Health Economics & Outcomes Research Jobs

What is HEOR?

The purpose of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) - sometimes known as pharmacoeconomics - is to demonstrate the value of a medicine, and gain patient access by presenting data and research to key industry stakeholders that proves the effectiveness of the drug. Market access is another distinct area that ensures drugs are marketed at a reasonable price so that patients can access the drugs they need.

What do HEOR and market access jobs involve?

Broadly speaking, health economics jobs involve the study of economic and quality-of-life data collected from clinical trials, to profile the value of a drug and to show that it works effectively to treat a disease. This data is presented to doctors, patients, key opinion leaders and regulators to show the value of the drug and to help obtain access for patients. HEOR jobs often work closely with market access and pricing & reimbursement departments. This is because they use health economics and health outcomes data to gain entry to the market and secure optimal pricing and reimbursement for a drug. Another specialist field within HEOR is epidemiology, which is the study of how diseases occur in various age groups, nationalities and ethnicities.

Although there are several routes into the field, candidates looking to pursue a career in HEOR usually have a Master’s Degree in Health Economics or a related field, such as Public Health. 

How ProClinical can help:

Given that HEOR and market access is a field of growing importance, candidates with the right skillset are in high demand. ProClinical specialises in filling vacancies within health economics and market access such as epidemiologist jobs and market access associate positions, through to health economist roles. We aim to assist as much as possible in giving candidates the best opportunity to make a difference within the industry. Upload your CV to get started! To be notified of HEOR jobs that are tailored to your specific requirements, sign up for our job alerts!

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STOCKHOLM - Sweden

Our client, a leading biopharmaceutical company that specialises in oncology, is seeking a Market Ac...

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MAIDENHEAD - United Kingdom

Our client, a market access pharmaceutical company, is looking for a Senior Consultant of Market Acc...

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ANTWERP - Belgium

Here is a chance to join one of the most globally known pharmaceutical organisations, who is looking...

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SURREY - United Kingdom

Here is an exciting pharmaceutical job one of the industry's most prestigious organisations. There i...

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MAASTRICHT - Netherlands

ProClinical is seeking a SHE Coordinator for a contract manufacturing organisation to be based in th...

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CAMBRIDGE - United States

At ProClincial, we are seeking an individual to fill the role of Associate Director/Director of Glob...

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Newark - United States

At ProClinical, we are currently seeking an individual to fill the newly-opened position of Real Wor...

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MADRID - Spain

ProClinical is seeking a Head of Market Access to be based in Madrid on a permanent basis. This Mark...

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CAMBRIDGE - United Kingdom

ProClinical is seeking a Senior Consultant who will organise and effectively lead project teams of c...

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London - United Kingdom

ProClinical is seeking a HEOR consultant to be based in London on a permanent basis. The Senior Cons...

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