Danaher Corporation Manager, Market Access, Health Economics & Policy/Federal Medical Diagnostics - REMOTE in Washington DC, District Of Columbia
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This position is part of the Market Access, Health Economics & Policy Department and will be a remote opportunity with the successful candidate living in the Central or Eastern part of the U.S.
You will be a part of the Market Access, Health Economics & Policy team and report to the Director, Market Access, Health Policy & Strategy. If you thrive in a dynamic role and want to work to build a world-class market access organization—read on.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
Conduct and deliver US market access, health policy and reimbursement assessments for Danaher Diagnostics and Life Science Operating Company (OpCo) products and technologies
Identify and monitor federal health programs, policies and reimbursement trends affecting OpCo technologies customers
Analyze and quantify the potential business impacts of various CMS programs and policies, including proposed and final regulations, and communicating these to internal leaders and stakeholders
Lead and support internal and external stakeholder (e.g., coalition, trade association) efforts to improve CMS programs and policies to ensure favorable access and reimbursement to OpCo products and technologies
Prepare comment letters, policy briefs, publications, and other persuasive communications and resources to support policy objectives
Develop health policy & reimbursement associate training resources and educational materials regarding federal health policy & reimbursement trends, programs and policies
The essential requirements of the job include:
Bachelor Degree with 9+ years’ experience OR Master Degree with 7+ years’ experience OR Doctoral Degree with 4+ years’ experience in Healthcare, Healthcare Administration, Life Science, Health Economics or other relevant field.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of products: PowerPoint (animation, graphics, infographics, explainers); Excel (advanced data analytics, visuals such as charts, dashboards and other visuals; database creation and management); Teams (Whiteboard; Forms, Surveys, OneNote, e.g.)
Minimum of 5+ years of continuous and recent medical device industry developing and leading US Medicare health policy & reimbursement strategies across CMS payment systems, fee schedules, quality programs and initiatives (e.g., IPPS, OPPS, ASC, PFS, MIPS, APMs, ACOs, etc.)
Ability to apply analytical skills, critical thinking and sound judgment to solve problems with limited information at hand
Ability to travel domestically and internationally, estimated to be 15% - 25%
It would be a plus if you also possess previous experience in:
- Professional coding certification via the American Academy of Professional Coders (e.g., CPC), American Health Information Management Association (e.g., RHIA) or other relevant accredited coding organization.
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At Beckman Coulter, we’re driven by a sense of wonder for what we can create—and what we can become. Here, you’ll accelerate your career while driving innovation that improves lives. You’ll work hard and try new things, with guidance from committed leaders, powerful DBS tools, and the support of a global organization. As part of the Danaher family of 67,000 associates across the globe, your possibilities for growth and development are unparalleled.
We believe that creativity and innovation thrive when the most diverse set of voices are heard, and that’s why we’re taking concrete steps to ensure that we’re fostering an inclusive and engaging workplace for our team. If you’d like to learn more, read stories from our associates on our Careers Blog (https://jobs.danaher.com/global/en/blog) or contact one of our recruiters.
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