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Clinical/Managed Care Writer
Ref No.: 18-19377
Location: Lawrence Township, New Jersey
Cardiovascular Medical Content Writer
Lawrence Township, NJ
6+ Month Contract

• Analyzes and interprets scientific data to update or develop comprehensive, balanced, credible and accurate documents that comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidance's and company policies and procedures, and are used to appropriately respond to unsolicited inquiries from payers and Health Care Providers.
• Develops and updates (from WW content) local market medical content per clinical development program, publications, data presentations, congress activity, MI inquiry trends, global communication platform, product safety reports and treatment landscape.
• Leads (through close partnership with WW Pubs/Content leads, Contact Center leads, and local Market Medical team) in the development of medical content.
• Determines extent of global content available for use in the market, and ensures local customization or de novo content generation needs are met with quality and speed.
• Collaborates closely with the Medical Capabilities Customer Engagement & Contact Center, to inform on new content deliverables and consult on training/messaging for new scientific data.
• Develops and writes content for their specific projects as well as reviewing scientific content created by outside agencies. Responsibilities include, but is not limited to, developing, writing/editing and managing the production of AMCP Dossiers, and scientific PowerPoint slide presentations for payers and/or healthcare providers as the primary audience; developing and/or editing responses to address specific unsolicited payer and healthcare provider requests for health outcome/clinical information.
• Manages and prioritizes multiple projects, provides solutions to complex problems, and delivers complete and accurate information within deadlines
• Maintains awareness of current industry practices that pertain to Medical Information
• Complies with the reporting of adverse effects and product complaints to company Worldwide Safety and Surveillance.

• Doctorate or MS/BS in pharmacy, health economics, public policy or other related scientific discipline
• Minimum of 1-2 years relevant industry work experience; recognized expert in medical communications/medical information
• Strong project and vendor management skills
• Experience and skill in writing clear, concise, high quality, evidence-based scientific medical communication materials.
• Experience responding to unsolicited inquiries from health care professionals and payers by collecting, analyzing, interpreting and providing specific clinical/scientific/HEOR data that is requestor-focused.
• Strong scientific/medical written and verbal communication skills required.
• Ability to conduct literature searches in databases such as EMBASE and Pubmed/Medline
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft WORD and PowerPoint

• Understanding of the access/payer landscape and Health Economic and Outcomes Research (HEOR)
• Cardiovascular experience
• Medical Information experience
• Experience developing/creating reactive decks, AMCP dossiers and standard response documents