Health Economics Statistician Research Associates, Job ID 600750
Responsible for design and develop health economic models (e.g. cost-effectiveness, cost-utilization, cost minimization, cost of illness etc.) for liver diseases and other chronic diseases. Provide concept training to undergraduate and graduate students on health economics and policies that rotate through the BLORP program as well as DOM internal medicine residents Teamwork - Communicates effectively and works cooperatively with others. Provides mentoring to the research team. Works collaboratively, has respect for and understanding of other clinical disciplines. Role models an integrated approach toward patient outcomes. Uses and role models clinical expertise in the assessment of staff learning needs, capabilities, and readiness
Design and develop health economic models (e.g. cost-effectiveness, cost-utilization, cost minimization, cost of illness etc.) for liver diseases and other chronic diseases Apply Markov modelling and Decision tree modelling (EXCEL, TreeAge) for economic analyses
Develop burden of illness models for liver diseases and other chronic diseases
Conduct primary and secondary research, and analyze research to inform model design and populate models
Conduct observational studies and statistical analysis related to economic analyses
Development of project deliverable, including models, reports, abstracts, manuscripts, and slide decks
Assists the staff in preparing manuscripts and presentations to major societies.
Educate undergraduate and graduate students on health economics and policies that rotate through the BLORP program as well as DOM internal medicine residents.
Anticipates behaviors that impact team function and optimizes staff strengths to achieve a positive outcome.
Implements strategies to optimize teamwork.
Effectively presents research data for one-on-one meetings, small and/or large group presentations, at least one annually.
Documents policies, procedures, standards, and methodologies as necessary for the proper maintenance of source information as assigned as evidenced in regular reviews of online and hardcopy documentation.
Participates as an active, contributing member in regular staff meetings and other assigned team/project meetings as evidenced by minutes, status reports, and project outcomes.
Takes minutes etc. as needed.
Documents all problem-solving measures that then properly allow for team members to resolve recurring problems effectively and efficiently.
Master's degree in Health Economics with background in liver research
Must have experience in Medicine with basic understanding of liver diseases such as N/AFLD.
Experience in presenting research at scientific conferences, Research Health economists with experience performing decision analysis and Markov Models for assessment of the Economic Burden of illness analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis and cost-utility analysis.