiatives.