Medical Director, Eliquis
About the Job
Description: Medical Director-Eliquis
The BMS Medical organization strives to be recognized throughout the world as the most accomplished and respected BioPharma Medical organization. In BMS Medical, you will have the ability to impact the lives of patients by developing and ensuring the safe and appropriate use of our medicines. Medical increasingly plays a valuable and unique role in unlocking the full potential of our scientific and medical innovation. HQ Medical bridges clinical development with clinical practice and gains broader knowledge of the healthcare industry. This position plays a critical role developing the Medical Plan and with knowledge transfer to the Medical organization in the regions/markets.
This position includes the following responsibilities\:
- Connect to the external environment to identify and translate medical insights. Connect with academic and community Thought Leaders as well as other Health Care Practitioners to bring patient centric insights
- Role model and lead knowledge transfer to and from HQ to Markets. Partner with Commercial colleagues and the Pfizer Alliance to integrate Medical perspective into the commercialization process.
- Partner in the development of health outcomes and access strategy. Partner with Research and Development to input into strategy of development plans.
- Provide medical review of brand content to align with overall strategy.
- Plan and execute scientific content development for congresses and advisory boards
- Create a scientific and medical communication strategy, in partnership with Medical Publications and Development
Requirements\: Advanced scientific degree (MD, PhD, PharmD). 4-6 years of clinical or industry. Experience in cardiovascular diseases preferred.
- Relevant industry experience in Medical Affairs including customer-facing roles with thought leaders and key customers will be required
- Highly organized and motivated individual possessing excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.