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The Medical Outcomes Specialist (MOS) Lead Cardiovascular is responsible for development and execution of the MOS strategic and tactical plans supporting cardiovascular products in the PIH portfolio.

**Supporting Medical Affairs Integrated Medical Plan**

+ Maintain product and disease area competency to facilitate effective collaboration with Pfizer medical and commercial colleagues external customers

+ Share customer insights with relevant leadership to guide strategy and tactical development

+ Develop MOS strategic and tactical plans in collaboration with the MOS cardiovascular portfolio strategy team (PST), medical advisory team (MAT), MOS Payer Health Trends and Channel (HTAC) Eliquis Sub-team, headquarters medical affairs, and colleagues from Global Health & Value (Outcomes & Evidence, Real World Data and Analytics, Payer Insights and Access) for products and their respective indications (marketed and future) in the Global Innovative Pharma (GIP) business cardiovascular portfolio

+ Conduct annual SWOT, identify strategies and tactics and develop budget to address MOS high priority issues and opportunities to achieve annual objectives

+ Establish annual MOS cardiovascular medical objectives and activity & impact goals

+ Lead execution of the MOS strategic and tactical plans in collaboration with MOS Leadership team, the MOS PST and MAT teams, headquarters medical leads, and leads from Global Health & Value (Outcomes & Evidence, Real World Data and Analytics, Payer Insights and Access)

+ Incorporate customer insights into strategic and tactical planning process

+ Conduct advisory boards and qualitative research to inform strategy and tactical development including participant recruitment, discussion guide development, consultant contract development using Pfizer ENGAGE system and final report with recommendations

+ Develop medical affairs agency statement of work for tactics development and manage work, budget and provision of quarterly forecasts to finance

+ Coordinate all permissions and copyrights required for MOS resource development

+ Prepare submissions for MOS tactics to brand review committee (RC), medical review committee (MRC) or Payer Channel Access (PCA) review committee

+ Attend all RC meetings where MOS materials are being reviewed

+ Coordinate incorporation of RC comments into final tactics

+ Manage all back end processes required to produce and warehouse print based materials for MOS

+ Upload all resources, and guidelines for use to CRC site and PROMOS for access by MOSs

+ Ensure that MOS colleagues are appropriate trained on all resources

+ Monitor expiration dates on all MOS resources and update where appropriate

+ Assess use of resources with Xeljanz MOS MAT team

+ Assess performance to plan monthly with Xeljanz MOS PST and MAT teams **Working with Internal Medical**

+ Collaborate with headquarters cardiovascular medical affairs, and field based medical (MOS, FMDs) to develop strategies and tactics that support product access, advance the quality of patient care, and improve medication adherence for products in the cardiovascular portfolio

+ Support development of MOS resources for new product and new indication launches

+ Participate in HQ medical affairs publications planning to support MOS activities with payer customers

+ Paricipate in HEOR Blueprint development to assure inclusion of concepts that support data needed to address MOS medical objectives

+ Engage Eliquis Portfolio Strategy Team (PST), medical advisory team (MAT) and Eliquis Payer HTAC subteam is assessing plan execution progress and opportunities for course corrections

+ Support field based national and regional MOS in customer engagement opportunities

+ Lead dissemination and execution of Eliquis MOS strategy with field based medical

+ Participate with Global Health and Value in abstracts, posters, presentations or publications on topics supporting MOS strategic plan.

**Partnership with commercial leadership**

+ Partipate in headquarters planning and meetings with commercial marketing (HCP, payer and consumer) and sales leads to ensure alignment of goals

+ Review all from payer, health are professional and consumer market research (e.g. advisory boards, qualitative research, audit trial and usage) and incorporate insights where appropriate into medical strategy and customer initiatives

+ Contribute to customer strategic planning in collaboration with MOS, Payer Channel Access Leadership, and account management

+ Provide strategic medical insight and support to the development of National Account operating plans that are aligned with Pfizer operating imperatives

+ Meet regularly with Payer Channel Access Leadership (e.g PCA Head and leads for national and regional accounts)

**Working with External Partners**

+ Engage external opinion leaders for advisory boards and medical affairs webinars

+ Engage external opinion leaders in the development of MOS tactics

+ Engage external partners for technology platforms required to support MOS tactics

+ Manage medical affairs agency team in the development of MOS tactics

+ Participate in customer meetings and initiatives with field based MOS colleagues to advance opportunities that support improved access and improvements in quality of care and medication adherence

+ Identify key thought leaders through ongoing review of the literature and participation in key conferences and conventions that can be leveraged to develop customer centric strategies and tactics

+ Participate where needed in customer collaborations or research opportunities with MOS colleagues that require headquarters support

+ Develop strategic medical partnerships to improve patient outcomes

+ Engage key stakeholders and influencers at the organizational level and within the market, such as Quality Improvement Organizations, Advocacy Groups, Coalitions and other medical/healthcare associations.

+ Enhance customer recognition through collaborative projects, publications and healthcare awards.

**Resource Management**

+ Manage resources strategically

+ Contribute to an engaged and effective work environment

+ Ensure compliance with all policies and procedures for reporting activities, impacts and Unsolicited Medical Request (UMR) entries.

Work within Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) guidelines

Must possess these additional skills:

Business Acumen

+ Ability to demonstrate and communicate the value of Pfizer products and medical resources to customers and internal stakeholders.

+ Understand, demonstrate, and leverage knowledge of the complex business environment within the US Healthcare System and emerging healthcare trends

+ Demonstrate strong strategic thinking skills that facilitate the identification and application of insights and foster continuous improvement and relevancy in the marketplace

Clinical Acumen

+ Demonstrate/relay clinical knowledge and skills with Pfizer products and related disease states appropriate to customer level or needs

+ Able to leverage clinical/market knowledge to provide solutions to benefit customer challenges


+ Excellent computer/technology skills with Microsoft applications and other software tools.

+ Ability to learn software applications required for position (e.g. ENGAGE, ARIBA, ePTS2, CRC, PROMOS)

**Behavioral Competencies:**

Seize accountability

+ Able to work as a self-starter with a willingness to lead, take on assignments and execute to deliver results

+ Takes responsibility to execute projects and ensure they are completed in a timely and professional manner

+ Serves/acts as a champion for change and able to adapt in a changing environment

Acts Decisively

+ Ability to make decisions collaboratively and in a timely manner, sometimes in ambiguous situations

+ Ability to prioritize internal and external customers and competing priorities

+ Assesses, recognizes and addresses potential market place opportunities and threats


+ Demonstrates emotional intelligence when dealing with internal and external customers and acts in a professional manner with integrity

+ Knows personal strengths and weaknesses and works to mitigate weaknesses and capitalize on strengths

+ Finds opportunities to grow self and others

Communication/Teamwork Skills

+ Excellent communication and presentation skills

+ Ability to work collaboratively in a cross-functional environment with diverse personnel and teams.

**Required Training, Education, and capability**

+ 7-10 years of pharmaceutical industry experience

+ Clinical, formulary management, pharmacoeconomic and/or outcomes research experience

+ Advanced degree and/or equivalent pharmacy practice experience.

+ Graduate from an accredited College of Pharmacy or equivalent and US Pharmacy Licensure preferred

**Preferred Prior Experience:**

+ Experience developing or using medical outcomes specialist (MOS) resources

+ Managed Care, Pharmaceutical Industry, and/or Quality Improvement

+ Strategic and tactical planning

+ Pharmacoeconomic and/or Outcomes Research

+ Residency or Fellowship experience

Travel - Up to 30% travel for colleagues located in NYC and surrounding areas who do not require overnight stays. Up to 50% travel for colleagues located outside NYC.

**EEO & Employment Eligibility**

Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.

**Sunshine Act**

Pfizer reports payments and other transfers of value to health care providers as required by federal and state transparency laws and implementing regulations. These laws and regulations require Pfizer to provide government agencies with information such as a health care provider's name, address and the type of payments or other value received, generally for public disclosure. Subject to further legal review and statutory or regulatory clarification, which Pfizer intends to pursue, reimbursement of recruiting expenses for licensed physicians may constitute a reportable transfer of value under the federal transparency law commonly known as the Sunshine Act. Therefore, if you are a licensed physician who incurs recruiting expenses as a result of interviewing with Pfizer that we pay or reimburse, your name, address and the amount of payments made currently will be reported to the government. If you have questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact your Talent Acquisition representative.

**Other Job Details:**

+ **Last Date to Apply for Job: March 2, 2018**

+ **Additional Location Information:** New York HQ preferred. Remote locations considered, preferable, NY, NJ, CT, PA. Other states will be considered based on travel time and costs.

+ **Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus**

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.
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