Health iQ provides tailored real-world evidence generation to support pharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as wider healthcare service providers and regulatory authorities. Our work ranges from epidemiological analysis to understand disease burden to monitoring post-market launch intervention effectiveness to evaluation of patient journeys and treatment patterns. As a Health Economist you will primarily be based in the Research Team and will offer expertise and support to the Product Team. In the Research Team you will be integral to the successful planning and execution of analyses of healthcare resource use data, supporting the delivery of high-quality robust research tailored to meet individual client needs. In the Product Team, you will work with simulation modelers to design discrete event simulations. You will be responsible for ensuring the model meets the client’s requirements and you will have the opportunity to contribute to the growth of our simulation and modelling business. This position requires a knowledgeable and detail-orientated individual who enjoys collaborative working in a fast-paced environment. Our diverse client portfolio covers a range of disease and intervention topics and, along with our growing access to varying real-world data sources and a growing model-based business offers a rewarding work remit.Your responsibilities will include:Simulation product – Work with modelers to develop discrete event simulation models that simulate patient journeys, modelling provider capacity and costs of a proposed or existing pathwayResponsible for ensuring simulation models meet client requirementsWork with wider team of clinicians, epidemiologists and statisticians to develop simulation and modelling business including cost effectiveness analysis (CEA) and Bayesian modellingResearch business – Contribute to the design and implementation of study methodologies including the identification of suitable economic data and analysis methodologies to address client research questions using routinely collected healthcare datasets including electronic medical records and reimbursement datasets (e.g., HES, CPRD, NCRAS and specialty EMR datasets).Contribute to research study protocols, draft health economic analysis plans including identifying appropriate methods for addressing missing economic data.Contribute to monitoring study scope and refine project specifications to ensure adherence to client need particularly ensuring sufficiently detailed health care resource use data reporting for client cost effectiveness models which may involve liaising with third parties.Contribute to the coding and execution of study methodology programming using widely utilized software packages (i.e., R, Stata, SAS)Lead the validation of healthcare resource use data including coding, scripts and outputsContribute to preparing and presenting key economic research insights and findings using written reports and visual representatives to colleagues and clientsContribute to improvements in operational efficiencies, including written documentation, such as standard operating procedures.Ensure research quality and compliance with regulatory obligations. Your key strengths include: Strong verbal and written communication skillsStrong analytical skillsProven ability to analyze complex data and draw relevant conclusionsCommitment to collaborative working with multidisciplinary teamsExcellent time management skills with the ability to contribute to multiple projects with competing timelines simultaneously.Proven ability to engage with stakeholders including clients, clinicians and third-party providers.Additional Experience and Qualifications:EssentialPostgraduate degree (MSc or PhD) in health economics or medical statistics and econometrics or a related disciplineExperience in analyzing data to draw relevant conclusionsExperience of designing and executing economic analysesKnowledge and experience of building economic models, including cost effectiveness modelsKnowledge of Bayesian methods and probabilistic modellingExperience of writing economic analysis plans and research reportsKnowledge of electronic health record datasets, particularly in the UK (e.g. HES, CPRD)Experience of using R (or a related software) for data management and analysisExperience of presenting research methodologies and results to a range of audiences (including scientific, clinical, peer and lay).DesirableExperience of large real-world data analysesExperience of econometric analysis design and execution e.g. regression discontinuity and difference in differences analysesExperience of working in consultancy, contract research organization or healthcare service industryEvidence of peer reviewed journal publications and/or presentations at scientific conferences.About CorEvitas CorEvitas is the built-for-purpose gold-standard provider of real-world evidence. CorEvitas provides a holistic approach to capturing real-world data through patient-centered solutions including clinical registries, patient insight studies, biospecimen solutions and specialty electronic health record (EHR) data. Providing curated data while leveraging a cloud-based secure technology platform enables the company to aggregate and process longitudinal data at scale and handle a broad spectrum of clinical and patient-reported outcomes. Leveraging these data and analytic services, CorEvitas helps biopharmaceutical companies demonstrate the value of their products to clinicians, patients, payers, and regulators. We operate eight major autoimmune and inflammatory registries across the US, Canada, and Japan, collecting data from nearly 500 clinical sites. In addition to our registry operations, we consist of additional specialty teams: HealthiVibe, the patient experience unit, complements and strengthens our disease registries by providing market-leading expertise in supporting innovative, evidence-based patient engagement initiatives across the entire product lifecycle. Our HealthUnlocked technology platform hosts over 1.4 million patients in hundreds of condition-specific communities and significantly enhances the depth and breadth of patient experiential data. Through our Specialty EMR Data division, CorEvitas has access to a broad range of UK-based and international data sets enabling us to understand market access issues, including clinical utilization, capacity planning, and cost optimization. CorEvitas is an Audax Private Equity portfolio company. CorEvitas is proud to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected classification. Minorities, women, LGBTQ candidates, Veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.